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1. The process of combustion of flammable materials producing heat and light and (often) smoke.
2. A hot glowing mass of burning gas, often carrying fine incandescent particles.
3. Burning gas or vapor, as from wood or coal, that is undergoing combustion; a portion of ignited gas or vapor.
4. Often, flames; the state or condition of blazing combustion; to burst into flames.
5. Any flamelike condition; glow; inflamed condition.
6. Brilliant light; scintillating luster.
7. Intense ardor, zeal, or passion: "She was the flame of his love."
8. An object of one's passionate love; sweetheart: "He's taking out his new flame tonight."
9. Computer slang: an act or instance of angry criticism or disparagement; especially, on a computer network.
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(Latin: hearth, fireplace; fire, flame; central point, center)
(Greek: fire, flame; inflammation)
(getting a "fire in the head" in order to get the flame of creativity in motion)
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electronic flame safeguard
1. In a burner system, an electrode which acts as a safety valve by interrupting the fuel flow from the main burner when its flame is not available.
2. The electrode used in a burner system that detects the main burner flame and interrupts fuel flow if the flame is not indicated.
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flame manometer (s) (noun), flame manometers (pl)
An apparatus which uses a flame to measure variations of gas pressure.
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