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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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Disappointed, I looked over the stove and noticed that the camp stove burner was two to three inches below the grill surface, so most of the heat it produced was waste heat.
Observe the flame from your burner. If it burns blue, this means your gas burner is properly adjusted.
Neil Spencer, of West Midlands Fire Service, said: "She told crews she had watched a YouTube video which involved putting fabric softener balls into an aromatherapy burner and lighting a tea light underneath.
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Pastille burners made of porcelain began to be produced in Britain and Europe in the 18th century by factories such as Chelsea and Meissen.
Much attention has been paid to higher thermal efficiencies and lower emissions of domestic gas burners since the ever-increasing demand for energy saving and emission reduction [1-13].
The burners play a vital role in heating the liquid or gas as it flows through the pipeline.