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superhot

(ˌsuːpəˈhɒt)
adj
informal extremely popular or successful
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Summary: Kyoto Prefecture [Japan], Aug 19 (ANI): Nintendo Switch is getting two new titles today, the first-person shooter 'Superhot' and top-down shooter 'Hotline Miami'.
And what you get is whole carbonized chunks of wood that burn superhot and produce a natural-wood smoke flavor, which is how Charles Olalia cooked all the dishes in this story.
SUPERHOT took a crazy idea and pulled it off to, well, perfection.
Channel and Pistakee lakes were superhot locations for finding excellent walleye action while Lake Catherine seemed to favor muskie growth probably because of the tremendous forage base and greed cabbage base.
Fourteen billion years ago, when the superhot, ultra-dense speck that was our universe expanded, hydrogen was formed.
The 8-hour tour goes to Geysir geothermal area, Gullfoss waterfall, Thingvellir National Park (a 'GOT' location), Kerid volcanic crater, and Fridheimar horse farm (where there's a superhot farmer who serves ice cream with honey-fire and ice, indeed).
Target, meanwhile, has a PSVR headset bundled with "Creed: Rise to Glory" and "Superhot" for $250.
HaloSat detects X-rays with energies between 400 and 2,000 electron volts, which enables it to find emission from ionized oxygen associated with superhot halo gas.
Hawaii sits on a hot spot, an area where superhot, liquid rock called magma rises from deep within Earth.
He remarked: "Our findings suggest that the Sun may also experience a 'born-again' process while it is dying out in about 5 billion years from now; but way before that event, our earth will be engulfed by the Sun when it turns into a superhot red giant and nothing living will survive."
Superhot VR, for instance, hyper-charged an inventive time-bending shooter into a thrilling, Matrix-esque bullet-time VR blast.
Superhot VR, Robo Recall and The Climb are among the games that tend to top most user's "Must Buy" lists.