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an apparatus for burning fuel (or refuse)

the heating elements of a stove or range on which pots and pans are placed for cooking

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Well, as it turned out, this charcoal burner was just the twin of the Southern "poor white" of the far future.
I am afraid, children," said Grandfather, "that Governor Burner found but little rest or comfort in our old chair.
Alleyne started off along the path indicated, and soon found the log-hut where the burner dwelt.
So saying, the thoughtless fellow lit a match by striking it on the sole of his boot; and approached the burner fixed to the receptacle, in which the carbonized hydrogen, stored at high pressure, sufficed for the lighting and warming of the projectile for a hundred and forty-four hours, or six days and six nights.
Under the flame of the single burner which made the place ablaze with light, a plump, little man was writing hard, his nose very near the desk.
is a substantial upgrade over existing industry burner management systems, allowing for control of up to 16 burners and vessel operations with one main control unit.
Objective: The promeos innovation project New in-situ premix gas burners makes the combustion of difficult to handle gaseous fuels like hydrogen or hot gases more efficient, less polluting, less noisy, safer and more compact compared to state of the art burners, thus opening up new markets.
HAVING just read the most recent letter by Anonymous on the subject of wood burners, I am left totally bemused by his comments.
Toby Wilson, station manager and tactical advisor with the Staffordshire service, warned people about refuelling the burners while they were still warm.
The burners play a vital role in heating the liquid or gas as it flows through the pipeline.
To obtain our initial data, we regularly fired the new soda kiln over a period of several months to cone 6 (1200[degrees]C) and cone 10 (1300[degrees]C) using six traditional MR-750 Venturi burners (450,000 btu total with seven water column inches).
Chinese-made incense burners are the most common in the Gulf market, he said, but people here are aware of the quality of the items and chose carefully between the different burners with the colorful beads, crystals and precious stones.
uk This black and stainless steel bbq has two gas burners and a side burner, temperature gauge and electronic ignition.
Two burners such as natural and forced air flow type were used to produce the eucalyptus charcoal for comparing yield and compositions.
Warnings about using oil burners and candles in the run up to the festivities were also stepped up.