(v. t.) The place of the dead, or of souls after death; the grave; -- called in Hebrew sheol, and by the Greeks hades.
(v. t.) The place or state of punishment for the wicked after death; the abode of evil spirits. Hence, any mental torment; anguish.
(v. t.) A place where outcast persons or things are gathered
(v. t.) A dungeon or prison; also, in certain running games, a place to which those who are caught are carried for detention.
(v. t.) A gambling house.
(v. t.) A place into which a tailor throws his shreds, or a printer his broken type.
(v. t.) To overwhelm.
(1) In the far east is the arid, depressed country leading down Hell’s Canyon, which bottoms out at the Snake River, which the wolves crossed when they moved from Idaho, and which they now treat more as a crosswalk than a barrier.
(2) It’s gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, social background, and – most important of all, as far as I’m concerned – diversity of thought.” Diversity needs action beyond the Oscars | Letters Read more He may have provided the Richard Littlejohn wishlist from hell – you know the one, about the one-legged black lesbian in a hijab favoured by the politically correct – but as a Hollywood A-lister, the joke’s no longer on him.
(3) In a 2011 interview with the Financial Times he said: “JPMorgan doesn’t have a chance in hell of not coming up with a big settlement.” He claimed: “There were people at the bank who knew what was going on.” The payment brings the total of fines imposed on JP Morgan to nearly $20bn in the past year.
(4) What the hell is the point of cops looking like this?
(5) And this was always the thing with the British player, they were always deemed never to be intelligent, not to have good decision-making skills but could fight like hell for the ball.
(6) As one source close to the inquiry put it: “There was a hell of a lot of dirty stuff going on.” Two earlier Yard inquiries had failed to investigate the relevant notes in Mulcaire’s logs.
(7) And what the hell do bears get up to in those woods?
(8) Instead, because of other people, it all too often becomes something else: a complete and utter hell.
(9) The country’s other attractions include a burning pit at “the door to hell” in the Darvaza crater, and rarely seen stretches of the silk road, the region’s ancient trade route.
(10) One hell of a party” it ain’t, but it is great to know that you are appreciated while you are still able to hear it.
(11) One neighbour said: “Janet’s done nothing wrong and this must be hell for her.” This article was corrected on 25 March 2017.
(12) You can argue about what constitutes a race “riot” these days – and why the hell we are seeing teargas every other evening in the suburbs, or Jim Crow-reminiscent police dogs in the year 2014.
(13) Downtown LA is improving, but for years it was a desolate hell zone of freeways, office blocks and closed stores.
(14) With an out-of-session Congress deadlocked over immigration reform and right-wing lawmakers hell-bent on “sealing the border”, the White House faces intense pressure to do something – anything – about immigration, after years of burying a civil rights crisis in a mire of political tone-deafness and jingoistic bombast.
(15) Nobody is sure what dangerous chemical imbalance this would create but the Fiver is convinced we'd all be dust come October or November, the earth scorched, with only three survivors roaming o'er the barren landscape: Govan's answer to King Lear, ranting into a hole in the ground; a mute, wild-eyed pundit, staring without blinking into a hole in the ground; and a tall, irritable figure standing in front of the pair of them, screaming in the style popularised by Klaus Kinski, demanding they take a look at his goddamn trouser arrangement, which he has balanced here on the platform of his hand for easy perusal, or to hell with them, for they are no better than pigs, worthless, spineless pigs.
(16) In a 2011 interview with the Financial Times he said: “JPMorgan doesn’t have a chance in hell of not coming up with a big settlement.” He claimed: “There were people at the bank who knew what was going on,” an assertion that JP Morgan has consistently claimed is false.
(17) He said the French government had opened the "gates of hell" and "fallen into a trap much more dangerous than Iraq, Afghanistan and Somalia".
(18) The question about what the hell am I doing standing in, might be raised.
(19) And when Israel is hit, it is going to be a hell, hundreds of rockets are going to fall on it.
(20) It's been a wonderful game of football, with both sides going hell-for-leather and it couldn't be more even as things stand: all square on the scoreboard, with each aside having scored an away goal.
(n.) To cut the turf from, as for burning.
(n.) The salted stomach of a calf, used in making cheese; a rennet bag.
(1) The CPS, which has endured cuts of 27.5% in its budget under the coalition government, is already reviewing failed high-profile prosecutions such as those of the actors Michael Le Vell and Bill Roache as well as Evans.
(2) Bacillus subtilis 430A, isolated from the Vernonia herbacea (Vell Rusby) rhizosphere, produced an exocellular inulinase that fits the requirements for the production of syrups on an industrial scale.
(3) A trypsin inhibitor was isolated as a homogenous protein from the seeds of guapuruvu-tree (Schizolobium parahyba (Vell.)
(4) Inevitably, again, in the wake of the Jimmy Savile scandal, attention has turned to the failed prosecutions of a series of celebrities including Coronation Street actors William Roache , Michael Le Vell and Andrew Lancel.
(5) In this paper we present the healing of 100 patients with chronic cervicitis and cervico-vaginitis by the antiinflammatory effect of hidroalcoolic extract of Schinus aroeira Vell.
(6) The CPS is under pressure after a string of unsuccessful cases involving sexual assault and rape allegations against public figures, including Evans, Bill Roache and Michael Le Vell .
(7) Bisnordihydrotoxiferine, a dimeric tertiary indole alkaloid obtained from the root bark of Strychnos trinervis (Vell.)
(8) Average activity recovered from fetal vells at the 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th mo of development represented 2, 7, 12, and 31% of the activity per vell, and 8, 14, 22, and 38% of the activity per unit vell weight, of that recovered from high quality calf vells.
(9) When an average of one cell per well was introduced, the portion of vells with single clones for hybridomas of various origins ranged from 5.4% to 37.5%.
(10) Abomasa (vells) were removed from 30 fetal calves at each of the 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th mo of development.
(11) The most talked about storylines involve the actors rather than the characters they play: Coronation Street's William Roache , who faces charges of rape, and Michael Le Vell , who has been acquitted of rape charges, not to mention Chris Fountain's outing as a misogynist amateur rapper on YouTube.