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burn off

[¦bərn ′ȯf]
(meteorology)
With reference to fog or low stratus cloud layers, to dissipate by daytime heating from the sun.
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Research by the team at online health and fitness site Vivotion.com revealed that food consumed on the average Christmas day - tots up to 5,350 calories, which could take up to 13 hours of intense exercise to burn off.
"Our first step would be to run a trial on putting our rum in at the start of pasteurisation process and hopefully that will burn off the alcohol content, but leave that delicious real-rum flavour.
We've put together a handy guide to show you how long it will take you to burn off some typical Easter eats.
A spokesman for Saudia confirmed there was a problem with the flaps and it was flying to burn off fuel before landing.
WASHING THE CAR Get your motor sparkling and burn off 265 calories at the same time.
According to the RSPH, a person would have to walk for 26 minutes, or run for 13 minutes, to burn off a typical 330ml can of soft drink, which typically contains 138 calories.
The Boeing 737 aircraft then went into a holding pattern for around two hours over stretches of Cheshire and the Irish Sea to allow it to burn off enough fuel to land.
Exercise Equivalent (Cost to Burn Off the Calories): 92.5 minutes bicycling (10-11.9 mph)
A passenger jet had to burn off thousands of litres of fuel before it could safely land at Shannon Airport on 25 May 2014 after suffering a navigation systems failure that kept it from crossing the Atlantic.
Johannesburg, July 19 ( ANI ): UK authorities have banned a Coca-Cola television ad as it misleads viewers about how much activity they need to do in order to burn off the 139 calories in a can of Coke.
American researchers reported in March 2007 that Iran was burning off 10 percent of its natural gas output while Saudi Arabia did not even burn off 1 percent.
They kept the aircraft circling for more than two hours over the airport to burn off the fuel while preparations were being made for an emergency landing, the source said.