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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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Doctors say though he is suffering from first-degree burns his injuries are not life-threatening and that his sight is not in danger.
It followed the Western Mail's reports of 14-year-old Kirsty McRae and 10-year-old Kelly Thompson, both of whom were treated in hospital for first-degree burns after they used coin-operated sunbeds.
The 14-year-old suffered 70% first-degree burns after spending 19 minutes on a sunbed.
He suffered first-degree burns to the side of his face and second-degree burns to his ear and ankle.
According to the victim, several of the sparklers exploded, resulting in first-degree burns to his hand.
First-degree burns on my arms and second-degree burns across my shoulders [see accompanying photos] have earned me a reputation in my squadron as "that idiot who got sunburned." I was in tears as my wife had to put my shirt on for me, just so I could go to medical.
THIS is the five-year-old boy who was left with horrific first-degree burns after stepping on a smouldering beach bonfire.
One, a 13-year-old boy, suffered first-degree burns to his legs in the incident behind Kells Way, on Sunday.
I ended up with first-degree burns on the pad of my trigger finger which forced me to shoot even faster towards the end of the test," explained Jarrett.
The disaster, which resulted in his grandmother receiving third-degree burns and first-degree burns among the rest of the family, motivated Marquez to get involved with the grassroots organization Communities for a Better Environment.
He suffered first-degree burns and died four days later.
First-degree burns are red and very sensitive to touch.