Some articles on bursts, burst:
... to bed, he ties up a leaking vine and accidentally bursts his hot water bottle with his weight ... The leaky vine he tied up also bursts, pouring water all over him and his window bursts open, thanks to the wind, and blows snow all over him ...
... Spontaneous network bursts are a commonplace feature of neuronal networks both in vitro and in vivo ... the fact that normal neuronal development induces change in array-wide bursts that could easily skew data ... In vivo, however, it has been suggested that these network bursts may form the basis for memories ...
... Gamma-ray burst progenitors are the types of celestial objects that can emit gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) ... Bursts could have a single profile or oscillate wildly up and down in intensity, and their spectra are highly variable unlike other objects in space ... one responsible for the long-duration, soft-spectrum bursts and one (or possibly more) responsible for short-duration, hard-spectrum bursts ...
... This volcano is "active" (since bursts of fire can be seen escaping from the top, bursts of steam from cracks in its side, or bursts of water from the lake) ...
Famous quotes containing the word bursts:
“The press, that goiter of the world, swells up with the desire for conquest and bursts with the achievements which every day brings. A week has room for the boldest climax of the human drive for expansion.”
—Karl Kraus (18741936)
“I know what darkness is, it accumulates, thickens, then suddenly bursts and drowns everything.”
—Samuel Beckett (19061989)
“Cruel with guilt, and daring with despair,
The midnight murderer bursts the faithless bar;
Invades the sacred hour of silent rest
And leaves, unseen, a dagger in your breast.”
—Samuel Johnson (17091784)