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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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Heller added, A state without a single nuclear power plant should not have to shoulder the entire nations nuclear waste burden.
In addition to the projects enormous cost to the federal government and promised litigation from the state of Nevada to fight any license application, Heller has highlighted the projects economic consequences to the state and potentially crippling effect on its tourism economy as well as its threats to public safety.
But the main problem here is not one of repetition so much as emphasis: I sometimes got the impression Daugherty had been writing a book on the postwar cultural ethos when he accepted the Heller assignment, whereupon he decided to merge the two, and not always in favor of his nominal subject.
Daugherty [trawls] through seas of journalism and academic criticism in an attempt to cast the bellicose, gluttonous, philandering, putatively magnetic Heller in a positive light.
During the 1990s Heller influenced the positions the chain drug industry debated and adopted to a degree perhaps unequalled by any other industry figure.
Heller added, The Democrats filibuster of our appropriations bills is exactly what led us to the position were in today; and thats why I introduced my No Budget No Pay Act to force Congress to do its job or face the consequences.
Heller is the author or original cosponsor of the following bills that were signed into law in 2017: S.
Those who submit their full applications ahead of the October 31st deadline will then be contacted by Hellers office to schedule an interview with the Academy Selection Panel.