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Hot

Used in the context of general equities. Active, usually with positive price implications.

Hot

Informal; describing an active security. That is, a hot security is one that is traded frequently.
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Definition 1: Given a network G and a multicast group g, the hotness of v [member of] G is defined as [h.sub.v].
The 'hotness' level though was a bit too much for my comfort!
I paid a pre-opening visit to the new Downtown Dubai restaurant (it's part of what's becoming a hub of food hotness, sitting next door to the dreamy Le Serre) in December, and I'm still talking about it.
His Hotness, Harry, 18, was seen holding hands with the We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together singer at the US X Factor studios on Thursday where she was performing.
With an extensive variety of products that vary in the level of hotness and spiciness, there will be one that is suited for your palate!
The packaging notes the level of hotness, ranging from mild to hot.
"No hotness, this is a wonderful beer, a pleasure to drink," Tess said.
In a press release consisting of four related propositions, McKenzie situated Aicher's theories of color temperature within a wider exploration of hotness and coolness.
Her Royal Hotness, as we're now supposed to call her, graces the cover of no less than three major lifestyle magazines this week, all proclaiming their love (and supposedly the world's obsession) for the eldest Middleton sister.
AKA Her Royal hotness. The most eligible woman on the planet right now.
Kate's pretty sister drew admiring comments in her tight fitting Alexander McQueen dress - and has now been nicknamed 'Your Royal Hotness'.
Former Edinburgh University student Pippa was crowned Her Royal Hotness by fans and a Facebook page in tribute to her bum quickly gathered more than 50,000 fans.