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What was the better villain objective in Power Rangers?
One villain is that the better villain objective would be conquering the world because conquering the world would be all yours and you would be the ruler and ultimate master of it however another opinion is the better objective would be Mesogog's goal of turning the planet back to the age of the dinosaurs because there would be no technological advancements and therefore no way to create a team of Power Rangers with Earth technology. ...
Asked in World War 2, WW2 Allied Powers
What were Female volunteers Called in World War 2?
There were many organizations that called for females to volunteer their time or services during World War 2. What a female was called would depend on the organization they were serving. For example, a WREN was a woman that served in the Women's Royal Naval Service and a lumberjill was a woman serving in the Women's Timber Corps. ...
Asked in World War 2, Germany in WW2, France in WW2
What were the french woman that had children fathered by German soldiers during World War 2 called?
The nice term would be Nazi Prostitute.
Asked in Example Sentences
How do you use the word villain in a sentence?
Nero is often portrayed as a villain because he served himself and not Rome. In old time silent movies, the mustached villain would tie the heroine to the railroad tracks. *Different definitions: A wicked or evil person; a scoundrel. (The righteous boy pointed at his lying accuser and called him a despicable villain.) A dramatic or fictional character who is typically at odds with the hero. (The villain laughed as the hero slowly descended to his doom.) Something said to be the cause of particular trouble...
Asked in Definitions, To Kill a Mockingbird
What does it mean that Dill was a villain's villain?
As with a man's man, the traditional meaning would be that the villain is outstanding among his peers, the most villainous of the villainous, the epitome of villainy, and someone almost every other villain would like to be. In short, he is very evil. He is very bad. ...
Asked in Philosophy and Philosophers
Would you live to die a hero or become the villain?
It would be good to live to be a hero rather than die by becoming the villain. Heroism is the fruition of self while villainy is the withering of character. Thus a hero really lives while the villain is already dying. ...
Asked in Airplanes and Aircraft
What do you call a woman who works in airplane?
Depending on context: a woman would be referred to as a cabin crew member (historically they would be called 'stewardess', or simply 'flight attendant'), and if she were to fly the airplane, she would be called the pilot (or first officer, depending on the role she would be fulfilling). ...