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  • n. Plural form of hellburner.

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Examples

  • Not long afterwards, he sent the two "hellburners," the 'Fortune' and the

    History of the United Netherlands from the Death of William the Silent to the Twelve Year's Truce, 1585c

  • Why could the Eye Corps not discover who stole Service hellburners?

    The Silent Warrior

  • A standard weapons pack for a heavy cruiser consisted of a dozen tacheads and four hellburners.

    The Silent Warrior

  • He was buying ammunition, everything from pistol cartridges to hellburners.

    Space Viking

  • There had been two hellburners; the cities on which they bad fallen were still-smoking pits literally burned into the ground and the bedrock below, at the center of five hundred mile radii of slag and lava and scorched earth and burned forests.

    Space Viking

  • Staff brass don't like to get caught out in the rain, not when it's raining hellburners and planetbusters.

    The Cosmic Computer

  • A few looked apprehensively at the ceiling, as though expecting the hellburners and planet-busters and nega-matter-bombs at any moment.

    A Slave is a Slave

  • There had been two hellburners; the cities on which they had fallen were still-smoking pits literally burned into the ground and the bedrock below, at the center of five hundred mile radii of slag and lava and scorched earth and burned forests.

    Space Viking

  • "If I have to send him anything, I'll send him a sky full of ships and a planet full of hellburners.

    Space Viking

  • He's heard that there are Space Navy superweapons on Koshchei -- I suppose there are, at that -- and he wants to get a lot of planetbusters and hellburners and annihilators. "

    The Cosmic Computer

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