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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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The victims had sustained contact electric burns in all but two cases; in one case, there was no electric injury at all and in the other case, only flash burn was seen.
Evidence put forward at the trial revealed that Heaps suffered flash burns consistent with his having set fire to petrol.
Richard Hopwood suffered 40% flash burns when a gas explosion tore apart his flat in Caerleon Close, St Mellons, on March 28.
The mechanism is very similar to welding flash burns, which everyone knows are very painful.
As he tried to set fire to the car it exploded, flinging him 20ft into the air and leaving him with flash burns to his hands, face and eyes.
These fall into two categories, either direct burn as a result of conduction through metallic retractors or flash burns secondary to ignition of alcoholic skin preparations [4,5].
His co-pilot, believed to be in his 30s, was treated for minor flash burns and a back injury and was taken to Heartlands Hospital in Birmingham.
A second man was treated at the scene for flash burns to his body and a back injury.
In humans, aloe has been reported to accelerate healing from deep scrapes, frostbite, flash burns of the conjunctiva, and even canker sores [26,44,45,46,47,48,49,50,51].
Two pedestrians, a 20-yearold woman and an 18-yearold man, needed hospital treatment for flash burns to their face, arms, legs and hair.
The causes were either direct contact with fire, or exposure to the intense heat of exploding bombs, resulting in flash burns, which although superficial, could be extensive.
The employee explained that he was only slightly injured by flash burns in the brief struggle, and was treated and returned to work.