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the hotness of something heated until it turns white

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Jessica Gunning (left) with Imelda Staunton in a scene from Pride and, below, Jessica in White Heat NICOLA DOVE
by giving voters the chance to see how pols stand up to the white heat of live TV in what may now become a three-way fight.
MARTIN O'NEILL has no fears about forging a new defence in the white heat of today's derby.
I do not need to look up Wilson or the white heat of technology--I was part of it (Commentary, PE 8 July).
WHITE HEAT COLD LOGIC: BRITISH COMPUTER ART 1960-1980 EDITED BY PAUL BROWN, CHARLIE GERE, NICHOLAS LAMBERT, AND CATHERINE MASON CAMBRIDGE, MA: MIT PRESS.
Like Smith and Hart, Brenda Wineapple, in White Heat, pairs the poet with a single adjunct figure from the crowded Dickinson mausoleum: Thomas Wentworth Higginson, the Atlantic Monthly essayist to whom she wrote in April 1862 to ask whether her verse was "alive.
The Dickinson found in the pages of Brenda Wineapple's intelligent, delightful White Heat .
In White Heat, Brenda Wineapple explores the quarter-century relationship of Dickinson, the prolific and famously eccentric poet, and Higginson, a minister, political activist, and gentleman-of-all-trades.
Before the Modern Movement's white heat of technology and egalitarian impulses liberated architectural form, buildings were, as they had been for centuries, shaped by more fundamental concerns such as place and climate.
As the temperature of the room became unbearable Mallet's eyes caught glimpse of the white heat coming out of the red flames.
Bowiehad the crowdbuzzingduringa blistering encore of White Light White Heat, Five Years, Suffragette City and Ziggy Stardust.
According to Beat folklore, Kerouac wrote the novel in a three-week white heat, fueled by benzedrine, coffee, and pea soup.
The album closes with "Soft Core," the Carole Pope-Kevan Staples composition that Dusty so seductively delivered, a la Marlene Dietrich, on her album White Heat.
An article in Theatre Arts once described him as a "chipmunk in the white heat of creation.
white light, white heat, red shock; what the hell did it mean?