hot under the collar

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FAULTS: The SEAT Alhambra (1996- present) is most likely to leave occupants hot under the collar
The gossip surrounding the pair has apparently got Katie's representative hot under the collar.
I interviewed both brothers during the campaign and while I got all hot under the collar at Dave's house, the excitement was far less Chez Ed.
Hills, far from hot under the collar, said: "It was hilarious if you know nothing about racing.
Costs rise for developers 25 BIG FEATURE Small firms battle the recession 31 PROFESSIONAL SECTORS CBI chief backs financial services 32 LEGAL SECTOR 3 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Focus on Warrington 37 TRANSPORT City gateway improvements 38 EDUCATION Schools that mean business 42 THE LIST 43 SOCIAL DIARY Carolyn Hughes out on the town 44 RESTAURANT REVIEW Sapporo, in Liverpool 46 NETWORKER Barry Turnbull on getting hot under the collar
PATIENTS at a city hospital have been getting hot under the collar about being made to wait for blood tests in unbearable heat.
Your Stryker's going to get a little hot under the collar if you don't keep an eye on coolant levels, drivers.
The last woman to get liberals this hot under the collar would have been .
DARLINGTON residents are hot under the collar about used nappies, dumped bedding, graffiti and dog dirt
EASTENDERS (BBC ONE) After an ill-advised fling with Sean, Roxy gets hot under the collar with Jack.
I also think that after a man takes an oath to faithfully execute the laws of the country, and then takes another oath to always tell the truth, and then tells lies, people are entitled to get a little hot under the collar.
It's not just controversial planning applications getting people in Ouseburn hot under the collar.
Hot Under the Collar, published by the Anglican Book Centre, holds up a mirror to Anglicans and the issues they felt passionate about from 1955 to 2005.
More than three in four Scottish drivers admitted to frequently getting hot under the collar while behind the wheel, the survey from TV station Sky One found.
Paul Thompson, back to boost Gateshead in what he described today as "a season of sweat", is hot under the collar after revealing that he is struggling to be fit for tomorrow night's UniBond League Premier Division derby at Blyth.