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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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However, at this moment we will not be able to predict whether May will be hotter when compared to previous years," Al Sarmi said.
The sauce is listed as being 70 times hotter than a jalapeno.
Rock is their motto and belief, and their love of performing and re-living the greatest stage show on earth is what keeps Hotter than Hell so amazingly precise and truly entertaining.
Burnam has repeatedly tried to prevent the import of hotter waste and on Wednesday he tried again, with a procedural move to try to kill the bill.
Each player will be wearing smart Hotter Town shoes as they check out the pitch before the historic match for the Lancashire team.
Much of the UK was hotter yesterday than popular European holiday destinations such as Lanzarote in the Canary Islands.
In chronicling the challenges and opportunities that a hotter future poses for Los Angeles, New York, Beijing, Shanghai, Mumbai, Kolkata and Lagos, among other cities, Kahn argues that just as capitalist growth generated the problem of greenhouse gas emissions, capitalism's dynamism and ability to spur innovation will allow us to adapt to changes in the climate.
Accounts recently filed at Companies House show Hotter Group Holdings saw sales of pounds 57.
The coolest summers in the tropics and parts of the northern hemisphere will still be hotter than the most scorching summers since the mid-20th century if global warming continues apace, according to a new study.
Thursday's temperatures will remain near seasonal average, with summery, pleasant conditions prevailing in the high areas and hotter weather in the Jordan Valley and Dead Sea.
8m[2] sauce in glass category in the UK, Patak's has introduced this special hot range in response to the growing consumer demand for hotter food.
Tornado development is not unknown in a hilly country where a colder inflow can override hotter air trapped beneath this override in a valley or behind a range of hills.
ANUSHKA Sharma was hot in Badmaash Company and she is going to be hotter in Patiala House , claim sources.
The peerless Hans Hotter (1909-2003) was, as Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau points out in his fore-word to this recent translation, "probably the most important Wagner interpreter of his generation.
Just as the sun's corona, or outer atmosphere, is hotter than the surface of the sun, the black hole's corona would be hotter than the closer-in accretion disk.