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Hellfire and damnation!

Inf. Damn it! (An oath used to express anger or irritation.) Hellfire and damnation! Turn that radio down! Hellfire and damnation! This is the second time our picnic's been rained out.
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I love what we made and how we went about making it TONY TOST DAMNATION CREATOR
Ellesmere Road, Benwell, where police discovered Exodus Damnation, the so-called legal highs which they seized
The UK Damnation tour will be at Leicester's Soundhouse on August 22, Tamworth's Rockbar on August 23 and Birmingham's Scruffy Murphy's on August 25.
Inspired," "galloping" and "energetic" are some of the words that have been used in reviews to describe "The Formation of Damnation.
From 'deserving' to be a vampire and the paradox of damnation to issues of vampire accountability, The Undead and Philosophy: Chicken Soup for the Soulless is a light-hearted look at vampires which does include a healthy dose of solid philosophical reflection.
In Theology and Secularisation, a pastoral instruction issued at the end of March, 2006, the Spanish bishops say theologians have "disturbed ecclesial life and the faith of simple persons" through their dissent from the hierarchy, false teaching on the person of Jesus Christ, and negation of such "truths of our faith" as "the resurrection of the flesh, individual and final judgement, purgatory, and the real possibility of eternal damnation (hell), or eternal happiness (heaven)" (Tablet, Aug.
Damnation deservedly comes to those who do bad things--damnation first in the Bronx, and then by way of disease, and then in the eternal sense.
The Seven Deadly Sins have been used for centuries to dramatically illustrate the unsavory habits that will send you slip-sliding into damnation.
For instance, the church did not accept his teaching on predestination--that salvation or damnation is known and decided by God before a person's birth--which, while meant to glorify God's grace, can make humans seem like puppets.
In his provocative 1920 essay "The Damnation of Women," W.
Move over, Jon Stewart: Jeremy Hooper says he has the gay answer to all the hellfire and damnation coming from antigay conservatives via the news, and it's helping gay youths.
The smaller panels that accompany certain works are much more akin to the passionate and violent activities catalogued by Dante; they hum with a busy damnation that Hieronymus Bosch and Sandow Birk would appreciate: Skeletons are piled in heaps; warring tribes brandish sticks and gloat over dead animals; bodies hang from trees.
Stories have been repeatedly told about ranting, raving Baptist preachers who only preach sermons on hell and damnation.
Thus, it is not surprising to find that Kofi Annan barely even rates a mention in Volcker's 219-page report, and the UN itself gets praised with faint damnation.
If those whispers are true, it is certainly the case that modern life presents a number of supremely eligible candidates for eternal damnation.