The health-care volunteers working in the 2014 hot zone(s) are true heroes, persons of remarkable strength and humanity.
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The letter closes with noble words of faith and hope from the hot zone where screw-ups are met each day with selfless courage.
The hot zone that evening was an afterparty for Distortion, a group show at the Gervasuti Foundation on the Fondamenta S. Anna.
Liberia, once the hot zone, now reports 7,719 cases, while Guinea has 2,283.
All things are grandest in the hot zone, from mountains to plagues.
Then I was sea-sick, and when we got into the hot zone—my, how bad I was!
In the hot zone near the equator the sun heats the air continually; hence the air there ascends.
Another day he is in the hot zone of the larger valley floors, the home of the Machigangas.
This hot zone extends right around the middle part of the earth.