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Synonyms for hotly

Synonyms for hotly

in a heated manner


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It certainly looked that way with the factual Dr Masters on C4 being hotly (and I do mean very hotly) pursued by Jack Davenport as suave surgeon Otto Powell in ITV1's Breathless (Thursday).
The hotly tipped More Than Conquerors - probably the biggest draw of the mammoth Belfast Music Week showcase gig last November - play The Stiff Kitten tonight.
RHOS-ON-SEA Cycling Club hold one of their annual championships next Thursday evening in the Conwy Valley, the 10-mile time trial event, and it will be hotly contested.
The veteran star, who arrived at Hollywood's Kodak Theatre waving a Union Flag, was hotly tipped to take the Best Actress award for her role as The Queen in the film of the same name.
Hachikian and others said they now see a hopeful future for passage of Armenian issues in Congress, including a hotly disputed resolution officially recognizing the Armenian Genocide.
In Mexico, Felipe Calderon was elected President of Mexico in a hotly contested election.
In both pieces, we examine why most of those first 10 Amendments are still being hotly debated more than 200 years after they were written.
This was a hotly contested sale," noted Hauspurg, "since it is truly one of the last underdeveloped commercial properties in Tribeca.
In non-KOTR news, the hotly anticipated Baker video is done and premieres in Hollywood on August 10th.
Barrier screws proved to be a highly active, and at times hotly contested, area of technical development.
In New Zealand, a hotly debated bill to allow assisted suicide was defeated in Parliament in 2003.
It also adds an important new member--actually the progenitor--to a hotly pursued family of all-carbon nanomaterials.
The buzz for the opening night--the Friday night screening--was so tremendous, to be chosen was a hotly sought-after privilege.
Another reason so few states have drawn up legislation is that 2004 is expected to be a hotly contested election year, when few politicians--Democrat or Republican--want to put their election chances on the line for such a divisive issue.
Wertheimer was unavailable for comment when we called, but Pingree says, "I'm not sure who's been calling who, but I can say it's a hotly contested debate.