heroine


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protagonist

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star

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idol

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the main good female character in a work of fiction

a woman possessing heroic qualities or a woman who has performed heroic deeds

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Special quality one kg heroine, BBC web Logo and card was recovered from him.
Almost every heroine has spoken about the issue at some point, but the industry seems in no mood to rectify the problem.
The heroine thus recovered is punishable under clause 9-C of the section 6,7 and 8 of the CNS Act-1997.
VAR of footages police capturing suspect and opening boxes with heroine
But now, as Siddharth Roy Kapoor said, producers are increasingly enthusiastic about backing movies where the story revolves around the heroine.
After completing all legal procedures, the house of the suspects was raided and 26 heroine capsules were found hidden.
The Heroine star will be accompanied by award-winning director Madhur Bhandarkar.
Unsung Heroine awards are given annually to women who have been nominated by members of the Legislature from their districts and selected for their contributions to their community and the state.
Another man standing trial in the same case was jailed 12 months and fined BD1,000 for possessing and using heroine.
A MUSEUM which celebrates the life of a famous Northumberland heroine has announced it is dropping its entry charge.
Property, Education, and Identity in Late Eighteenth-Century Fiction: The Heroine of Disinterest, by Virginia H.
The "Heroes" section will cover any hero or heroine with African blood in him or her, from Africa and its diaspora (recent and ancient), from all walks of life, not only politics, sports or entertainment.
Among the examples Frye gives is Ivanhoe, whose light heroine is Rowena and whose dark heroine is Rebecca.
The heroine of Helen Bianchin's Reluctant Captive discovers as much when she says: 'for one wild, crazy moment she wanted to turn back the clock to the few short weeks after their marriage when she'd believed everything between them seemed so right, so incredibly complete, that it was almost a dream.
How did the heroine become a celebrity with newspaper articles and books produced in their hundreds?