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1) If you burn the key on to 5,000 copies of the CD and delivere them
to your customers, then you burned the key.
2) if you burned the key, and the key is incorrect and the 5,000
customers cannot open your CD, thern your job is burnt (as in toast).
--- kelli -dot- lewis -at- onyxgfx -dot- com wrote:
> Hi. Quick question: when you've completed the process of burning
> security keys
> or CDs, are the keys/CDs "burned" or "burnt?" The dictionary shows
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