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HEROHealth and Environmental Research Online (US EPA)
HEROHouston Equal Rights Ordinance (Houston, TX)
HEROHemodialysis Reliable Outflow (dialysis catheter)
HEROHigher Education and Research Opportunities (UK)
HEROHazards of Electromagnetic Radiation to Ordnance
HEROHealth Enhancement Research Organization
HEROHome Economics Related Occupations (Future Homemakers of America)
HEROHigh Efficiency Reverse Osmosis
HEROHistoric Endurance Rallying Organisation (UK)
HEROHighway Emergency Response Operator (Georgia Department of Transportation, Atlanta)
HEROHigh Energy Replicated Optics (NASA)
HEROHyper Extremely Red Object (astronomy)
HEROHelicopter Emergency Rescue Operation (computer game; aka Helicopter Equipped Rescue Operation)
HEROHome Educators Resource Organization
HEROHealth and Environmental Rescue Organization
HEROHonesty, Empathy, Respect, Open-Mindedness
HEROHyperspectral Environment and Resource Observer (Canadian Space Agency satellite)
HEROHighway Emergency Response Operations (Australia)
HEROHeart of England Recorder Orchestra (Coventry, England)
HEROHome Energy and Resources Organization
HEROHelping Everyone Realize Opportunities
HEROHelicopter Emergency Reconnaissance Observer (USACE)
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They encouraged the struggling hero with cries, and jeered the villain, hooting and calling attention to his whiskers.
In the hero's erratic march from poverty in the first act, to wealth and triumph in the final one, in which he forgives all the enemies that he has left, he was assisted by the gallery, which applauded his generous and noble sentiments and confounded the speeches of his opponents by making irrelevant but very sharp remarks.
It told of the dispute between Agamemnon and Menelaus, the departure from Troy of Menelaus, the fortunes of the lesser heroes, the return and tragic death of Agamemnon, and the vengeance of Orestes on Aegisthus.
But precisely to the hero is BEAUTY the hardest thing of all.
For this is the secret of the soul: when the hero hath abandoned it, then only approacheth it in dreams--the superhero.--
"It is then that the charioteer arose, and he put on his hero's dress of charioteering.
The hero's wife and one child, the hobby-horse, the doctor, the foreign gentleman who not being familiar with the language is unable in the representation to express his ideas otherwise than by the utterance of the word 'Shallabalah' three distinct times, the radical neighbour who will by no means admit that a tin bell is an organ, the executioner, and the devil, were all here.
One of them, the actual exhibitor no doubt, was a little merry-faced man with a twinkling eye and a red nose, who seemed to have unconsciously imbibed something of his hero's character.
Next day, the third of March, soon after one o'clock, two hundred and fifty members of the English Club and fifty guests were awaiting the guest of honor and hero of the Austrian campaign, Prince Bagration, to dinner.
But the army, the Russian army, everyone declared, was extraordinary and had achieved miracles of valor.The soldiers, officers, and generals were heroes. But the hero of heroes was Prince Bagration, distinguished by his Schon Grabern affair and by the retreat from Austerlitz, where he alone had withdrawn his column unbroken and had all day beaten back an enemy force twice as numerous as his own.
you ran from another clap," said Julia, laughing till her dark eyes flashed with pleasure, and shaking her head until her glossy hair fell in ringlets over her shoulders; "you will never make a hero, Charles."
The Prime Minister out of office is seen, too often, to have been but a pompous rhetorician, and the General without an army is but the tame hero of a market town.