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Noun1.hot issue - newly issued stock that is in great public demand
stock - the capital raised by a corporation through the issue of shares entitling holders to an ownership interest (equity); "he owns a controlling share of the company's stock"
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Apart from this, issue like bringing to justice the perpetrators of the 26/11 attack, terror camps operating across the LoC are also expected to be discussed and Samjhauta Express blast probe are expected to be the hot issues in the two day meeting.
If you are interested in learning more about other hot issues in your state and around the country, please check out IREM's Public Policy webpage at www.
The nine to-11-yearolds from Primrose Hill Community School in Kings Norton are expected to raise hot issues of the day including the sale of Cadbury, and the recession.
Here's an A-Z encyclopedia of hot issues and modern topics, with chapters offering in-depth discussions of single topics from conservative analysis and standpoint.
Although many "Symptoms" are hot issues, the design and tone of the article phrased them from the perspective of challenges instead of problems.
Clearly free speech and tolerance are hot issues these days.
In Up in the Sky #1, 1997, for example, black-clad nuns ominously emerge from an indeterminate desert waste toward a mother and child; there's no clear narrative but a spectacularly artificial, carefully choreographed, hyperdetermined surplus of cues and hot issues.
While compliance issues may not be front burner items right now, they become hot issues if a complaint is filed or an audit is requested.
The story deals with the hot issues that our black teenagers struggle with today: alcoholism, low self-esteem, sex, STDs and teenage pregnancy.
Hicks gave the group an update of hot issues in the International area, addressing the recently issued transfer pricing service regulations and the FSC/ETI replacement.
Line Drive" (page 36) details predictions that medical-liability reform proposals will be hot issues for Congress and state legislatures again this year.
When I started in this position a little more than two years ago, I leaned heavily on the staff and education experts Dan Kinnaman, Gil Dyrli and Gary Stager to teach me the hot issues in education, the principles behind those issues, and the business landscape in the K-12 arena.