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Burn

1. In printing, the time at which an image is put on a plate.

2. In film, a ghost of an image that remains after the image has disappeared.
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One, a 13-year-old boy, suffered first-degree burns to his legs in the incident behind Kells Way, on Sunday.
He suffered first-degree burns to his legs when it is believed he fell into the fire, behind Kellsway, on Sunday.
I ended up with first-degree burns on the pad of my trigger finger which forced me to shoot even faster towards the end of the test," explained Jarrett.
The disaster, which resulted in his grandmother receiving third-degree burns and first-degree burns among the rest of the family, motivated Marquez to get involved with the grassroots organization Communities for a Better Environment.
He added: "They were mostly first-degree burns on his buttocks, back, around his knees and mouth.
But edema with first-degree burns is rarely noted in the literature.
Two firefighters suffered first-degree burns in the fire that destroyed the classroom in the 5400 block of Katherine Road.
First-degree burns occur when the first layer of skin has been burned.
First-degree burns are when the first layer of skin, the epidermis, has been burned, but not burned through.
Skin lubricants, such as Eucerin or aloe vera cream or lotion, can be applied to first-degree burns (unbroken red skin, no blisters).
Emergency-room personnel reported treating 155 patients for skin burns, including approximately 68 percent with first-degree burns, 25 percent with second-degree burns and 11 percent with unspecified types of burns.
While Cruz and the other house occupants were able to escape, Reyes suffered second-degree burns in her face and first-degree burns in her right hand.