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While Balakrishnan idolised these tyrants - who together are responsible for the deaths of up to 100 million people - he also wanted to be superior to them.
He will be sadly missed, both by those who were lucky enough to meet him and those who idolised him from afar.
IDOLISED Robbie idolised his granny, who hailed from Captain's Road in Dublin's Crumlin.
FOOTBALLER Joey Barton was told to set an example to fans who idolised him by the judge who spared him jail.
5m was plunged into debt after ``misconduct and mismanagement'', with its idolised preacher drawing a large unauthorised wage from worshippers' donations, a probe showed yesterday.
The 21-year-old, who plays a porn star idolised by an infatuated neighbour in new film The Girl Next Door, was targeted by the stalker in Toronto.
And he has made it clear on numerous occasions that he is desperate to play for the team he idolised on Tyneside as a youngster.
I'd rather not watch men I once idolised stumbling around and losing to mediocrities.
Mr Thomson's wife,Elizabeth, 79, was the primary school teacher whom the young Sir Alex idolised as a youngster in Glasgow.
He may not be perfect, but he's idolised by men who know they will never have the looks of Brad Pitt, the body of Sly Stallone and the mind of Stephen Hawking - but who wants any of that anyway when there's pizza and Duff beer?
Thousands of soccer fans across the world idolised the Belfast legend for playing heavenly football week in, week out.
Mourinho returns to Porto for only the second time since lifting the trophy with them before joining the Blues in 2004 - and he's ready to face down a cauldron of hate from the Dragao Stadium fans who once idolised him.