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hot shoe
 n.— «Anyone who gets behind the wheel of a race car is taking a risk, but a “hotshoe” is someone who travels at higher-than-usual speeds and takes unusually risky chances.» —“The hotshoe flipped at the chicane: What? Series: GRAND PRIX 88″ by Tom Jones St. Petersburg Times (Florida) Oct. 20, 1988. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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