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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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It was burning toward the northeast to the Angeles National Forest and also to the southwest.
Recounting the first US victory on the land against organized British forces after the burning of their burning of the American capital in Washington DC on August 25, 1814, While Washington Burned provides the reader with an expansive understanding of the attacks and counterattacks which took place in the midst of Fort Erie, and a complete accounting of the results--including the use of genealogical research and archeological discoveries.
The ruling is the result of a two-year battle in which town officials attempted to stop BioEnergy from burning C&D material.
This fire, the second largest in Larimer County history, started from a burning pile of brush gone awry.
Mirroring the rise of indie culture's techno-raves and the quasi-spiritualistic languages of the '90s digital revolution, Burning Man has evolved from a grassroots gathering on a San Francisco beach to an organized, annual congregation of some thirty thousand revelers in Nevada's Black Rock Desert.
The platelet concentrates were stored at room temperature while the pigs were prepared for laser burning.
When workers scraped back the burning refuse, they discovered that the flames had ignited a subterranean coal seam.
This is the third year Nishima, a skinny and laid-back 26-year-old cyber-journalist, has ventured out here from Tokyo for the annual Burning Man event.
If you have ever worked out at a gym you may have noticed treadmill ergometer notations of "fat burning zone" in the area of 65% of maximum heart rate.
The Scoop on Saving Land, Analyzing Asbestos and Burning Garbage
is Burning Man, the week-long festival held annually around Labor Day.