hench


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hench

1. The narrow side of a chimney stack.
2. Same as haunch.
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Annabelle Wallis played Grace, the tragic wife of fierce boss Tommy Shelby (Cillian Murphy, pictured) Kingsman - The Secret Service (2014): Sofia Boutella played Gazella, the blade-legged assassin and hench woman for Samuel L.
Police spokesman Fabian Hench said four people had been severely wounded and a fourth slightly injured.
Now available on DVD Minions (U) sees the little yellow hench creatures on the search for a new villain to serve in 1968 New York City.
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Kevin Hench, Marty Adelstein, Becky Clements
I want to now live in what can only be described as a retirement bungalow for a Bond villain and his hench missus.
Hench is the author of the first chapter introducing 21st century challenges for biomaterials, and the last chapter, on treatment of the dying.
Diana and husband Zachary Hench welcomed their second child, Lukas, in September.
Thursday Sneaky Peats, Edinburgh Spare Danco and Kamico play some of the sexiest sounds and hench beats that you'll hear on a Thursday night.
Hench Control has implemented a technical support center which not only monitors our customer operations but also backs up all alarms, so there is redundancy and a second set of eyes watching the system.
Hench Cornell University Press 334 pp 25 [pounds sterling] ISBN 978 0801448911
Featured Article: Hench PS, Kendall EC, Slocumb CH, Polley HF.
Hench, a staff member of the American Antiquarian Society for more than three decades, recounts this chapter in America's efforts to defeat the enemies of democracy during World War II.