hellfire


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Synonyms for hellfire

Synonyms for hellfire

a place of eternal fire envisaged as punishment for the damned

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He was the one who made sure Katherine was in Hell when the hellfire hit.
During those demonstrations, a MD-500 helicopter and Cessna C-208 airplane used the stores management system to launch and guide Hellfire missiles during 35 target engagements, according to a news release.
I can add that in addition to those Hellfire missiles through our FMS (Foreign Military Sales) programme we will also be providing 10 ScanEagle surveillance UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) in the upcoming weeks and 48 Raven surveillance UAVs later this year.
50, available from The |THE GOD of Hellfire and his six |piece band will play Saltburn's Spa Hotel tonight.
The Apache then let off some Hellfire missiles and its 30mm cannon and 'boom'.
Of interest to students of eighteenth century cultural history as well as general readers, this volume on the history of Irish Hellfire Clubs examines the myths and facts surrounding these organizations of wealthy libertines.
The HELLFIRE team returned nearly half of those missiles back into theater combat stocks, said Lt.
What are the accuracy, reliability and failure problems of the current Hellfire version that require such an expensive correction?
The cylindrical, 49-kilogram missile, known as Hellfire II, has been the weapon of choice on remotely piloted aircraft such as the General Atomics MQ-1A Predator and the MQ-9 Reaper.
Army pilots used Hellfire missiles and cannon fire to destroy a communications facility and military pick-up trucks overnight on Saturday.
CDATA[ Muslims believe that all non-Muslims, bar none, are hellfire bound and well-deserve being maltreated compared to believers.
SCOTS troops backed by deadly Hellfire missiles have smashed a team of Taliban bomb-makers in a daring night raid into enemy territory.
A Hellfire semi-active laser seeker was used to confirm pulse repetition frequency code data points.
Although overwhelmingly used by the RAF for reconnaissance and surveillance tasks, the aircraft carry a typical complement of four Lockheed Martin AGM-114P Hellfire air-to-surface missiles and two GBU-12 226kg (500lb) laser-guided bombs, and can engage in strike missions.