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pain that feels hot as if it were on fire

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a process in which a substance reacts with oxygen to give heat and light

execution by electricity

a form of torture in which cigarettes or cigars or other hot implements are used to burn the victim's skin

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of immediate import

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The agency tries to start fall outdoor burning season each year on Oct.
Any residents with questions regarding the open air burning season can visit www.auburnmassfire.org or call the Auburn Fire Rescue Department at (508) 832-7800.
Gareth Griffiths, senior fire safety manager, said: "Every year during controlled burning season we are called to countless false alarms and controlled burns which have spread.
--Ignition delay, [[tau].sub.i]; burning time for volatile matters, [[tau].sub.v]; cenosphere burning time, [[tau].sub.c] ; total burning time, [[tau].sub.a] ; cenosphere (Cenosphere is a carbonic residuum, which remains after volatile matters burning from the naval fuel drop.
Federal law does not regulate barrel, or backyard burning, as it is sometimes called.
It generated a constant resonant smack-boom-hum, and it was so much nothing you had ever seen before that it became an instant Burning Man legend.
CDS Gold, which is targeted at burning hobbyists, is a 7-in-1 suite that includes CyberLink's leading PowerDVD 5 Basic, PowerProducer 2 Gold Express, Power2Go 3, MediaShow 3, PhotoNow, PowerBackup and PowerStarter.
Last July, the Department of the Interior joined with Energy and Agriculture to sign a memorandum of understanding on "Woody Biomass Utilization" that establishes consistent policies and procedures to support burning wood for power.
Underground wildfires, such as burning roots, don't get hot enough to scorch buried flint, she adds.
Mirroring the rise of indie culture's techno-raves and the quasi-spiritualistic languages of the '90s digital revolution, Burning Man has evolved from a grassroots gathering on a San Francisco beach to an organized, annual congregation of some thirty thousand revelers in Nevada's Black Rock Desert.
The platelet concentrates were stored at room temperature while the pigs were prepared for laser burning. Following the administration of general endotracheal tube anesthesia, the hair or each pig's back was trimmed back by electric shears and then shaved off with a hand-held razor.
This is the third year Nishima, a skinny and laid-back 26-year-old cyber-journalist, has ventured out here from Tokyo for the annual Burning Man event.
However, there was very little understanding of N[O.sub.x] emissions from SOG burning. This issue is important because (1) N[O.sub.x] emissions have come under increasing U.S.
"This is a common and growing problem, with construction and demolition wood waste containing an average concentration of six percent CCA-treated wood." She continues, "We need better sorting methods, and we need to look at alternatives that let the plants keep burning treated wood but extract and concentrate the metals before they are emitted to the environment."