One does not have wages just for the heck of it; one has wages to keep one’s wife and family.

A captain is no longer the lord and master and able to do what the heck he likes.


My certainty is that there is a heck of a shortage of medicines, and large number of babies are dying.

The victims of their crimes must have wondered what the heck was going on; their taxes were paying for those junkets.

We can debate what the figure should be, and work it out, but a heck of a lot of people are involved.

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Who the heck believes that anyone in docklands built a flat for £300,000?

The trend in that respect is encouraging, but we have one heck of a long way to go.

A heck of a lot of the cash that has been passed on to local authorities for council housing comes from the benefit scheme.

There will be one heck of a furore when the mineworkers realise how this provision and that of the early retirement scheme will affect them.

Even if that is a notional figure and the number rises only to 58, that is one heck of an increase.

Nine hundred and thirty million pounds is one heck of a sum of money.

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If they do not, they will have a heck of a lot of difficulty with the trade unions.

I should think that it is impossible for anyone outside to understand what the heck is going on!

What the heck does “good reasons to believe” mean?

Even when he is young, twenty-two years is a heck of a long time for him to commit himself.

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