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2003:
Mom. How do you define hero? Many people have different definitions, but my definition of hero is one word, Mom. Helping when things are happy and when things are sad. She is always there. First of all, my mom is caring. Though sometimes we get in disagreements, we always get through. When I'm hurt she helps any way she can. When I have something to do, she always helps. Also my mom is a hard worker. She does her job well, and gets things done when they need to be done. She is never late, and she never gives up. She is also out going. She is always smiling on stage, like it's the happiest day of her life. She is brave, going to different places she has never been before. Being caring, a hard worker, and out going, I would consider her a hero.
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September, 2003:
Galileo Galilei is my hero. He was an amazing astronomer. I admire all his discoveries about the planets, the moon, and the sun. I am especially impressed by his discovery of the moons of Jupiter. -- Carol L. from Rhode Island
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August, 2003:
Cesar Chavez is my hero for many reasons. He was a great labor leader. He was hard working, persistent, and patient. He improved the lives of many farm workers. And he did all this through non-violent means. I am proud to celebrate Cesar Chavez Day on March 31.
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July, 2003:

Robert E. Lee is my hero. He was a brilliant general during the American Civil War. After the war, he became the president of Washington College. To honor Robert E. Lee, this college was renamed Washington and Lee University.
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June, 2003:
My brother. My brother is in the Air Force and is about to go overseas. We just found out that his wife of 3 years (who was also in the military) is pregnant. She is due in 5 months but my brother will still be away. I think he is a brave guy who is loved by many! He risks his life for the good and well-being of our country. He IS my hero! And I love him SO much!

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May, 2003:
Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay are my heroes. On May 29, 1953, they were the first people to reach the highest point on earth -- the summit of Mt. Everest. Hillary was a New Zealand beekeeper, and Norgay was a Napalese Sherpa. My goal is to climb Mt. Everest. It is both challenging and exciting to think of standing at the top of the world.

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April, 2003:
Thomas Jefferson. He wrote the Declaration of Independence, was the first Secretary of State, and became the third President.
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March, 2003:
Cesar Chavez is my hero for many reasons.
He was a great labor leader. He was hard working, persistent, and patient. He improved the lives of many farm workers. And he did all this through non-violent means. I am proud to celebrate Cesar Chavez Day on March 31.
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February, 2003:
Rosa Parks. She has made the world think differently. She made all people know that all people are created equally. She was very brave on that bus when she started the boycott. She knew it was right, and she stood up for herself and every other black person. Thank you Rosa. You have effected my life greatly. -- Kayleigh Caudill
Rosa Parks is my hero. She is a strong, courageous, and remarkable woman. She inspired the Montgomery Bus Boycott when she refused to give up her seat on a public bus. I truly admire and respect Rosa Parks.
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January, 2003:
Robert E. Lee. He displayed courage and excellence on the battlefield.
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