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the underworld

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for the hell of it

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give someone hell

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hell for leather

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raise hell

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  • cause a disturbance
  • run riot
  • go wild
  • raise Cain
  • be loud and noisy

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excruciating punishment

to behave riotously

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Book One set the scene; My Date From Hell continues the saucy, lively saga as Persephone (a.k.a.
A romantic weekend in the country did little to improve matters when the rural getaway proved to be a ghost town with its own crazy sheriff and a peopleeating soul from hell living in the local mine.
Any library or individual owning and enthusiastic about Niven and Pournelle's INFERNO will relish ESCAPE FROM HELL, a survey of science fiction writer and Dante's hell survivor Alan Carpenter, who is haunted by his trials and who must return to hell to liberate souls trapped there unfairly.
A demanding man named Fleck appears, claiming to have risen from hell after being killed by a man named Rusty.
Only now have they viewed the images from that day, for ITV's Weddings From Hell programme.
The reason for the most important event in the Christian calendar is that Christ died for our sins according to the scriptures, so that he could save us from hell if we trust him (John 3.16).
Muscling their way into theatres and drive-ins dominated by Hollywood product, Toronto-shot films such as A Dangerous Age (1958), The Bloody Brood (1959), The Ivy League Killers (1959), A Cool Sound from Hell (1959) and The Mask (1961) were thrilling audiences several years before the English-Canadian film industry's widely acknowledged official birthdate in 1964--with the release of Don Owen's classic Nobody Waved Good-Bye.