In Norse mythology, Valhalla represents the majestic palace where dead heroes consort with Valkyries and the Gods.
The closest jail, from which the defendant-inmates would need to be transported daily, is 20 miles away in Valhalla.
McIntyre was 32 years old when he took a job as an engineer on the Valhalla, a fishing trawler moored in Gloucester, Mass.
Plus, Obama is just 23 or 17 votes away from Valhalla, while Romney is 64.
It seems like a recent trend with Valhalla Rising, Drive, and now this.
Odin in his hall of Valhalla thought only of the ways by which he could bring heroes to him to be his help in defending Asgard.
The heroes would protect the beautiful Valhalla in time of danger.
Behind Valhalla towers the gigantic figure of Fate, whose reign is eternal.
No longer would the earth be ruled from fair Valhalla's heights.
Alan wondered if the Valhalla would run into any inspection problems.
heavenly hall in which Odin receives the souls of heroes slain in battle, 1768, from Old Norse Valhöll "hall of the battle-slain;" first element from valr "those slain in battle," from Proto-Germanic *walaz (cf. Old English wæl "slaughter, bodies of the slain," Old High German wal "battlefield, slaughter"), from PIE root *wele- "to strike, wound" (cf. Avestan vareta- "seized, prisoner," Latin veles "ghosts of the dead," Old Irish fuil "blood," Welsh gwel "wound"). Second element is from höll "hall," from PIE root *kel- "to conceal" (see cell). Reintroduced by 18c. antiquaries. Figurative sense is from 1845.