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Heck

(hek),
John W., 20th-century U.S. dentist. See: Heck disease.
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The title,KURT COBAIN: MONTAGE OF HECK , takes its name from a musical collage that was created by Cobain with a 4-track cassette recorder in 1988, of which there are two versions; one is about thirty-six minutes long and the other about eight-minutes long.
Heck said during a break in the action at the school this week.
Heck derives approximate dates and locations for the global impacts by using personal and biblical prophecy, genuine crop circles and the 2002 edition of the Andrews Crop Circle Catalogue.
The concentration of neon, produced during cosmic-ray irradiation, allows us to determine the time a grain has spent in interstellar space," Heck said.
I've got one of those "what the heck is happening" questions concerning the battery compartment on the AN/PVS14 night vision device (NVD).
Deluded, dehydrated, mad, Heck wandered toward a tree at the edge of the playa, across the railroad tracks, and approached Trego hot springs.
Whether dealing with the secretaries of the mission boards or her arch nemesis, Fannie Heck, Armstrong remained firm in her convictions.
Dick Cheney, Vice President, "Dick Cheney has done a heck of a job as the Vice President," September 13, 2004
In this wrenching description of the devastation and degradation of war, a naive 18-year-old Iowa farm boy, nicknamed Heck because he never swears, is thrust into France during WW II.
Large trawl yields following the spill probably reflect a reduction in fishing resulting from a broad postspill ban on commercial harvests, Heck says.
Heck asks whether Christianity is inherently a democratic religion and Islam politically oppressive.
Congressman Heck and his extreme Republican friends are part of the problem," the ad said, also attacking his vote on the DREAM Act.