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1. and hot under the collar mod. angry. Gee, that guy is really hot under the collar. What did I do?
2. mod. wanted by the police. (Underworld.) Lefty is hot because of his part in the bank job.
3. mod. stolen. Rocko won’t touch a hot watch or anything else hot.
4. mod. carrying contraband and subject to arrest if caught. Lefty was hot and needed a place to stay.
5. mod. having a run of good luck in gambling. I was hot when I started. I’m broke now.
6. mod. of great renown; doing quite well for the time being. The opera tenor was hot, and even the lowbrows would pay to hear him.
7. mod. alcohol intoxicated. (Old.) Willy was too hot to stand up.
8. mod. selling well. These things are really hot this season.
9. mod. sexy; sexually arousing. Wow, who was that hot hunk you were with?
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1) describes the definition of hotness of multicast tree.
The fastest growing apartment markets, according to the market hotness index, are, in order, Orlando, Florida; Austin, Texas; Las Vegas; Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina; Charlotte, North Carolina; Sacramento, California; Dallas; Madison, Wisconsin; Seattle; and Phoenix (see Figure 4).
To understand the phenomenon of hotness, one must understand something of the extraordinary transformations in the concept of patronage that define the economics of art in the late twentieth century.
ON THE UP AIDAN TURNER THERE is no getting away from the hotness of the Poldark actor, right.
Comedy hotness and naughtiness as Graham's guests include the hilarious Melissa McCarthy from Bridesmaids ('I'll take first watch') as well as pretty boy Jude Law.
As if further proof of her hotness were needed, the 22-year-old can be seen on the cover of the September issue of Vogue - the most prestigious of the year - on both sides of the Atlantic and this week designer Tom Ford caused quite the stir when he unveiled the new advert for his Black Orchid fragrance.
Apart from the Most Desirable Woman award, the night also included awards like Holy Grail of Hot, Our New Girlfriend and Decade of Hotness.
The video highlights the superstar's sheer hotness and beauty , but, we'll be honest, doesn't really have a plot.
I wonder if the pressure of being labelled her royal hotness has scrambled Pippa's ability to choose a nice frock and pair it with some great shoes?
Prince William's new sister-in-law, dubbed Her Royal Hotness after her appearance at his wedding, is expected to be questioned by police after her companion pointed the realistic-looking weapon at a photographer following them.
However, Margot is modest about her achievements with the woman dubbed Her Royal Hotness.
3%, there's no alcoholic hotness, just that pleasant dryness.
The pair, who are reported to have split after getting together in February, had to do some careful red carpet planning after arriving separately at the Spike TV awards event on Saturday night in Los Angeles EoAC" but luckily for them, most eyes were on the dazzling bevy of actresses who received the awards in categories such as Holy Grail of Hot and the Decade of Hotness Award.
According to him, load shedding duration would be decreased during severe hotness with generation of rental power plants and IPPs, adding, melting of glaciers would improve water reservoirs and would increase power generation.
A good cast, particularly Nathan Barley's Nicholas Burns as the heat-controlling, cape-wearing The Hotness, spend their time bitching, drinking and wallowing in their own petty insecurities down the local pub.