baking hot

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as hot as if in an oven


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Some have been in the camps for years, living in baking hot tin huts which hold 200 people.
STOCK up on sunscreen - we're heading for a baking hot summer, weather experts have predicted.
But scores of fish and a dog which died in a baking hot car were among the casualties.
In the end the 33-year-old's superior fitness saved the day as El Aynaoui, only 17 months Agassi's junior, tired on a baking hot Centre Court.
When we went to London Road we had a lot of new faces, it was baking hot and Peterborough had a big crowd behind them.
around September to November is good, but mid- July is not only baking hot, but busy.
Do you let nature take its course by leaving the Sandown turf at the mercy of the baking hot weather - a move that would almost certainly produce firm ground, and rule out Motivator's participation?
A BOY of two died after being left in a baking hot car as his parents went shopping and forgot about him.
Caerphilly are largely amateurs and our professionalism and superior level of fitness on a baking hot day made all the difference.
On Sunday and Monday at Listowel, only 17 miles away, it was baking hot and overnight watering was required to keep the 'good' in the good to firm description.
Steve said: "Charlotte enjoyed every minute of it, even though it was baking hot.
I remember it was a baking hot day and the atmosphere around the ground was electric.
THE LONG AND SHORT OF IT: Luke Donald (left) and Sergio Garcia survey the course at Royal Liverpool during a practice round wearing full length trousers on a baking hot day
We had all these visions of baking hot sun but, instead, we got hailstones.