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hotshot

1. n. an important and energetic person. (Often used sarcastically. Also a term of address.) If you’re such a hotshot, why not straighten out the whole thing?
2. and hot-shot mod. brilliant; great. So, you’re the hot-shot guy who’s going to straighten this place out?
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Hotshot Holly comes from the Pontefract lofts of Chris Gordon, widely regarded as one of the UK's top 'iers and a leading breeder who has provided birds for Her Majesty the Queen.
In the hierarchy of firefighting, Hotshots fall between smoke jumpers and engine crews, digging fire lines and starting burnouts in advance of an approaching fire.
Hotshot crews are considered an elite group among wildland firefighters due to their extensive training, high physical fitness standards and ability to undertake difficult, dangerous and stressful assignments.
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Hotshot, who first came to El Rancho four years ago to participate in a showcase of Western riding and arts, says the style of riding and the competition associated with it are definitely gaining popularity in Lebanon.
James Ward won the Most Valuable Player of the camp award along with the Hotshot title, while Harvey Bleasdale won the 1v1 competition, Mark Irving won the MIP Award and Michael Wilson took home the Coach's Award.
The Hotshot quartet of Catherine Grant, Rachel Priddy, Derinda Fullerton and Ellen Porter enjoyed a 6-0 whitewash over Solihull & Shirley while Central's Linzi Atkinson and Sue Turner played the anchor role in a fine 5-1 win over KRS.