burning line

burning line

[′bər·niŋ ‚līn]
(petroleum engineering)
A pipeline used to convey refinery fuel gas, as distinguished from gas intended for subsequent processing.
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LRAPA recommends that before they burn, residents call their local fire departments for information on restrictions as well as LRAPA's open burning line (726-3976) to check if burning is allowed on a particular day.
The reporter is left stunned as Jose sets light to a scrap of paper with an electrical flare from his finger, before burning lines in a plank of wood.