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burned

(1) Recorded on a CD, DVD or BD. See burn.

(2) Etched into the screen. See burn in.
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The latest report had 2,500 acres burned, according to the Los Padres National Forest.
From 1980 to 1990, Rocketdyne opened another burn area where workers burned smaller amounts of materials and shot armor-penetrating bullets into canisters to release the gases.
the researchers reported that the fuel burned at the same brisk rate at Ames as it had in the smaller Stanford trials--three to four times that of conventional hybrid fuels.
In Nevada, 10,000 conifers will be planted on 400 acres of Humboldt-Toiyabe Notional Forest burned in a mid-1990s fire.
About 4,000 acres of federal parkland and 6,000 acres of local and state parkland were burned, including most of the former Ahmanson Ranch property the state bought for $150 million in 2003.
Since creating dioxins requires chlorine, she argues, "we should move away from chlorine-containing materials"--such as the polyvinyl chloride plastic that Lemieux identified as the likely primary source of the dioxin in the trash he burned.
Boop de do, boopy boopy do,'' sang Grossman, 73, crouching by the boy like Captain Kangaroo after a grueling operation on a 3-year-old girl burned head to toe by a scalding shower.
Coors Brewing Company trucked in bottled water daily, and retailer Eddie Bauer donated 5 percent of opening-day revenues from a new store to replant the burned area through AMERICAN FORESTS' Global ReLeaf Forests program (see "The Story in the Stores," page 30).
For instance, though some oil washed over the boom as each fire was due to get under-way, even that burned without leaving behind the characteristic l-mm-thick sheen of oil.
When burned properly, a firelog burns with more complete combustion and emits little smoke or other forms of air pollution, as compared to a wood fire.
His visit to the Newhall campus was as a guest invited to help prepare the swim team for Monday's expected return of team member Michael Ewart, who was badly burned a month ago in a fire that destroyed his family's Valencia home.
It gradually burned through bitterbrush and light woody debris, mimicking the natural understory fires of old and thus protecting a stand of mature ponderosas.