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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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Serious injuries mean the person involved was so badly hurt they had to receive in-patient hospital care, and can include bone fractures, friction burns, internal injuries and concussion.
Magistrates were told that the girl suffered friction burns, sore cheeks, cut lips and scaring to her nose as a result of the assault.
The thief abandoned the scene while the 31-year-old was taken to hospital where he was treated for bruises to the head, friction burns, and abrasions.
The impact also knocked out a tooth and left him with friction burns all down his face.
The Welsh international spoke out to express his concerns after Merthyr players suffered friction burns during the WRU National Cup semi-final meeting with RGC 1404 at the ground.
It said the tot suffered friction burns as he played on a carpet.
Obviously, hand painting tiles, weaving rope benches and beading chandeliers is not going to be everyone's idea of fun - especially when the friction burns from all that tugging begin to sting.
He fumbled for his Swiss Army knife, pulled out its penknife, and cut the rope, but was badly injured by friction burns.
Patients experience fewer falls, friction burns, dislocated shoulders, skin tears, and bruises.
He said: "I was travelling at such speed down a vertical slope, I could feel the friction burns on my hands.
When the little girl was four months old she was seen by a nurse at Bedworth Health Centre who was concerned because of what appeared to be friction burns.
Three-year-old Ayrton Hughes-Johns still carries the scars, both physical and emotional, after suffering friction burns, cuts and bruises while on the Bumble Bee ride at Stourport-on-Severn's Treasure Island attraction.