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Disaster strikes: Party-goers on Glasgow Green see Italy's goal in the 70th second; Big day, wee man: A youngster at Hampden; Hoots mon, it's the lassies: The Sunday Mail's Hot-Shot Hamish meets Elaine Fotheringham, from Perth, and her pal Sandi Brannigan, who loved our clappers
The compact, versatile and cost effective Hot-Shot solves this problem by surrounding the entire sampling system in a heated enclosure.
Charlton and Fulham are among the other clubs chasing the signature of the Bluebirds hot-shot.
Hot-shot Gary Hay smashed a hat-trick as former finalists Willenhall Town began their FA Carlsberg Vase campaign with an emphatic 6-0 drubbing of Coventry side Marconi.
Ireland's Casey Thomson finished off a great run to put his team in front and hot-shot Ashley Davies doubled the lead with a fine header.
The favourite was a Nicky Henderson hot-shot, at 1-3, next stop Cheltenham, with two exposed second-raters and a fourth runner-Dai Jones' nice little horse, owned by Mrs Dai and ridden by Dai jnr, that had been trainer-driven from the dark side of Cardiff, on the strength of a win at Hereford a week ago and the fact that Mrs Dai wanted to go to Ascot.
There will be a chance to visit the Theatre of Dreams, prove yourself a hot-shot, marvel at the trophy room, present Match of the Day and even try on Motty's sheepskin.
Branch Manager Brian Reed and Inside Sales Associate Wayne Derry generate more than $1 million in sales through walk-in business and hot-shot deliveries while Account Manager Maureen Behne handles outside sales," Molinini noted.
THESE schoolkids were delighted when Hot-Shot Hamish became their latest signing and joined themto cheer on Scotland.
Does A-Rod think that by passing himself off as a hot-shot poker player, he has a shot at Jennifer Tilly?
Big day, wee man: A youngster at Hampden; Disaster strikes: Party-goers on Glasgow Green see Italy's goal in the 70th second; Hoots mon, it's the lassies: The Sunday Mail's Hot-Shot Hamish meets Elaine Fotheringham, from Perth, and her pal Sandi Brannigan, who loved our clappers