hot topic


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hot topic

A generic term for any subject of interest to an interview panel or Appointments Committee.
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The proposed idea of hot topic discovery is to utilize the hot single words and explore them forward and backward.
Hot topic prerecognition is basically to aggregate those similar microbloggings, formalize topic clusters, and then rank topic clusters with the count of included posts, the hot velocity, and the hot acceleration.
Hot Topic, meanwhile, said in a statement that the suit came as a "surprise," because the chain holds 11 registered trademarks on the use of the Blackheart name.
From Strictly Come Dancing to Skyfall, the hot topics people in Cardiff chat about online have been captured in Dawes' digital portrait, on show at St David's Hall.
Summary: The upcoming US election is a hot topic around the world right now, and not one Sacha Baron Cohen was about to avoid as The Dictator.
"The new hot topic sessions are all about practice updates, providing you with the knowledge you need in day-to-day practice."
For the launch of Disney's fourth "Pirates of the Caribbean," which sets sail May 20, British marketing agency Five33, which recently opened an office in Los Angeles, has created two displays for a Hot Topic promo that could easily be installed at the Mouse House's theme parks once the pic has bowed in megaplexes.
PRACTITIONERS enthused by a 'hot topic' in contact lenses are being sought by the BCLA for its clinical conference in May.
The top three winners this year were retailer Hot Topic, New York's NYC 311 hotline for government information and nonemergency services, and automotive insurance provider Progressive.