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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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Burns has plenty of help, but he's spent much of his time overseeing and designing the Web site, hickorygolfclassics.
This inflammatory phase occurred much earlier in the treated burns than in the control burns.
At the same time, CPSC is working cooperatively with the National Association of State Fire Marshals (NASFM) to attempt to retrieve and preserve the clothing involved in such burn injuries.
Also, most mine fires burn the coal or carbon-rich rocks in the roof of the mine's tunnels, which are the last areas to be inundated with rising water.
What Burns calls "all of these little ellipses of cups" litter a kitchen table in issue No.
A hotel is like a painting," says Burns, standing on the villa's terrace beside a towering 300-year-old magnolia tree and gazing at Mount Baldo looming over the lake from the far shore.
Forest Service a great chance to reestablish species diversity that had already been lost in a good portion of the burn areas.
Since inception in 1997, BioMarin has applied its proprietary enzyme technology to develop products for lysosomal storage diseases and for the treatment of serious burns.
And if you look at my first short, Happy Valley, it's a complete rip-off," says Burns.
When fire finally comes, it explodes and burns hotter, reaching to the tops of trees and killing roots below.