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  • n. Plural form of burner.

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Examples

  • If that cashes out into a cultural decision not to bother educating women in science and math much ā€” indeed, creating a norm that exhibiting too much interest in Bunsen burners is un-feminine ā€” how seriously are we supposed to take the reassurance that, after all, the resulting differences in participation or aptitude in those fields just reflect facts about our different biologies?

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  • Many "burners" - as regulars are known - view the week-ending ritual of torching the effigy as a deeply meaningful climax.

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  • Though they missed it this year because of Aidan, the couple are "burners" - aficionados of the Burning Man festival.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • If I had a stove with a middle burner between the front and back burners, that is where this novel would go.

    What Novel Writing Has Taught Me

  • The good news is that even the less expensive grills, as little as $200, are including the side burners, which is great.

    CNN Transcript Jul 5, 2008

  • This quantity of electricity will produce a light, according to the amount of division, equivalent to from 5 to 30 gas burners, which is much cheaper than gas.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 286, June 25, 1881

  • Why isnt charmglow recalling the burners which are a fire hazard?

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  • My burners are a bit rusty but have not rusted out.

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  • It also says that HEVs are twice as dangerous to cyclists as gas burners, which is.

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  • According to Lewes the main factor in the blocking of the burners is the presence of liquid polymerised products in the acetylene, benzene in particular; for he considers that these bodies will be absorbed by the porous steatite, and will be decomposed under the influence of heat in that substance, saturating the steatite with carbon which, by a "catalytic" action presumably, assists in the deposition of further quantities of carbon in the burner tube until distortion of the flame results.

    Acetylene, the Principles of Its Generation and Use

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