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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishHerculesHer‧cu‧les /ˈhɜːkjəliːz $ ˈhɜːr-/  in ancient Roman stories, a hero known for his very great strength and for performing twelve very difficult and dangerous jobs known as the Labours of Hercules. People sometimes use the name ‘Hercules’ to describe a man who is physically very strong. In ancient Greek stories, his name is herakles. see also Augean stables, the, Pillars of Hercules, the
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