- n. A heroic person, particularly one with exaggerated bravery and leadership characteristics.
- From a character in Star Trek. (Wiktionary)
“As THE SENITE transporter scrambled his molecules, Captain Kirk had no idea where he was headed, but he didn’t expect to end up where he had already been.”
“Despite the happy hordes milling around Dohama, Captain Kirk had no desire to spend the rest of his days in mindless carousing.”
“Captain Kirk bade Belkot and his crew good-bye and left them to their work.”
“CONSTANT RAIN CHILLED Captain Kirk to the marrow of his exhausted bones, but every pull of the oar brought them closer to the island, he hoped.”
“The two Angirans rose and joined Captain Kirk by the window where he was enjoying the view.”
“Captain Kirk would have made a fine speech about how cultures needed to change and grow and overcome their warlike natures naturally the way Earthlings had, but Glory was tired and she didn't have a scriptwriter handy anyway.”
“In one episode of the original Star Trek TV series “Mirror, Mirror,” number 39, Captain Kirk enters a parallel universe where he meets a rather sinister, bearded Mr. Spock, plus other unsavory doubles of the nice-in-our-universe crew.”
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