Definitions for "Ring of Fire"
The "ring of fire" refers to the regions of the Earth's surface where the most volcanic and earthquake activity occurs. This zone marks both divergent plate boundaries (where the tectonic plates are moving apart), convergent plate boundaries (where the plates are coming together and one plate being subducted under the other) and transform fault boundaries (where two plates are sliding past each other). These regions encircle the globe forming a "ring".
the area around the Pacific Basin where a lot of seismic activity occurs, including the Western coast of North and South America and East Asian islands like Japan
the area around the Pacific Ocean consiting of many volcanoes; a high risk area for earthquakes.- S T U V W X Y Z
Ring of Fire is a weekly radio program on the Air America Radio network. It is hosted by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and Mike Papantonio, two trial-seasoned attorneys.
Ring of Fire is the third published book of editor-author-historian Eric Flint's popular 1632 series, an alternate history series. It is set in war torn Europe during the middle of the Thirty Years' War, at a time when religion was a pretext for war and authoritarianism held a hard hand around the throat of the populace. It is a unique model-shattering collection of short stories by a variety of established science fiction authors, all set in the universe initially created by Flint's science fiction novel 1632.
Ring of Fire is episode number 149 of the 1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon series. The episode is a part of the Vacation in Europe series from 1992-1993. The Vacation in Europe series take place during season 4, so the Technodrome is still in Dimension X.
a variant of indirect-heat grilling, with the heat completely surrounding the chicken as it cooks