CBS News correspondent Holly Williams describes her life in the world's hot spots.
Television and Internet still function, so information on hot spots around Syria flows freely.
In some ways, the team served as reserve of highly trained security personnel that could be deployed to hot spots.
Least he could do would be to show him around the hot spots some night.
hot spots and cold spots may be found and marked upon the skin.
In his own stands there was no answering shout Stover felt on his cheeks, under his eyes, two hot spots of anger.
The crowd cheered, and he was so encouraged that he cut out the rest of the hot spots and put out the fire single-handed.
hot spot n.
A region in a gene in which there is a high rate of mutation. Its existence depends on the size of the region concerned, the readiness with which the mutation can be detected, and the possibility that selection against mutants at that point is less than that against mutants elsewhere.
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A volcanic area that forms as a tectonic plate moves over a point heated from deep within the Earth's mantle. The source of the heat is thought to be the decay of radioactive elements. The Hawaiian Islands formed as a series of hot spots. See more at tectonic boundary.