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HERCULESHigher European Research Course for Users of Large Experimental Systems (est. 1990)
HERCULESHigh Efficiency and Resolution Canterbury University Large Echelle Spectrograph (New Zealand)
HERCULESHeavy Equipment Recovery Combat Utility Lift Evacuation System (C-130)
HERCULESHeat Exchange Research and Condensation (evaluation)
HERCULESHigh Efficiency Research and Development on Combustion with Ultra Low Emissions for Ships (MAN Diesel and Wartsila co-operative)
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The archers, meanwhile, were stationed within bow shot, with orders to let fly at Hercules the instant that he stirred.
But no sooner did Hercules begin to be scorched, than up he started, with his hair in a red blaze.
At that moment the twenty thousand archers twanged their bowstrings, and the arrows came whizzing, like so many winged mosquitoes, right into the face of Hercules.
It chanced to be the very identical Pygmy who had spoken from the top of the toadstool, and had offered himself as a champion to meet Hercules in single combat.
What in the world, my little fellow," ejaculated Hercules, "may you be?
For once, Hercules acknowledges himself vanquished.
Some writers say, that Hercules gathered up the whole race of Pygmies in his lion's skin, and carried them home to Greece, for the children of King Eurystheus to play with.
In addition, following the recent announcement to sell a 51% interest in FiberVisions, Hercules has streamlined its remaining businesses into two groups: Aqualon and Paper Technologies and Ventures.
The primary mission of the Marine Hercules is to conduct aerial refueling.
Hercules will market through a European Exclusive Agreement ATI's new ALL-IN-WONDER products including ALL-IN-WONDER RADEON 8500DV technology in retail and distribution channels.
The usurpation of the Hercules image by the Medici began with the commission of Cosimo dei Medici to Pollaiuolo for a series of paintings depicting the labors of Hercules for the new family palace on the via Larga.
Rhadamanthus, Hercules' tutor, killed by Hercules when he punishes the boy.