Prepositions after "burn"

burn in, to, by, with or at?

In 27% of cases "burn in" is used

The jute straws burning in the mud oven.

Several structures were burnt in the confusion.

When hydrogen burns in the air, it forms water.

Barrels of tar and vinegar were burned in the streets to try to remove the bad smells.

The west wing was sold for its bricks and demolished in 1793; the east burned in 1832.

Since my business crashed and burned in 2009, I will also sign up for Social Security.

At our end, as manufacturers, we crib and complain for being covered in such frequency; as human beings, we burn in shame.

It is just transforming chemical energy of water into heat energy and then after burning in engine to Mechanical energy.

The candles that burn in front of most of the meditators to read the books help create a serene ambiance in the whole place.

That metric is that every 55,702 barrels of fuel burned in Afghanistan by the US military forces corresponded to one casualty.

In 11% of cases "burn to" is used

We, as a nation, have been burnt to numbness.

We couldn't get to him and he burnt to death.

A theatre in Dublin, Ireland, will burn to the ground.

The historic Flying W Ranch has already been burned totally to the ground by this fire.

The city had the good fortune to be burnt to the ground in 1871 and to be rebuilt by geniuses.

I have tried this recipe twice now and both times it has burnt to a chrisp using the cooking guidelines.

In June 1886 she had attended the funeral of her brother who had been burned to death by the explosion of a paraffin lamp.

All of them have lost one thing or the other -- some lost their loved ones, others had their belongings burned to the ground.

It is very pathetic and heart breaking that our fellow Nigerians were beaten and burnt to death without reasonable justification.

I think of 9/11, when the Twin Towers burned to the ground and the fire and debris led to the collapse of 7 WTC across Vesey St.

In 10% of cases "burn by" is used

Good thing they burn by sunlight.

So, when they get burned by these $59.

Any party can get burned by a bad leader.

Make certain your hard earned dollar isn't burned by using an inexperienced IT Consultant.

A modest and rising carbon price would see a 92 per cent decline in coal burning by 2035.

The dance itself is still a little slap in the face for the defenders who get burned by Cruz.

Have you seen the photograph of the little Vietnamese girl burned by napalm? Are you aware of how many millions the U.

In his view, small businesses have been burnt by the over-promise and under-delivery that information technology has delivered in the past.

I felt sorry for her because I've been burned by boyfriends and friends in the past (although I have never taken it to extremes like she did).

In 7% of cases "burn with" is used

I was burning with love for her.

The cars use methanol fuel that burns with no visible flame.

A sea of fire was round its walls, and its doors burnt with fire.

For years, my cheeks would burn with embarrassment if I ever looked back on these journal pages.

A row of about 25 businesses, including a shoe repair store, burned with apartments above many of them.

Swan is burning to death in front of them, burning with the record of his life and his deal with the Devil.

Armstrong and splinter groups believe that this valley is where the wicked will literally be burnt with literal fire.

The IFC also had been recently burned with its foray into the banking sector partnering with local investors as well.

And when David and his men came to the city, they found it burned with fire, and their wives and sons and daughters taken captive.

He said that by the side of the narrow path was a wide road and there were lots of people on it but at the end of it was a big hole burning with fire.

In 6% of cases "burn at" is used

Coal was burned at Eastville before they ever had it at Boston.

Otherwise there won't be any more ' witches ' to burn at the stake.

But then, as we all know, Scopes was lucky not to be burnt at the stake like Galileo.

It wasn't the age of Giordano Bruno burnt at the stake by the pope in 1600 but Churchill's thinking wasn't far off.

These days, heretics, apostates, and blashemers are no long allowed by the state to be hung or burned at the stake.

You learn that the only cross to bear is the one you choose to carry and that eventually martyrs are burned at the stake.

Yes, mostly pelvic bones from cows are ground and burned at 400 to 500 degrees Celsius in a factory as part of the processing of table sugar.

The oppression was devas-tating in its effects as able? bodied men were hanged on the gallows, burned at the stake, and banned to the galleys.

The year is 1340, thirty years after Marguerite was burned at the stake for writing and disseminating her heretical work, The Mirror of Simple Souls.

The gentle old aachi, Felled by an alien bullet, Fired by an alien hand, In this our free land, The gentle old aachi, Shot like a dog and burnt at the spot.

In 5% of cases "burn for" is used

After burning for over 300 years, they seem faint and feeble.

A woman is raped every 22 minutes and a bride burnt for dowry every 58 minutes.

It burned for 45 days, and many of the buildings, books, and records were destroyed.

When the fire comes upon you, you burn for God and you can be a sweet offering unto the Lord.

I want to nominate a man cool on the outside but burning who burns for America on the inside.

When they stopped in front of the shop at our yard you could smell the rubber burning for quite awhile.

If he's been in the company for any reasonable length of time, he's watched other people go down this path and get burned for it.

A cross-country relay runner carries a torch first lit in Olympia, and ignites the flame that burns for the 15-16 days of the games.

He built a mighty temple for the Lord and was burning for God so much that in verse 5, we see how his zeal for the Lord was at a high tempo.

For example, a shipboard fire on the aircraft carrier USS George Washington in May 2008 burned for 12 hours and caused an estimated $70 million in damage.

In 5% of cases "burn on" is used

Brief, beautiful shadows, burned on walls of night.

Ralston had sustained second degree burns on his hand.

Half a dozen blocks away it was burning on both sides.

Fourteen wildfires in 12 Kentucky counties were burning on October 26 th.

This included the recovery of several hundred tyres intended to be burnt on various bonfires.

While Wolmi Do was burning on the10th the slower elements of the Attack Force were getting underway.

Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield.

Picture twelve grown ad people, running around a Zellers toy department with thousands of dollars to burn on a worthy charity.

Thousands upon thousands of pounds are burnt on the alters of the frame-rate-gods with almost no measurable benefit other than bragging rights and a monstrous electricity bill.

In 4% of cases "burn through" is used

The benefits of burning through the Country's reserves are hard to see.

Players have burned through new content very quickly with previous expansions.

But it's entirely okay for Obama to burn through tons of cash, but no one else is.

What burns through the poem is his delight in, his passion for, the learning and culture of the past.

While CPUs are designed to process threads sequentially, GPUs are designed to burn through data in parallel.

The former market leader is burning through cash while it loses share in both high-end smartphones and cheaper handsets.

Once you light the fireplace, this burns through the rock or even glass and turns your table right into a beautiful flashlight.

Which is fine by me because they will just burn through content in every game they play then move to their next conquest anyway.

I burned through an inkjet cartridge and delivered copies in gold envelopes to my friends (and trusted first readers) Aaron, Andrew, Kiyash, and Matt.

I don't know, maybe we want to burn through some plot in the few hours of time we do have, rather than repeating a section over and over again for a hollow sense of achievement.

In 3% of cases "burn into" is used

One is burned into the ground with acid.

I won't mention the name here, though it is easy to remember and is burned into my skull).

JB The stuff that bugs me is stuff that was taught in school and should be burnt into one's brain.

I'll have the hopeless, vacant stare of many African children and adults burned into my memory forever.

The physical statement made that day by his teammate, Nicky Winmar, is burned into the minds of most indigenous players.

But my quotes are accurate, and they were burned into my brain when I read them or heard them directly from his own mouth.

But as the Summer wanes into the end of August, we feel a tiredness, an overdoneness of summer's fire as we burn into the energy of Earth.

The image of him sitting alongside AFL CEO Ross Oakley, with a clearly (and rightly) uncomfortable Monkhorst completing the picture, is another sight burned into our brains.

David Winner argues in Brilliant Orange that the events of 7 July 1974 in Munich are as burned into the psyche of the Dutch people as the 22 November 1963 in Dallas is into the US hive mind.

In 3% of cases "burn off" is used

Burning off the shine from the granite to give a more matt finish.

You will be burning off calories while you are preparing the meals.

You will burn off the calories from your dinner faster if you eat earlier.

You will likely feel the back tires break loose and skid a bit and that really burns off the speed.

Improving your metabolic rate will result in you burning off the excess pounds and shedding the fat.

You should walk at a swift pace for at least 30 minutes on most days to burn off around 250 calories per half hour stint.

Another way to burn off speed is to do a quick S turn by kicking the front wheel over hard one way and back the other way.

The beauty with Tanzania; the sun is never too far away and will usually burn off the cloud cover at some stage of the day to bring the bush back to zinging life and richness.

There is no magic commercial that's going to shame people into becoming thin overnight -- just like there's no housewife who discovered one weird trick to burning off belly fat.

As a general rule, consume your fruits in the morning and early afternoon as an extra way to prevent fat storage, as you are more likely to burn off the simple sugars throughout the day.

In 2% of cases "burn as" is used

Peasants lived in wooden shanties that raiders burnt as a matter of course.

Fact: Weight gain occurs when one consumes more calories than the body can burn as energy.

Every morning you could smell the inscents burning as the mostly Hindu people of Bali set out little baskets of flowers and a cracker as an offering to the gods.

Unfortunately the US Supreme Court has ruled repeatedly that retroactive tax changes are legal even when you make a decision predicated on that former policy and get burned as a result.

In 2% of cases "burn from" is used

They used hot water on my head, my eyes still burn from that and my arms.

Only recently I was working on a case where the Claimant was burnt from boiling water from a large industrial kettle.

Remember that you can get burnt from the sun's reflection off the water, so wear protection even if you'll be under cover.

As he stood and gazed bleakly at it, a sudden inhuman wail of terror emanated from it as of a man having his soul burnt from his body.

All three bullets which struck Kennedy had entered from behind him at a steep upward angle, causing powder burns from shots fired one to three inches away.

Thermal burns including flash burns from heat generated by an electric arc, and flame burns from materials that catch on fire from heating or ignition by electrical currents.

In 2% of cases "burn like" is used

Green trees on the ground hardly ever burn like the ones standing up do.

Yet in that unbearable dark, cold and desolation, his love and faith burnt like a bright flame.

The direful potion burnt like fire in his veins, for its effect was made still more sudden from the wine he had drunk previously.

It is better for one to eat a red-hot lump of iron burning like a flame than to eat alms-food offered by the people, if one is without morality (sila unrestrained in thought, word and deed.

In 2% of cases "burn of" is used

The book burning of 1933 included many Expressionist works.

The alcohol does burn of quite easily so it's ok to have some during the week when you have to get up for work the next day.

It? s important to do make a syrup base first because it needs to be quite hot, and if you do this with both bottles of wine in there you? ll burn off the alcohol.

These fires can either be forest fires, oil well fires, burning of leaves in the backyard or as in the case of rural areas, large-scale burning of agricultural waste.

The only way that this system could work satisfactorily at present is if one person from Divine Providence Home was responsible for throwing away &; burning of plastic rubbish.

In 1% of cases "burn after" is used

Plantations and Fynbos burning after set alight by striking workers 3.

First strike in the east: The Wonson oil refinery burning after attack by Valley Forge aircraft, 18 July 1950 (Photo #80-G-707876).

Again, this type of vaginitis may present with no symptoms, but some of the most common symptoms are discharge that is greenish yellow and frothy; itching and irritation; and burning after urination.

In 1% of cases "burn around" is used

Fires burned around the compound.

I also burned around the iris of the eye, to give it more definition.

In 1% of cases "burn before" is used

It is rare to see a man, let alone a PM, have his career crash and burn before your eyes - but that is exactly what was broadcast last night.

In 1% of cases "burn beyond" is used

His body was burnt beyond recognition amid claims that his hands and feet were bound by a rope.

We later discovered that all the people in the house they set ablaze were burnt beyond recognition,? he said.

Nine people, including the former president's brother, were killed and all the vehicles were burned beyond repair forcing the president to walk to his home.

In 1% of cases "burn during" is used

Get a little bit of exercise and adjust your diet so that you are taking in fewer calories than what you are burning during the day.

Common extra features on these types of machines include heartrate monitors, pulse monitors, and displays featuring the number of calories burned during the workout.

In 1% of cases "burn inside" is used

Common people were burning inside seeing the endless reports of corruption and seething but without a vent to pent out their anger.

Can I hold you? Girl your smile lights up the sky You are too beautiful for the human eye You are the dream that never dies You are the fire that burns inside Baby.

Not sure if you can relate - my years growing up as the fat kid was dominated with uncomfortable moments, but I knew I had something that burned inside me to impact other people.

In 1% of cases "burn within" is used

It is one of many council fires that burn within the Mohawk Nation.

In 1% of cases "burn without" is used

The body was burnt without the gate; but the sanctification was effected by the presentation of the blood within the sanctuary by the high priest.

Dozens of trucks wait in line 24 hours a day to fill up at rebel-held wells, which produce a light crude that can be burned without refining, though the result is dense smoke.

Jesus Taken Outside the Gate (Camp ): Heb 13:11 For the bodies of those beasts, whose blood is brought into the sanctuary by the high priest for sin, are burned without the camp.