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Both are hot-headed loudmouths who have an inferiority complex but are too scared to admit it.
The hot-headed Scouser (below) has now pitched up at Rangers, lured there by the promise of zonal narking.
The film about the hot-headed General Antonio Luna features gory scenes depicting the atrocities of the Philippines-American war.
NO OFFENCE C4 9pm LAST ONE Hot-headed copper Dinah (Elaine Cassidy, right) clashes with boss Deering, and now her job is on the line.
Until this country's highways and byways are free of potholes, hot-headed drivers and huge volumes of heavy, dangerous traffic, few of us will be persuaded to hop aboard a computer-controlled and highly vulnerable box on wheels.
Fresh out of prison and into new trouble, the hot-headed gangster beats up a love rival and hooks up with his mildmannered cohort Dickie (Richard E Grant) for an eventful visit to a crime boss in France.
Earlier the same night, the hot-headed 51-year-oldactor was spotted with 14 women and one other male at Serafina, where he stopped in for a half-hour.
Presented this time in 3D, hot-headed young foot-soldier D'Artagnan (Logan Lerman) joins forces with three veteran Musketeers to prevent the villainous Cardinal Richelieu (Christoph Waltz) from seizing the French throne and engulfing Europe in war.
CELTIC boss Neil Lennon reckons new boy Beram Kayal can be a bit hot-headed at times.
A HOT-HEADED chef attacked a man he believed had been stealing from him and his girlfriend, knocking the victim onto a glass table which shattered and cut his head.
I think many of us gave some hot-headed comments immediately after the race in Bahrain," remarked the double world champion, who led a Ferrari one-two.
The hot-headed character is part of a family at loggerheads with their new next-door neighbours.
March is traditionally the month when brown hares are said to display "mad" behaviour, often presumed to involve hot-headed males fighting over females or territory.
The Scottish teenager has vowed he won't change his hot-headed ways on the bright green manicured lawns of the All England Club, where manners and tradition are viewed very seriously.