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  • The U.S. government's nuclear facility in Los Alamos was closed Monday, and 100 residents were evacuated after a fast-burning wildfire broke out in New Mexico's Jemez Mountains.

    Wildfire Pushes Toward Nuclear Lab

  • The U.S. government's nuclear facility in Los Alamos was closed Monday, and 100 residents were evacuated after a fast-burning wildfire broke out in New Mexico's Jemez Mountains.

    Wildfire Pushes Toward Nuclear Lab

  • Fruit contains a sugar (fructose), which is much better than table sugar (sucrose), but it is still a fast-burning carb that needs to be burned off.

    Body by Design

  • Fruit contains a sugar (fructose), which is much better than table sugar (sucrose), but it is still a fast-burning carb that needs to be burned off.

    Body by Design

  • As often as these fast-burning college transients bring excitement to campus, they also leave behind trails of destruction.

    College Ball's Talent Deficit (and Why It Doesn't Matter)

  • It's a small charge of fast-burning powder and burns before it hits the muzzle. 125 yards is easy.

    Why Shorter is Better

  • When whole grains are processed and refined, they become fast-burning, simple carbohydrates and low-octane fuel.

    ChiRunning

  • The fire had been intense and fast-burning, so hot that the plastic cabinet of a TV next to the bed had literally melted into a grotesque caricature of what it once was.

    Smoke, Mirrors, and Murder

  • The fast-burning wildfires consumed more than a dozen homes and bars and forced the evacuation of more than 2,000 people.

    CNN Transcript Jun 21, 2008

  • And fast-burning wildfires threatening the Los Angeles area.

    CNN Transcript Oct 13, 2008

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