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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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She said: "There's a very strong smell of burning rubber and we can see the flames and the smoke from the park.
With driver David Coulthard behind the wheel, onlookers were treated to a spectacular show of burning rubber and tyre smoke and a stunning backdrop of the Arabian Gulf overlooking scenic views of Dubai's skyline.
Jerusalem: The Ferrari and Marussia Formula 1 teams were burning rubber in the first Jerusalem F1 Peace Roadshow on Thursday, roaring around the Holy City at speeds of up to 240 kilometres (150 miles) per hour.
What is more exciting is that even spectators experience the adrenaline as they feel as if they are drifted along with the vehicle that's burning rubber, going around and around," said Roman Gavrilin, project manager, Expo Centre Sharjah.
A video of him tearing across fields and burning rubber on rural roads has become a hit, with more than 2 million views.
If you like the smell of diesel and burning rubber the Extreme Stunt Show at Belfast's Titanic Quarter is the place to be.
I hear the screeching of brakes and smell the burning rubber as more politicians do a 180 degree U-turn on economic policy.
The Burn Out is a motoring contest that tests a peeler's (the driver's) skill at burning rubber while commandeering a vehicle, often equipped with new tires.
99 THOUGH the Cars 2 movie is as much an espionage adventure as it is one about racing, Cars 2 keeps firmly to what talking race cars would do best; burning rubber.
So if your washing machine is running and you smell burning rubber, first shut off the washer and unplug it.
Asif Kapadia's film opens in the late 1970s with 18-year-old Senna burning rubber in a go kart and follows him as he quickly moves up divisions, making his debut in a Formula 1 car in 1984.
Asif Kapadia's film opens in the late 1970s with 18-year-old Senna burning rubber in a go-kart and follows him as he quickly moves up divisions, making his debut in a Formula 1 car in 1984.