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hulk

1. the body of an abandoned vessel
2. Disparaging a large or unwieldy vessel
3. the frame or hull of a ship, used as a storehouse, etc., or (esp in 19th-century Britain) as a prison
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We are excited about bringing the SPACE HULK experience of the Warhammer 40,000 universe to Consoles.
Aside from helping Mark Rufallo with his Hulk performance through motion-capture, Andy Serkis hinted that he actually has a role in "Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Marcelo's throw-in, close to his own corner flag, was met with a loose pass from Hulk, allowing Eduardo Vargas to feed Sanchez, who drilled the ball past Cesar.
Hulk enjoyed the best form of his career under Villas-Boas whilst at Porto, scoring 36 goals in 51 matches as the Portuguese club won a domestic double plus the Europa League, the report said.
HULK takes advantage of out-of-the-box web server configuration vulnerabilities and spawns 500 threads that collectively stream random GET requests at its website target upon launch, bypassing caching engines to exhaust server resources.
If you believe what they say, Hulk has already left us.
However, Mr Comber's assumption that the force needed to propel the Hulk 400 feet would break concrete is not correct.
Porto have denied any racism, desperately claiming the chants were both sets of supporters calling in support of Hulk and Sergio "Kun" Aguero.
Thrilled Marion said: "I loved Hulk before I met him - but I love him even more now.
It's that spectacular stadium built into the side of a mountain and it would be the perfect home for Hulk.
Ferrigno, who had a role in the comedy starring Paul Rudd, played the Hulk on TV's "The Incredible Hulk" and in films.
Other superheroes turned up and joined forces with Thor to stop Hulk and the Avengers team was born.