hothead


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hothead

A person with an excitable, fiery, or impetuous temper or disposition; one who is quick to get angry or act rashly. That lady in the car behind me is a real hothead, honking and shouting at me every time I slow down! He turns into a bit of a hothead when he is drinking, always looking to get into a fight with someone.
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NetSuite OneWorlds unified platform gives Hothead Games visibility across its operations with one unified financial system of record to provide visibility into standard costs with detailed breakdowns.
Close followers of bookings markets over recent seasons willl no doubt have their favourites for what looks a wide-open Hotheads index, which will be `won' by the player whose bookings points total is the highest over the Premiership season, while the Crazy Cats market depends as much on the defence in front of the custodian as the man himself.
The hothead Pole and his team-mate almost came to blows as Celtic thrashed Hearts.
And reports in Denmark insist it was caused by a karate kick from Schalke hothead Carlos-Javier Grossmuller.
8220;We are very honored to receive this extraordinary recognition for our product by such a prestigious international organization of M2M pioneers,” explained Peter Linke, President of Dallas-based Hothead Technologies, Inc.
Newcastle hothead Joey Barton escaped a caution after a clash with Pedersen.
HOTHEAD Domenico Morfeo could be banished to Serie C by Parma after lasting just 30 seconds as a sub against Juventus in his last game.
The Newcastle United chairman is on the warpath over comments Waddle made in a newspaper column which implied that Shepherd and not manager Sir Bobby Robson should accept responsibility for Toon hothead Craig Bellamy's indiscipline.
8220;Traditional bracelets, armbands and chest straps are fine for tracking heart rates and other basic information, but they ignore the critical element of body temperature,” explained Peter Linke, President of Dallas-based Hothead Technologies, Inc.