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hellfire

1. the torment and punishment of hell, envisaged as eternal fire
2. characterizing sermons or preachers that emphasize this aspect of Christian belief
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Since its initial deployment, the MTS-916 family has been steadily expanded to support the testing of MAU-169 Paveway kits (Laser), the AGM-65E/E2, L Maverick, and the AGM-114 Hellfire missile families.
The newest version of the laser-guided Hellfire costs about $120,000.
Acquisition officials estimate the HELLFIRE facility in Qatar will save the Army more than $55 million during the next three years.
If the existing Hellfire version is so fantastically accurate, then what is the need for the "Romeo II" upgrade?
Now an even more lethal version of the missile is close to being fielded, the report said, adding that it wraps all of the killer applications of previous Hellfire II models into a single warhead for greater operational flexibility, according to its maker, Lockheed Martin Corp.
We called Air Combat Command's weapons folks, who said the Air Force used to get its Hellfire missiles from the Army.
To be fair, the goings-on in the Hellfire Club seem curiously restrained here, certainly when compared to the private lives of some of the characters, but the murders are fascinating and Rawlings is helped in his investigations by a visiting American doctor who could quite easily have stepped out of the pages of a Sherlock Holmes story a century and more later.
The laser-homing, helicopter-launched Lockheed Martin AGM-114 Hellfire II has recently found a new lease on life, since its relatively light (45 kg) weight allows it to arm the General Atomics MQ-1 Predator drone.
1349 Hellfire (Candlelight)--One of the best black thrash outfits I know of, 1349 hails from Norway and features Frost on drums and other well-know legends.
Driving the Predator's popularity are its two AGM-114 Hellfire missiles, sophisticated sensors and cameras feeding full-motion video to ground troops and aircraft.
The Hellfire missiles, M-60 machine gun, ammunition, and other tactical gear from the previous night's missions were not removed from the aircraft.
Yet Chan--who previously has paired such seemingly incongruous aesthetics and philosophies as those of Charles Fourier and Henry Darger--here added a blast of hellfire from the book of Leviticus and peopled his Beckettian stage with, among others, the digital likenesses of the late rapper Biggie Smalls and film-maker Pier Paolo Pasolini, twenty birds, and a bat.