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hot potato

A popular term for a controversial issue, which alludes to the fact that cooked potatoes retain heat because of their high water content, and are thus hard to handle.
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Once your creation is complete, Hot Potatoes can export it as a webpage, and you can copy/paste the code to your site or as a print-ready file if you're making handouts for a class.
Hot Potatoes is actually a software suite comprised of six
Hot Potatoes also gives teachers the option of making answers
All six modules of the Hot Potatoes program suite have several
It should also be noted that Hot Potatoes does not support
Hot Potatoes offers extended support for those who have paid for a
the Bulletin Board Internet help function of Hot Potatoes, accessible
Hot Potatoes will be evaluated according to the following three
A drawback of Hot Potatoes, however, is that it can
We found the six modules of Hot Potatoes logical and easy to use.
Q: Approximately, how many hot potatoes does Fat Jackets sell each year?
COLD AND WARM: A pony braves the weather on Merthyr common and a chicken stays toastie in a jumper GOOD FOOD: Knowsley Safari Park's baboons try to keep warm in the cold snap with hot potatoes TAKING FLIGHT: Spectre the snowy owl likes to have a ride on a sledge in the North Wales snow, pushed along by 10-year-old Jonathan Price PICTURE: Andrew Price/View Finder SLIPPY: Left, a young bird slips on the ice while landing on a frozen lake at Singleton Park in Swansea while, right, Twycross Zoo's mother Noorjahan and baby Ganesh enjoy a stroll in the snow