overburn


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overburn

(ˌəʊvəˈbɜːn)
vb (tr)
1. (General Physics) to copy (information, music, etc) onto a CD over previously recorded data
2. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) to burn too much or for too long
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P is the surfasce overburn of the metal, F(S,t the surface temperature of the metal, [H.
The drying temperature will be set to avoid the fabric overburn.
John, 42, Jeannie, 35, and James's sister Pamela, 15, were grieving at home in Overburn Crescent last night.
Now we have to program only one electrode with one overburn instead of having a rougher 0.
Because most of these affect overburn and surface finish, no allowances can be made for fine-detail areas as opposed to large flat areas.
The panel simultaneously orbits out on the X-Y axis as the overburn is reduced.
Everyone overturns, everyone overburns, In anxious expectant landscapes.
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