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The iconography of the battler was superseded by Howard's appropriation of mateship and the fair go.
Interestingly, Australian cinema has begun to adopt the battler as a dramatic figure.
Unfortunately we didn't get to ride on any but Kemik and Battler had to stop every few yards for photographs
The Hammers have been holding out for pounds 5m for their Newcastle-born battler but are not going to find any takers at that inflated price.
21 remains on the schedule, while the Crescent City Oaks replaces the Battler Star in the 3-year-old filly division.
by COLIN BRENNAN CANCER battler Majella O'Donnell has had her first haircut and colour since she shaved her head on The Late Late Show.
He had a hard race at Leopardstown the last time all right but he's a real battler and is a very consistent horse, so hopefully he can give a good account," said Weld.
Former Redcar and Cleveland mayor and Motor Neurone Disease battler Mike Findley was among those awarded the MBE, as was disabled kids' swimming instructor Sue Clarke, 47, of Eaglescliffe.
BATTLER Janine Richardson has survived meningitis and is now fighting to help other people.
WALES battler Carl Robinson is what Harry Redknapp likes - a gamble he cannot lose - the player being paid only when he plays.
A battler, a real talent - but we are not going to be able to get him.
She's a real battler and I'm so thankful for everything the doctors did.