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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 latest report had 2,500 acres burned, according to the Los Padres National Forest.
AMERICAN FORESTS will plant 90,000 lodgepole pine seedlings there to offset the effects of a July 2003 wildfire that burned more than 700 acres.
It has about half the energy density of natural gas, and that's close enough for it to be substitutable or even mixable with natural gas directly at the point of being then burned in a boiler or turbine that's going to make heat or electricity," he says.
Cantwell suspects the wax used then would have softened and not burned well.
More than 100,000 acres burned in the county last summer.
The documents include workers' notes on how they burned the materials - pouring chemicals on sawdust, igniting the mixture, then observing the smoke.
Soon after the Cerro Grande fire last year--the 47,650-acre fire that burned into Los Alamos--a team of burn area rehabilitation experts found that fully 35 percent of the site burned intensely.
About 4,000 acres of federal parkland and 6,000 acres of local and state parkland were burned, including most of the former Ahmanson Ranch property the state bought for $150 million in 2003.
In fact, since 1985 wildfires have burned 10,000 homes from New York to Florida to California, according to the federal National Interagency Fire Center.
The results also reveal that per pound of trash burned, avid recyclers spew the most dioxins.
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.
The Big Pines Highway thinning was approved in 2004, a year after 91,000 acres in the San Bernardino Mountains burned - destroying nearly 1,000 homes and killing six people - in a conflagration fueled by thousands of dead trees killed by crowding, drought and insects.