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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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Public prosecutors said they ordered the arrest of the man after police confirmed he threw hot water at his siblings, causing first-degree burns and scarring to their faces.
HORRIFIC: AC Milan goalkeeper suffered first-degree burns after being struck by a flare thrown by out-of-control fans during the Champions League game; BOMBARDED: AC's Costa waits patiently as flares land after being thrown by Inter fans at the San Siro stadium
The general rule of severity defines greater than 30 percent first-degree burns, greater than 20 percent second-degree burns and greater than 10 percent third-degree burn is considered severe and victims should seek the attention of a medical professional.
It followed the Western Mail's reports of 14-year-old Kirsty McRae and 10-year-old Kelly Thompson, both of whom were treated in hospital for first-degree burns after they used coin-operated sunbeds.
First-degree burns - affect only the outer layer of the skin (epidermis), causing pain and redness.
The injured man suffered first-degree burns on his chest and was taken to UMass Memorial - HealthAlliance Leominster Campus, Deputy Chief Jackart said.
I got second-degree burns on my stomach and legs and first-degree burns on my face.
Three of the troops were seriously injured, at least one with first-degree burns, as angry crowds in Basra hurled petrol bombs and grenades.
The driver suffered first-degree burns attempting to extinguish the blaze, authorities said.
Cardiff North MP Julie Morgan's Private Member's Bill, prompted by cases of Welsh children suffering first-degree burns from using coin-operated sunbeds, passed its second reading in the Lords unopposed this week.
To illustrate his point, Dr Naroo told Gulf News about a Gulf Arab patient who came in a few days ago with first-degree burns on his scalp.
An official at Al-Noor hospital confirmed that police brought in a man who had suffered first-degree burns on Sunday.