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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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Jones estimates that if the fire continues to burn at its current rate, it may take about 250 years before the hungry demon runs out of fuel.
A lot of preparation goes ahead in preparing to burn,'' Schaefer said.
The large collective surface area of these droplets caused the fuel to burn especially quickly.
If you watched the Yellowstone National Park fires in 1988, you know that lodgepole pine is made to burn.
Such studies indicate that oil tends to burn at a fairly predictable rate.
Concentrating on small patches at a time, workers light fires to burn the dead wood and needles, and to kill understory trees -- young and middle-aged trees that don't reach the canopy.
In Yosemite, specialist Caroline Lansing reports that 75 percent of the acreage of that national park is considered to be in a prescribed natural fire zone: Lightning fires will be allowed to burn under conditions decided upon in advance, with fire specialists keeping close track of each fire's progress.
Featured at the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, KeylessRide's patent-pending Learn and Burn system enables retailers to burn new replacement keyless entry remotes on demand.
Forest Service officials hoped to burn about 600 acres Wednesday.
Bill and Karen McClung have lived in the Berkeley/Oakland fire began to burn October 20, 1991, Bill was at home with their two teenaged children and Karen was in town.
Misleading dubbed the "let burn" policy, it allows natural fires to burn so long as managers remain confident the flames will not threaten people, property, special sites or endangered wildlife.