How to use Burn up in a sentence

burn up
  • It is now being used for " an experiment " to burn-up a small part of France's plutonium stockpile.

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  • A 70-seat turboprop can burn up to 30% less fuel than an equivalent 70-seat regional jet over a 500 nautical miles sector.

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  • It is an expectation to take several months for all of the planes to traverse the distance and most will burn up in the atmosphere at re-entry.

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  • If a 180-pound person runs at a casual speed, they can expect to burn around 654 pounds, but if they put on the burners going nearly 11 mph, they can burn up to 1471 calories.

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  • It can burn up to an unbelievable 1000 calories in an hour, plus it tones the entire body, and optimizes cardio conditioning.

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  • This results in an insanely high-intensity program that can burn up to 1,000 calories per workout in less than an hour.

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  • According to HealthStatus.com, a 160-pound person can burn up to 508 calories an hour biking at a moderate pace.

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  • If you ramp up the intensity to a vigorous pace, you can burn up to 825 calories an hour.

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  • Mayo Clinic estimates that a one-hour jogging session will burn up to 584 calories an hour for a 160-pound person.

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  • A 160-pound person will burn up to 441 calories an hour doing an intense workout.

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  • Although his solo albums didn't burn up the charts like a Zeppelin album, he consistently sold out arenas while touring solo, mostly with Zeppelin fans hoping (futilely, at this point), to hear some old Zep songs.

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  • Climbing stairs can burn up to 400 calories an hour.

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