Definitions for "Combustion"
Keywords:  rapid, oxides, fuel, burns, exothermic
The state of burning.
The combination of a combustible with a supporter of combustion, producing heat, and sometimes both light and heat.
The rapid chemical combination of oxygen with the combustible elements of a fuel resulting in the release of heat.
Violent agitation; confusion; tumult.
a state of violent disturbance and excitement; "combustion grew until revolt was unavoidable"
A popular digital compositing software program used in film and TV.
Combustion 4 is a computer program "for motion graphics, compositing and visual effects" (Discreet, n.d.). The software retails for $USD995 (MacMinute, 2004). It is commonly likened to Adobe's After Effects, and also shares a similar interface with Autodesk's (formerly "discreet" (with lower case "d") higher-end offerings (Inferno, Flame, and Flint, all three of which are still marketed under the "Discreet" name).
Keywords:  aggrotech, duo, ninth, seventh, album
Combustion is the ninth album by aggrotech duo Decoded Feedback, the seventh full-length CD, and the second released on Germany's Out of Line record label.
Keywords:  horary, aries, deg, min, afflicted
When a planet is positioned in the same sign as the Sun and is less than 8 degrees away from the Sun, it is said to be combust. This is a consideration in Horary astrology. Combustion implies that the action of the planet is weakened.
"A Planet is Combust when he is not distant from the Sun 8 deg. 30 min. either before or after him; for Example, Jupiter in 10 deg. of Aries, the Sun in 14 deg. and Mars in 18, here both Jupiter and Mars are Combust; and observe that a Planet going to Combustion is more afflicted than when departing from it." [PA
Keywords:  noun