Wicklow's adopted son Daniel Day-Lewis is hotly
tipped to take home his second best actor statuette, this time for There Will Be Blood.
There was some intense, hotly
contested matches being played out there.
Swig's winning bid on the hotly
contested and loftily priced asset is a testament to his bullishness on downtown, whose lagging rents and higher vacancy rates have left many puzzled when a turnaround will take hold.
contested debate about continuing to include records center compartmentation in the upcoming revision of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) NFPA 232 Standard for the Protection of Records 2000 Edition took two surprising twists late last month.
We explain what is at stake, and then look at three hotly
contested elections--one for the Senate, one for the House, and one for Governor.
Poll, 2001, is based on the rows of desks at the Palm Beach County Emergency Operations Center in Florida where vote recounts took place during the hotly
contested 2000 presidential race.
debate why certain copper oxide crystals can conduct electricity without resistance, or superconduct, at temperatures far higher than conventional superconductors can.
Meanwhile, salamander populations worldwide are in decline, for reasons that are hotly
debated by the distressed biologists who study them.
The ethics of this state-controlled industry continues to be hotly
This represents a significant coup against Advanced Micro Devices in the hotly
competitive and relentless race for the creation of faster chips.
These moves put Computer Associates in hotly
competitive markets where heavyweight contenders already are battling.
The final category, outstanding CEO of the year award, has been hotly
contested with some fifteen business leaders nominated so far for this prestigious award.