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treated by heating to a high temperature but below the melting or fusing point

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destroyed or badly damaged by fire

ruined by overcooking

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In past fire seasons, local forest officials said they were worried the parched forest area north of Castaic could ignite and spread to Los Padres, where heavy thickets haven't burned since 1960.
A forest that hasn't burned in many years (bottom) becomes overgrown with young trees and plants that serve as fuel for fire.
From 1958 to 1971, workers burned thousands of gallons of solvents, toxic heavy metals and fuels in the pit.
He adds, "When we set up a recycling center, 99 percent of the load is recycled: Wood is burned and recycled for fuel; the drywall is pulled out and reused; cardboard, plastic, metal are all reused.
For some reason, it burned three times faster than other hybrid fuels.
Beginning August 20, high winds pushed hundreds of small fires together in a conflagration that burned close to 3 million acres, killed 87 people, and destroyed a dozen towns in two days.
Of course, finding a vein on a severely burned patient can be tough, explains Dr.
Power -- Gas Burn Report covers 427 plants across the United States, representing almost 50 percent of the natural gas burned for power generation.
With this new information we think we may need to fully characterize this burn pit to figure out what went in there and what was burned there,'' DTSC spokesman Ron Baker said.
Many of these wildfires burned hot from the crowns of the trees well into the soils.
True, the article does say that's per pound of trash burned.
Music, photo, and video collections burned through the Nero Fast CD-DVD Burning Plug-in for Windows Media Player 10 will be more accessible and enjoyable than they ever could have been before.
The onslaught of late-season rains has prolonged the threat of mudslides in Southern California but has also kept the hillsides green with new growth, even in areas burned in last year's Topanga fire.
In November 1910 AMERICAN FORESTS dedicated an entire magazine issue to the summer's wildfires, which burned an estimated 3 million acres in the Northern Rocky Mountains.