Burn (disambiguation)

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A burn is an injury to flesh caused by heat, electricity, chemicals, light, radiation, or friction.

Burn may also refer to:

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  • Burn-in, use of hardware early in its life-cycle, intended to improve user satisfaction
  • Burn-in (or screen burn) on display hardware, damage called phosphor burn-in
  • burn notice (document), an official statement issued between intelligence agencies stating that an individual or a group is or has become unreliable
  • "Indian" (or "Chinese") burn, intentionally inflicted skin injury
  • C.U. Burn, a cult Irish-language TV comedy series featuring sibling funeral directors and their rundown crematorium
  • To burn is when a participant called a "Burner" (Burning Man) actively attends and contributes to the annual Burning Man festival and community

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