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Q. Will drinking make me a handsome hero? My friend who is working in the movie making corporation told me that the secret behind the heroes & heroines is ‘drinking’. Will drinking make me a handsome hero?

A. this is completely false. drinking will not make you a handsome hero.

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| 1805: Lord Nelson, English naval hero, was killed at the Battle of Trafalgar - dying at the precise moment the Franco-Spanish fleet surrendered.
For 16-year-old Sasha Yeramin was visiting the cottage birthplace of American naval hero John Paul Jones at Arbigland after winning a competition open to all schools in Russia's second largest city.
1805: Lord Nelson, English naval hero, was killed at the Battle of Trafalgar - dying just as the Franco-Spanish fleet surrendered.
A cottage with links to the UK's greatest naval hero, Horatio Lord Nelson, has come up for sale.
Nelson's Monument, built in 1819, honours the naval hero, who frequently sailed from the Norfolk port.
BORN KIM Kardashian, US model, 1980, above ALFRED Nobel, Swedish chemist, 1833 SAMUEL Taylor Coleridge, Englsish poet, 1772 DIED HORATIO Nelson, British naval hero, 1805, above JACK Kerouac, American writer, 1969 SAMUEL Foote,, English dramatist, 1777
Naval hero Ernest Thomas dragged men alive, dead and dying out of gallons of fuel oil onto the deck of his mine-hit warship.
A WILL written by naval hero Lord Nelson before battle may fetch PS25,000 at auction.
Cushing in the Far East; a Civil War naval hero abroad, 1865-1869.
Isoroku Yamamoto, at once the strongest opponent to Japan's entry into WWII and its greatest naval hero, succeeds where many biopics fail in fully integrating the private man and the public figure, As played by Koji Yakusho ("Babel"), Nagashima's Yamatoto not only comes off as always right, but also extraordinarily likable.
Pip and Harry have a tough time delivering the important documents to the naval hero, actually ending up aboard Nelson's flagship, HMS Victory, as the fleet sets sail to vanquish France's Napoleon Bonaparte.
There is nowhere better to explore the life of England's greatest naval hero and Norfolk's most famous son.

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