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burner

1. noun A cell phone, usually prepaid, that one uses to avoid having their activities (often illicit or inappropriate ones) traced to them. The suspect's wife didn't know he had a second phone, so I bet it's a burner he used for drug deals.
2. adjective Describing something that one uses to avoid having their activities (often illicit ones) traced to them. The suspect's wife didn't know he had a second phone, so I bet it's a burner phone he used for drug deals. The 76ers GM resigned after being linked to burner accounts on Twitter that shared private information about several players.
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burner

n. a gun; a pistol. (see also burn = to kill.) You got your burner on you?
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"When we looked at the burner, it was clear that she had used two tea lights in the base of the burner and then left the burner unattended on the corner of the bath.'' Mr Spencer said she "then found the burner alight and used the shower head to put it out".
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Each boiler has two burners. The capacity of each burner is 400 therms/hr (11.7MW) with the low limit of 60 therms/hr (1.8MW).
In single burner mode, the [O.sub.2] level in flue gas was compared under two scenarios presented in Figure 2.
Swirl burner combustor designs are emerging as the preferred method to achieve emission requirements for power generation while maintaining the high combustion efficiency and good flame stability characteristics of conventional combustors.
On Tuesday, the cemetery transferred the flame from a temporary burner to the restored permanent eternal flame that is part of a memorial to the 35th president.
Known as a pastille burner, it held a small cone or block of charcoal dipped in fragrant oils which, when lit, produced scented smoke which issued forth from the central tower - a sort of 19th century air freshener, if you will.
In this study, a double-ring gas burner, which consists of a burner head (see Figure 2(a)) and outer- and inner-ring burner caps (made of copper), is adopted.
Utilising a recuperative air burner system to increase fuel efficiency, an oxygen ([O.sub.2]) sensor for atmospheric readings and analysis of firing practices as well as fuel-efficient materials, we achieved a significant reduction in fuel consumption without sacrificing the durability of our kiln or the aesthetics of the ware.