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in a heated manner

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Which we have hotly argued in the Gardens to the detriment of our dignity.
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).
Summary: Volkswagen have unveiled the hotly anticipated new Golf in Berlin.
May 28, 2012 (KHARTOUM) -- The Sudanese army known as SAF has redeployed troops out of the hotly contested region of Abyei at the behest of African Union (AU) mediator Thabo Mbeki, the country's official news agency, SUNA, reported on Monday.
Now they are set to release their hotly anticipated third album, A Flash Flood of Colour, on Monday.
Summary: MEXICO CITY: The Mexican government says talks with Austria on the temporary return of a feather headdress associated with the last Aztec emperor could be a model for the return of other hotly contested artifacts.
Our topics this week include the renewed debate over concealed handguns on campus, the advantages of not debating or talking to the press and the hotly contested battle between Congressman Chet Edwards and Republican Bill Flores in CD-17.
Star performers include Neal's Yard, who won the hotly contested categories for Best British Beauty Brand and
The hotly anticipated film was due for release last year but has been put back to July and will be the first of two instalments.
A NORTH East record company is expecting one of its best years to date after recording some of its most hotly anticipated albums.
This hotly contested Social Housing Cup competition run by the Chartered Institute of Housing is part of a two-stage knock-out competition with teams from the North and South of the country battling it out for a place in the final next month.
* 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.
The bill includes $50 million for the hotly debated Northstar commuter-rail project, education, environmental, public safety and transportation projects around the state, and local projects such as the Shubert Theater in Minneapolis and arenas in Bemidji, Duluth and Marshall.