Prepositions after "hell-bent"

hell-bent on, in, at, for or upon?

In 96% of cases "hell-bent on" is used

He's hell-bent on breaking that reality.

They knew I would be hell-bent on stopping.

He is hell-bent on destroying this country.

He or she springs from a family that is hell-bent on looking good to the outsiders.

The community is hell-bent on getting involved in something bigger than themselves.

You'll be likely to break it, exposing swarms of angry insects hell-bent on revenge.

Today's society is hell-bent on earning a fast buck and the importance of good conduct and values is fast fading.

These are people who are hellbent on speeding up the process and transforming their next date into a life partner.

The militias may be hellbent on portraying the Bani Walid population as hardcore Ghaddafi-ites, but I smell a rat.

As said, I have already been told that we will have to join UJ by the WP, and they are hellbent on being difficult.

In 2% of cases "hell-bent in" is used

I'd seriously hell-bent in doing this.

We are hell-bent in the other direction, and that's a tragedy.

Oh boy, we went hell-bent in our tactics as we had never done before.

But the obstinacy of the hell-bent in clinging to ungodly things prevents that communion.

Government prosecutors thru Justice Secretary Leila de Lima are hell-bent in solving the Maguindanao massacre.

How can this be? Surely another arm of the ACT Territory and Municipal Services has been hell-bent in killing kangaroos.

Why is the humanoid alien in hibernation so mean and hell-bent in destroying the earth? Damn, here I go again asking why! 6.

We are victorious in life, accomplished in our pursuits, and hell-bent in the quest for our true purpose and earthly desires.

Now, why does Umbrella Corporation so hellbent in eliminating mankind while, I suppose, they profit from selling weapons to the human? I have no idea.

In 1% of cases "hell-bent upon" is used

Muslims all over the world have taken to streets, protesting about the movie and are hell-bent upon destroying US embassies.

The new batsman, Russell Waugh, walked briskly towards the centre, hell-bent upon saving the team from the third wicket in three balls.

They are complemented by a mostly exiled microcosm of Sri Lankan society -- composed of all ethnic and religious groups -- hell-bent upon demonising the government and its political leadership.