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hero

noun brave person, celebrity, champion, conquering hero, conqueror, decorated hero, deity, demigod, fearless soldier, fighter, folk hero, god, goddess, great man, great woman, guardian, heroine, highest type, ideal type, idol, immortal, luminary, man of courage, man of valor, martyr, master, megastar, model, notable, paragon, perfect type, person who serves as a shining example, phoenix, pillar of the community, protector, soldier, stalwart, star, superhero, superstar, tiger, valiant knight, warrior
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I'd like to thank Mario Lemieux, Ron Burkle and the ownership group for showing confidence in me," Shero said via the Penguins' website.
Celebrity DJs FlashB and Shero will mix their beats every weekend on Fridays and Saturdays during the road show to guide participants and entertain mall visitors.
For the argument regarding the parallel between Harlem organizations and IDA, see Jeff Shero, "Blockade and Siege," Rat, May 3-16, 1968, p.
John Shero, deputy chief of administration at Brooke Army Medical Center.
2) For literary antecedents such as Horace's Satire 2,8 and Plato's Symposium see, for example, Bodel 1999, 39-40; Petersmann, 1998, 269-277; Cameron 1969, 367-370; Shero 1923, 126-143, esp.
Penguins general manager Ray Shero said Malkin will be re-evaluated today in Pittsburgh, but could not be more specific about the injury.
And we should not forget the death of another woman aviator, Staff Sergeant Anissa Shero of Grafton, W.
Leo Mathews, president, Allied Construction Products, announced the appointment of Wayne Shero to the district manager position in the South Central territory covering the states of Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arkansas, Louisiana and Tennessee.
Reggie Leach, the high scoring forward who helped Fred Shero build a pair of Stanley Cup champions with the Philapdelphia Flyers in the mid-1970s, is also on board.
He completed two films, Shero (1992), and A Bit of Border (1994): after borrowing money from friends to buy cheap airline tickets to take amateur actors to Iraqi Kurdistan.
Together with the other six - Charles Knight III, Henry Overturf, Walter Sanville, Scott Shero, Donna Williams, and Christopher Floyd - they were also charged with "conspiracy to unlawfully manufacture, receive and possess unregistered destructive devices made with ammonium nitrate.
The list includes live electronic music band Alo Wala, UAE-based MC-trio The Recipe with DJ Shero and DJs Tom Crane, Iamnobodi, Dave Lubin, Megadon, Shef Codes, Shadi Megallaa, James Locksmith, Kev Fresh, Essarai, Frezidante, Mocity, Aeli, Aku Aries and JC Pinto.