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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
Associated concepts: Good Samaritan laws
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In fact, remembers Malik, Scott Heron wore a Black Caucus t-shirt on the night of the gig.
James was born July 4, 1936 in Woburn, the son of the late Peter Francis and Hedwig (Sampson) Heron.
Heron is currently serving a nine-year sentence for abuse he carried out on four youngsters in the 1970s and 80s.
Mr Heron was born in Walker, Newcastle, in July 1934.
Yesterday, Heron was found guilty of acting in a manner likely to endanger the aircraft and people on board.
There is no cancellation about Herons (Israeli-made UAVs), but there is examination," Vecdi Gonul told reporters who asked about media reports claiming that Turkey cancelled the deal.
On the first occasion, an adult Grey Heron was seen with a rail of unknown age in its beak.
Mr Heron, who had been released on bail, was due to appear at Teesside Crown Court later this month and was expected to formally enter a plea of not guilty.
If Crest Nicholson does not provide information on the business before May 4, then Heron will not make an offer for the upmarket housebuilder, it said yesterday.
Blue Heron Communications has been a part of the Smith & Wesson media relations programs since 1991.
The firm will continue to operate under the Heron Ltd.
Brian Davies / The Register-Guard Clutching a branch destined for its nest, a Great Blue Heron spreads its wings above the Delta Ponds in Eugene, where a growing heron rookery, or heronry, has been established.