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burned

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

(2) Etched into the screen. See burn in.
References in classic literature ?
said the niece, "your worship had better order these to be burned as well as the others; for it would be no wonder if, after being cured of his chivalry disorder, my uncle, by reading these, took a fancy to turn shepherd and range the woods and fields singing and piping; or, what would be still worse, to turn poet, which they say is an incurable and infectious malady.
I am of opinion it should not be burned, but that it should be cleared of all that about the sage Felicia and the magic water, and of almost all the longer pieces of verse: let it keep, and welcome, its prose and the honour of being the first of books of the kind.
I should have shed tears myself," said the curate when he heard the title, "had I ordered that book to be burned, for its author was one of the famous poets of the world, not to say of Spain, and was very happy in the translation of some of Ovid's fables.
3 : to make or produce by fire or heat <Sparks burned a hole in my shirt.
By late Wednesday, at least 2,500 acres had burned.
AMERICAN FORESTS created its Wildfire ReLeaf program in 2000 to help heal burned lands that might otherwise wait years for planting, allowing an invasion of nonnative species.
Between 30 and 50 billion tons of coal must have burned to produce these outcrops.
TEAM ONE: Students representing the Virginia Attorney General should construct an argument that the teens and the Ku Klux Klan leader burned the crosses to intimidate people, thereby violating Virginia law.
Founder Mary Rosenberg says that under some conditions, 70 percent of airborne burned particles can get inside your home.
That way, if the wind gusts, it will blow the fire back onto the previously burned area, or blackline, where it will fizzle out for lack of fuel.
Because of strides made in both research and clinical care since the mid-1960s when these hospitals first opened, a burned child's chance of survival has more than doubled.
But the DTSC said during a public hearing in Simi Valley Thursday night that the agency postponed that plan two weeks ago after Boeing submitted more than 700 pages of historic documents that showed some workers had burned material that came from other facilities, including ones that handled radioactive materials.