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  • noun Plural form of Hebe.

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Examples

  • The Hebes can snuff Hamas out in less time than it takes to blink sn eye.

    The Invasion | ATTACKERMAN

  • The owners are constantly taking cuttings not just on many species and cultivar Salvias but Hebes and so many other delectable plants.

    Red In January « Fairegarden

  • Hebes Chasma is an enclosed trough, almost 8000 m deep, in Valles Marineris, the Grand Canyon of Mars, where water is believed to have flowed.

    Mars: Grand Canyon

  • The men hurled them at me, and everyone missed but Hebes.

    Wildfire

  • Hebes,” I called down, “get your drunken horse home while he can still trot, ein?”

    Wildfire

  • Sadly the uninformed lumpen prolateriat can only rely on the myths of their infancy since they stopped listening and reading shortly before growing hair above their testes and they KNOW that you can't trust the Hebes 'cos their mummy told them so. phil

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  • The men hurled them at me, and everyone missed but Hebes.

    Wildfire

  • Hebes,” I called down, “get your drunken horse home while he can still trot, ein?”

    Wildfire

  • Hebes,” I called down, “get your drunken horse home while he can still trot, ein?”

    Wildfire

  • The men hurled them at me, and everyone missed but Hebes.

    Wildfire

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