burned out adj.
burned out adj. (Irish)
burn out v.
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‘Theorizing Myself Out’ Lawrence after Sons and Lovers: ‘The Burns Novel’ and ‘Elsa Culverwell’
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1. An area of excessive darkening (overexposure) on a dental radiograph.
2. The elimination by the use of heat of an investment wax pattern prior to the investment mould receiving a casting metal.
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