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Prometheus

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishPrometheusPro‧me‧the‧us /prəˈmiːθiəs, -θjuːs/  in Greek mythology, one of the titans (=the first gods who ruled the universe). He stole fire from heaven to give to human beings, and as a result he was punished by zeus by being kept in chains, and was finally set free by hercules.
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