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burned

1. mod. cheated; betrayed. Man, did I get burned in that place!
2. mod. disappointed; humiliated; put down. Ha! You’re burned!
3. and burned up mod. very angry. I’ve never been so burned up at anyone. I am really burned! Totally burned!
See also: burn
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In past fire seasons, local forest officials said they were worried the parched forest area north of Castaic could ignite and spread to Los Padres, where heavy thickets haven't burned since 1960.
But even the materials set aside for waste-to-energy purposes will not be burned in a furnace.
5 million acres that burned last year, Congress directed federal, state, and local agencies to work together to reduce immediate hazards to communities adjacent to forests.
A forest that hasn't burned in many years (bottom) becomes overgrown with young trees and plants that serve as fuel for fire.
But Boeing officials said the historic documents detailing the hazardous materials burned at the site were not a secret and had been shared with regulators during a cleanup of the burn pit in the 1980s.
Now that Karabeyoglu had figured out why the pentane in the Air Force fuel burned so quickly, he and his colleagues wondered whether they could find a related material that burns as fast but is solid at room temperature.
Native Americans burned woodlands to promote desirable plant growth and to drive game.
We remove a thin, almost transparent strip of skin from a part of the body that isn't burned," explains Dr.
In New Mexico, 4,000 trees will help reforest urban and rural areas burned in Los Alamos during the 2000 fires.
The recyclers' waste might have burned cooler, contained more plastics that were especially chlorine-rich, or been seeded with more dioxin-forming catalysts such as copper.
The onslaught of late-season rains has prolonged the threat of mudslides in Southern California but has also kept the hillsides green with new growth, even in areas burned in last year's Topanga fire.
Before the last tree burned, Secretary of Interior Bruce Babbitt appointed a Fire Investigation/Fact-Finding Team.
The results also reveal that per pound of trash burned, avid recyclers spew the most dioxins.
And around the San Fernando Valley, hundreds of residents quietly rooted for the boy about to undergo his ninth skin graft since being badly burned during a paint-thinner explosion.