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Hel

(hĕl), in Norse mythology, the underworld (sometimes called Niflheim) and the goddess who ruled there. In early Germanic mythology, Hel was the goddess who ruled the majestic abode for the dead. Later, particularly after the advent of Christianity, Hel became a place of punishment, similar to the Christian hell.

Hel

ruled over world of the dead. [Norse Myth.: Leach, 488]
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"Hel Performance represent the highest performance in brake lines and we are very pleased to have their support."
The Boeing Company is the prime contractor for the HEL MD program.--John H.
Whether the thermal effects of a HEL on a target induce explosion, perforation, burning, or blinding, the effects will be measurable and swift.
Wrth gwrs, rhywbeth cymdeithasol ydi hel llus i fod, a dyma ffonio ffrindiau a theulu (sy'n gallu cerdded yn o bell pan fydd raid).
Barrett, with his pleasing low-toned voice, narrates with skill, taking the time to develop Hel's personality along with his concubine, his deep-voiced Basque friends, the nasty Americans, and other multinational types.
U17 Men: Ben Martin & Adam Peers (Wirral), James Farquar (St Hel S), Joe McKenna (LPS), David Catt, Craig Hoy, James McCully & Mike Quarless.
This week's Hel Achau - which has a comprehensive website has been set up to coincide with the series on www.s4c.co.uk/ helachau - also follows poet Twm Morys as he travels to Strata Florida cemetery to unravel the mystery of the leg, buried without its owner.
As a result of this tremendous growth, HEL ABS issuance now commands a 34 percent share of the ABS market, up from only a 12 percent share in 1993.
Will the client be better off economically if a HEL is used to satisfy the personal debt?
Hel, Norse goddess of the Underworld, tells her story, on her terms, in The Monstrous Child.
has received an order for its Multi-mission Hemispheric Radar-based (MHR) RPS-42 radar system, to be used by a Far-East-based customer for the development and testing of its High Energy Laser (HEL) ground-based tactical weapon system, the company said.