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white-hot

at such a high temperature that white light is emitted
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Currently making waves in the advertising industry for his no-holds-barred approach to advertising, the white-hot creative talent Alex Bogusky has been profiled in Lurzer's Archive, Communication Arts, Graphis, ADWEEK and the April 2002 Creativity (www.
But when it comes to finding the white-hot center of a chaste sentiment, the former Catholic schoolgirl from suburban Chicago proved she's nobody's understudy.
net's deep relationships with national non-profit organizations like High/Scope and Jumpstart provide the company with a key competitive advantage in the white-hot e-learning space," said Aaron Lieberman, founder and CEO of Jumpstart, who serves as the chairman of the board for SchoolSuccess.
Sega, the once white-hot video game company that's fallen into third place behind rivals Sony and Nintendo, is now leaning on cyberspace to restore its hip reputation.
Cadillac Northstar LMP Program Manager Jeff Kettman said, "Throughout the white-hot crucible of Le Mans, the difficulties Cadillac faced were nothing short of colossal.