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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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In addition to the burning down of the three state facilities, a home belonging to a business man identified as Stephen Tokpa was earlier burned by the protesters.
The burning down of schools is a part of this plot.
PHOTO | VICTOR RABALLA | NATION MEDIA GROUP class="MsoNormalBut on Saturday morning, matatu operators retaliated by burning down several motorcycles.
The Kazarman village protests resulted in burning down several machinery and equipment of the Ji El Makmal Development gold recovery company, the Ministry of Emergency Situations said.
An official at the Palestinian civil defense said, Israeli soldiers prevented their crews' access to the area for over 40 minutes, which caused the fire to spread up three floors, burning down at least ten commercial shops in the building where the currency shop was located.
What I remember most about the night was that Mrs Heagney's real concern was not the club burning down, but the fact that many of the staff had Christmas presents stored there for their children (away from little prying eyes!) and she was so distraught at the thought of the children not getting what they were expecting since all the shops were closed by then, so even if money had been available, nothing could be replaced.