Definitions

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  • n. The act or process of burning off.
  • n. That which is burned off.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Well we could get into the hydrogen burnoff of the sun.

    Think Progress » Sarah Palin calls global warming studies ‘snake oil science.’

  • “Well we could get into the hydrogen burnoff of the sun” - armand

    Think Progress » Sarah Palin calls global warming studies ‘snake oil science.’

  • From my perspective it would be nice to know about the business incentives or conditions that helped get these off the ground. www. wattwatt.com coal into a clean pumpable liquid with low burnoff emissions both are now readily available at competitive costs. so this is nice site for a discussion and ideas. that how can we tackle the present situation on earth living conditions.

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  • Witness CBS 'two-episode burnoff of its failing soap Cane (9 ET/PT).

    Critic's Corner Tuesday

  • The Opposite Sex was by MGM at its nadir, produced by its most tasteless filmmaker, Joe Pasternak, with a cast consisting mostly of people who had been signed to contracts and had nothing to do now that MGM was cutting back on musicals; it's a contract-burnoff movie.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • The game trail widened a little, and they broke into a clearing, a place where lightning had set fire to a stand of pines last year to create a sizable area of burnoff.

    Magic's Price

  • A brilliant flash of light at an oil refinery in Dartmouth, N.S., Friday night caused some alarm among locals and those chatting online, but fire officials said it was a routine burnoff.

    CBC | Top Stories News

  • About a week later, officials warned that a problem that triggered a burnoff of heavy oil could lead to falling soot and oil spots.

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  • BP USED PART OF MY IDEA Gulf oil spill solution how to fix the oil leak catch and burnoff

    WN.com - Business News

  • After trying many other things, they are implementing a constant burnoff -- very much like an eternal flame!

    WN.com - Business News

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