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of the hour

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishof the hourof the hourNOWimportant at a particular time, especially the present time one of the burning questions of the hourthe hero/man of the hour (=someone who does something very brave, is very successful etc at a particular time) hour
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of the hourBy the end of the hour interview we had found that we liked each other.It seems to me that he was waylaid and killed round about a quarter or half of the hour past six.Yeltsin was the hero of the hour.Party chairman Chris Patten, the tragic hero of the hour, arrived shortly after 11.00 for a lengthy post-mortem.You ought to be the man of the hour.That's what makes Bush the man of the hour, for these are indisputably good times.It was only a question of the hour.They were the pioneers of a new human experiment in the West and seemed the men and women of the hour.
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