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  • n. Plural form of burnoff.


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  • Another major issue on the Bakken is the natural gas burnoffs.

    Energy 101: Hydraulic Fracturing - Vladimir’s blog - RedState

  • HOLMES: Which is -- and also environmental concerns meant that they weren't doing precautionary burnoffs.

    CNN Transcript Oct 22, 2007

  • Having the smoke from log burnoffs down the hill decide to waft into offices was bad enough - the wind changed while everyone was in a seminar.

    What doesn't kill you makes you smoky

  • Mind you, given how much smoke you could get from the scheduled burnoffs, let alone the uncontrolled one - not that it is burn off season.


  • Still, for viewers, the result is that most of these new shows coming in the next few weeks are serious efforts, not just burnoffs. -- Front

  • I grow angry as the same scientists promote vast broad-acre burnoffs, turning their backs on inconvenient papers that identify fire-sensitive flora that are ipso facto evidence that such fires could not have been possible; either before the Pleistocene or following human habitation. - Comments

  • However, a Department of Sustainability and Environment spokeswoman told Star on Thursday that no plans for prescribed roadside burnoffs had been made.

    Star News Group

  • My reaction dates from a visit to Mexico where the best sunsets I’d ever seen were caused by natural gas burnoffs near Poza Rica.

    Sunset 08/02/06 « Whatever


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