- n. Plural form of hero.
“That link leads you to the RNC Facebook home page, which features Republican heroes such as Jackie Robinson, the inclusion of whom made the entire \ "Republican heroes\" bit a laughing stock when it was introduced a couple weeks ago.”
“You Northern men are so slow to believe that our Southern heroes -- Northern _men_ and Southern _heroes_ -- you recognize the distinction I make -- you won't believe that they will keep their promises.”
“The Philippine government prefers the term "heroes of the nation.”
“We use the term "heroes" to describe a majority of the recipients of care under the 9/11 Health and Compensation Act, and hear endless appeals to "never forget.”
“One of their heroes is a serial marrier who left DC in disgrace.”
“The traits I like best in my heroes is their bravery, their tendency to be ruthless (but push-overs when it comes to their female) and their need to do anything in their power to keep and protect those they love.”
“TOTENBERG: Republicans have also criticized Kagan for what they call her heroes: the two judges she clerked for after law school, federal appeals court Judge Abner Mikva and Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall, as well as former Israeli Chief Justice Aharon Barak.”
“Deepak Chopra, who's been spending a lot of time thinking about this, says that âthe themes of the sinners and saints, good and evil, play out with these symbolic representations of what we call heroes and villains.”
“And, of course, having a talking mouse as one of the heroes is always good in a fantasy book.”
“And those people are dying because the government of Mexico is encouraging what they call heroes to go the north, to the United States, to enter this country illegally.”
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Movies or TV shows where the titles are also common words, generally one-word titles.
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I used to sing this as a lullaby to my spawn—till said spawn grew big enough to understand the words, and asked me to sing something else.
Written by Eric Bogle, c. 1971.
Totally ripped off from John.
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