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Zoe is one our unsung heroes.
The first was the unsung hero.
His mouth is stopped, with half his songs unsung;.
One song that’s heard’s worth more than those unsung.
Another unsung black conservative hero of modern America.
Another black conservative unsung hero of present day America.
What was his name, this unsung Hero of all Western civilization?

In fact, to some extent, text links are the unsung heroes of online.
And finally, to the unsung women (like me) who have never birthed a child and yet, still.
Today, unless art is both fashionable and politically correct, its praises will go unsung.
The first one came from Alexandria: which is the exact same name as alexander: and was an unsung hero.
It had towers built back in time by unremembered people and unsung architects for reasons never to be guessed.
In his mind he could feel bleakness with a hidden strength as yet unchannelled and unsung, and a centre of such stillness as he had never known.
Their simple kindness shall not go unsung; and therefore do I pause here, with one foot on the quay and the other on the brig _Bertha_, to sing it.
Cole to Express Opposition to Islamic Terrorism over Objections of Base Commander! „Jesse Nieto is one of those many unsung patriotic Americans.
Behind your desk, an unsung hero of the motion picture industry, unknown, unseen, you sweat out your lonely little life while who gets the glory? The stars.
I couldn’t think of any other way, but on a lighter note, you could be a real hero in this if it ever comes to light and at worst you’ll be an unsung hero.
An issue that often goes unnoticed, or at least unsung, is the extent to which the Social Security system extends the inequities against women that are established in the workplace.
Another black unsung hero of todays America who has suffered many insults from uneducated blacks and liberal white demagogues, especially with his publishing of „The Content of Their Character.
Men may die without incurring the pity of their fellows, still sharers in great business enterprises from which their capital cannot be or has not been withdrawn, and which is left chiefly at death for public uses; yet the day is not far distant when the man who dies leaving behind him millions of available wealth, which was free for him to administer during life, will pass away "unwept, unhonored, and unsung," no matter to what uses he leaves the dross which he cannot take with him.

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