flame

An angry or rude email message.

Flame

A flame (from Latin flamma) is the visible, gaseous part of a fire. It is caused by a highly exothermic reaction taking place in a thin zone. Some flames are hot enough to have ionized gaseous components of sufficient density to be considered plasma. ==Mechanism== Color and temperature of a flame are dependent on the type of fuel involved in the c...
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flame

(flām) the luminous, irregular appearance usually accompanying combustion, or an appearance resembling it. to render sterile by exposure to a flame.
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flame

[v] - be in flames or aflame 2. [v] - criticize harshly, on the e-mail
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Flame

• (n.) A stream of burning vapor or gas, emitting light and heat; darting or streaming fire; a blaze; a fire. • (n.) To burst forth like flame; to break out in violence of passion; to be kindled with zeal or ardor. • (n.) To burn with a flame or blaze; to burn as gas emitted from bodies in combustion; to blaze. • (n.) A person b...
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flame

verb criticize harshly, on the e-mail
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Flame

[malware] Flame,{efn|`Flame` is one of the strings found in the code, a common name for attacks, most likely by exploits} also known as Flamer, sKyWIper,{efn|The name `sKyWIper` is derived from the letters `KWI` which are used as a partial filename by the malware} and Skywiper, is modular computer malware discovered in 2012 that attacks com...
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Flame

[robot] Flame is the name of a roughly human-shaped robot, developed in the Netherlands by Daan Hobbelen of the Mechanical Engineering department of Delft University. Robot motion is more easily done with wheels, but this robot was designed specifically to study human walking. It is 130cm tall and weights 15 kg. Flame is a continuation of D...
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Flame

Flame (flām) noun [ Middle English flame , flaume , flaumbe , Old French flame , flambe , French flamme , from Latin flamma , from flamma , from flagrare to burn. See Flagrant , and confer Flamneau , Flamingo
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Flame

Flame intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Flamed ; present participle & verbal noun Flaming .] [ Middle English flamen , flaumben , French flamber , Old French also, flamer . See Flame ,
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Flame

Flame transitive verb To kindle; to inflame; to excite. « And flamed with zeal of vengeance inwardly.» Spenser.
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flame

1. A stream of burning vapor or gas, emitting light and heat; darting or streaming fire; a blaze; a fire. ... 2. Burning zeal or passion; elevated and noble enthusiasm; glowing imagination; passionate excitement or anger. 'In a flame of zeal severe.' 'Where flames refin'd in breasts seraphic glow.' (Pope) 'Smit with the love of sister arts we came,...
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Flame

A flame is a blaze rising from a burning body, or any inflammable gas in a state of visible combustion. Flame is attended with great heat, and sometimes with the evolution of much light; but the temperature may be intense when the light is feeble, as is the case with the flame of burning hydrogen gas. The flame of a candle may be divided into three...
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Flame

A personal attack within a post on Usenet
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Flame

A rapid gas phase combustion process characterised by self-propagation
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flame

aggressive or malicious statement, contained in a message sent in a computer conference or in electronic mail
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Flame

An angry response to an electronic posting, usually in a newsgroup.
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Flame

An intentionally crude or abusive email message or usenet post. Rule
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Flame

an offensive or abusive message
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FLAME

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flame

flame 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...
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Flame

Flame is slang for a sweetheart.
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flame

flame, phenomenon associated with the chemical reaction of a gas that has been heated above its kindling temperature with some other gas, usually atmospheric oxygen (see combustion). The heat and light given off are characteristic of the specific chemical reaction (or reactions) going on; the lumino...
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Flame

Originally, 'flame' meant to carry forth in a passionate manner in the spirit of honorable debate. Flames most often involved the use of flowery language and flaming well was an art form. More recently flame has come to refer to any kind of derogatory comment no matter how witless or crude.
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flame

rapidly reacting body of gas, commonly a mixture of air and a combustible gas, that gives off heat and, usually, light and is self-propagating. ... [4 related articles]
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