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Things are hotting up in the house and tonight is meant to be the first eviction. The Sun (2009)It was the worst possible time to have a problem because the race was hotting up. Times, Sunday Times (2010)What cannot be denied is that the competition is hotting up. Times, Sunday Times (2007)There are only a couple more episodes to go and this intriguing drama is really hotting up. The Sun (2013) Things are hotting up as fingers are pointed and police come sniffing round. The Sun (2008)There are only nine left and competition is hotting up. The Sun (2015)The couple have only been together for a couple of months but things are hotting up. The Sun (2012) Competition is hotting up again as rivals that were badly hurt have rebuilt. Times, Sunday Times (2010)She was trapped on the rail when the race was hotting up before staying on up the hill. The Sun (2013)Now things were really hotting up. Times, Sunday Times (2006)More organisations are getting involved year on year meaning that competition is hotting up for a place on one of our lists. Times, Sunday Times (2008) Things are hotting up nicely, and not just between the sheets. The Sun (2008) Things are also hotting up on Corrie. The Sun (2008)With competition for staff hotting up, it is not just pay packets that are growing bigger. Times, Sunday Times (2006)So, we reach round three of the battle and things are hotting up. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Neymar is undoubtedly their star man but he might not be afforded so much time and space now the competition is hotting up. The Sun (2014)In fact, things are hotting up. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But the most rubbish acts have gone, so things are hotting up. The Sun (2008)I suppose competition is hotting up now and they are all worried about putting a foot wrong. The Sun (2014)THE races for promotion and the battles for survival are really hotting up at this stage of the season. The Sun (2012)The Championship race is hotting up. The Sun (2007)And competition is hotting up. Times, Sunday Times (2015)THIS year's festival season is hotting up to be one of the warmest on record. The Sun (2009)Tuesday Things are really hotting up in Iraq. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Things are really hotting up in our amazing Dream Team game. The Sun (2010)
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