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burned

A common drug culture term for having purchased fake drugs or drugs of much lower quality than expected in a particular deal.
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The latter could prove fortunate if flames move toward an area burned by the 2003 Piru Fire because that could slow things on that front, Van Der Raay said.
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.
More than 100,000 acres burned in the county last summer.
It's too early to know if the burned areas of Florida will undergo a similar rebirth.
Because of strides made in both research and clinical care since the mid-1960s when these hospitals first opened, a burned child's chance of survival has more than doubled.
But the DTSC said during a public hearing in Simi Valley Thursday night that the agency postponed that plan two weeks ago after Boeing submitted more than 700 pages of historic documents that showed some workers had burned material that came from other facilities, including ones that handled radioactive materials.
For some reason, it burned three times faster than other hybrid fuels.
Many of these wildfires burned hot from the crowns of the trees well into the soils.
Of course, finding a vein on a severely burned patient can be tough, explains Dr.
Much of the [1910] area was burned a second time in the succeeding series of bad fire years.
True, the article does say that's per pound of trash burned.
The customer simply provides the year, make and model of the vehicle or the vehicle identification number (VIN) and the proper wireless codes are then burned onto remote blanks through the Learn and Burn System.