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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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In total four casualties were taken to hospital for some light flash burns.
Men wearing undershirts suffered no flash burns on the chest or abdomen, and men in long pants and shirts suffering from flash burns only on their hands and faces.
Flash burns, which are caused by heat, can be particularly injurious if the victim is wearing dark clothing that will absorb the heat or even burst into flame, he said.
One man suffered flash burns to his face and arm and was taken to Calderdale Royal Hospital, but allowed home after treatment.
Only color film could capture the grotesque effects of flash burns, keloid scars, and radiation disease on the human body.
AMBULANCE bosses are warning of the dangers of fires after a Birmingham man suffered serious flash burns from a garden fire.
The 29-year-old suffered flash burns to her upper body, face and hands and was rushed to hospital, but her daughter, Kiara, 10, who was in the next room, was unhurt by the huge explosion.
He is out of danger, but we have been told he has 40% flash burns.
When asked about the injuries the defendant suffered, he replied: "There were minor injuries to the back of Simon Sheen's hands, but no evidence of flash burns.
Hamish Laing, Swansea NHS Trust's deputy medical director, said yesterday the girls had suffered flash burns.
Dazed Mr Walker managed to scramble clear with minor injuries, but his wife suffered flash burns that needed skin grafts and she is still receiving specialist treatment at Newcastle RVI.
It's understood the injured man suffered flash burns.