cigarette burn


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a burn mark left by a smoldering cigarette

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George said: "The cigarette burn was there when we hired the car because I photographed it."
"The matron and registered manager told us they were unaware of any cigarette burn holes to this person's clothing and a risk assessment had not been completed because they had not realised one was needed." As the home is now in special measures, it has been told it needs to take action on how it keeps residents safe and recruits staff.
Specifically, the inspection team found a backlog of 163 referrals waiting assessment - 121 classed as high priority - including the case of a two- year-old with a facial cigarette burn, who had allegedly been injured in the course of domestic violence.
* Burns, either unusual location, type, or shape similar to an object (i.e, iron, cigarette burn).
His aunt saw what looked like a cigarette burn on his fingers and, on another occasion, two of his fingers were diagnosed as being broken.
"He came home once with a cigarette burn on the back of his neck."
He also had what was believed to be a cigarette burn on a shoulder and a scalding injury.
REPAIRING dents and scratches on your car could add pounds 1,000 to the value when re-selling, says Manheim Auctions, which claims a windscreen chip takes off about pounds 50, a cigarette burn to the interior pounds 100, stone chips pounds 150 and wheel damage pounds 200.
Alas, being in pole position has its hazards as well as its rewards - hoi polloi were so keen to approach the Presence that I fell off my chair and Jemma ended up with a cigarette burn on her face."
A post-mortem found 37 injuries and marks on Aaron's body, including a broken rib, a cigarette burn and a scald.
Mold Crown Court heard that the charge arose amid allegations that the boy had suffered a cigarette burn.
Doctors at Newcastle's Royal Victoria Infirmary found branding type marks on the girl's face, a cigarette burn and whipping scars on her body.
IF YOU'VE got a cigarette burn or a stubborn mark on your plastic bath then Brasso could be your salvation.
The woman was arrested in January this year after doctors allegedly found the little girl had branding marks on her face, a cigarette burn on her arm and whip-like scars on her body.