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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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Therefore, this study was designed to assess the etiology of burns requiring hospitalization and the frequency of burn-related the relationship between burning causes and hospital stay, and clinical course, and amputations in a city in Eastern Anatolia.
To conduct open burning in the Eastern Montana Open Burning Zone during the winter months, DEQ must be notified by telephone prior to ignition at 406-444-3490.
These standardized tissue pieces were fixed onto a flat platform to get a perpendicular angle between the burning bar and skin for accurate measuring of WF (Figure 1) with an electronic scale.
Burning is a potentially a fatal hazard faced often by poorly controlled epileptics.
Outdoor burning season in rural Lane County starts Saturday, following a two-week delay due to prolonged dry weather and high wildfire risk.
Each burn type causes skin burning; however, the extent and severity of tissue damage varies according to the burn agent.
The longer the burning goes on, the more severe the injury will be and the longer it may take to heal.
encourages residents interested in burning brush this season to obtain a permit now and do it early.
A co-fired unit is one capable of burning two or more fuels simultaneously to meet load, while a dual-switching unit is one that can replace one fuel type completely with another.
Firstly, stop the burning source, cool the burn by holding the burned area under cool running water for 20 minutes, and remain calm and immediately call for medical attention, if necessary.
Cats who counter surf during food preparation, chew on exposed electrical cords or brush up against burning candles are all at risk for burns.