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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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What: The further adventures of the British naval hero.
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A NORTH East naval hero will be honoured at a special ceremony next week.
A PLAQUE has been unveiled to a World War II naval hero.
A MARKET town's strong links with a North East naval hero will be further strengthened with the unveiling of a sculpture to honour his memory.
After the Falklands War, Maggie Thatcher invited Chief Petty Officer Mick Fellows, a naval hero who tackled an unexploded bomb on HMS Antrim, to JDowning Street.
London, Oct 25 (ANI): A team of international treasure hunters led by Pat Croce, are close to finding the final resting place of British Naval hero Sir Francis Drake.
This is where it is believed the pirate and American naval hero, John Paul Jones, landed during the American War of Independence.

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