HOTBED


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HOTBEDHanding on Tradition by Electronic Dissemination (UK)
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Frivaldo, however, clarified that the city is a hotbed of illegal drugs only in relation to the rest of Bicol.
And those flames of passion will make sure our own particular hotbed glows brightly.
RSS claims that Uttarakhand turned into a hotbed of conversions after it was carved out as a separate state from Uttar Pradesh
Well I've got news, the hotbed cooled down decades ago.
Summary: Muscat: The Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region will become a hotbed for projects ...
WASTE-TO-ENERGY business Enviroparks has raised pounds 2.25m from private investor syndicate Hotbed.
CHILDHOOD REBELLION Omar Little: From West Baltimore ghetto, hotbed of drug dealers; robs drug-dealers.
In this week's skirmish, topics include campaign cash, the latest polls in the governor's race, the hotbed of Texas House activity in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and the consequences of the budget crisis.
He said: "Pub kitchens can be a hotbed for safety hazards, and we are concerned that young people who are only employed for a few months through the holidays will be afraid to speak up if they feel their safety is at risk."
IT WAS a local historian who was author of a book many moons ago entitled The Hotbed of Football.
Midlands-based private investor syndicate Hotbed has backed a management buyout at Avocet Hardware, which manufactures screws, nails, fixings and general ironmongery products for the UK's biggest DIY retailers, including B&Q, Focus and Wickes.
THE HEART of Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter is a hotbed of success for a business that has grown to become one of the largest independent TV production companies outside London.