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heller

and hell raiser
n. a rowdy person; a hell-raising person. (Use caution with hell.) Jimmy is turning out to be a real hell raiser. A bunch of hell raisers kept me up late last night.
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As such, Heller said, his father's belief system prevailed at a time when the Heller family's world collapsed.
By opening his collection with an essay on de Chirico's enigmatically allegorical cityscape, Heller joins a fine tradition of poets who have explored their own poetics by writing about visual art.
He wants Heller to become a first-responder when a customer calls with a problem.
The plant now operates a total of 20 Heller horizontal machining centers in four cells, each automated with a material-handling robot.
Next, Heller examines the historical progression of scientific and religious interactions.
In his art pieces, Heller embellishes the computer-generated branching patterns with color, shading, and other effects by means of image-manipulation software.
What was it about Jerry Heller that explained a popularity and influence so out of proportion to the leverage his stores provided?
Homeowner Heller suffered only a few minor injuries during the scuffle with Howard and Smith.
Included with these novels and plays by Heller is an additional monograph, Conversations with Joseph Heller, edited by Adam J.
Schmiderer and Heller, an artist capable of Gesamtkunstwerke of the most complex and often disarming kind, stick close to their subject.
Fuji Bank will tender all of its holdings of Heller to GE Capital.
No doubt the marketing folks at Simon & Schuster figured that anything, absolutely anything, written by Heller would generate wide publicity and big sales.
Malone's biography of Max Heller (1860-1929) describes the person who served as rabbi of New Orleans's largest Jewish Reform congregation, Temple Sinai, from 1887 through his death.
Heller challenges traditional accounts of the ancien regime developed by Annales school historians such as Fernand Braudel and Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie.
Heller does not say what makes physical objects physical, nor what makes them objects.