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11th May '16 11:33:40 PM JackG
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* NASA were not happy about the 'revolutionary' beards grown by the Skylab astronauts, which didn't match with the clean-cut American image such astronauts had exemplified throughout the Space Race. After MissionControl failed to compromise on their grueling and micro-managed schedule, the astronauts really did revolt by turning off all communications for a day off in the so-called Strike in Space.

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* NASA were not happy about the 'revolutionary' beards grown by the Skylab astronauts, which didn't match with the clean-cut American image such astronauts had exemplified throughout the Space Race. After MissionControl failed to compromise on their grueling and micro-managed schedule, the astronauts really did revolt by turning off all communications for a day off in the so-called Strike in Space.
8th May '16 1:01:47 AM JackG
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* NASA were not happy about the 'revolutionary' beards grown by the Skylab astronauts. After MissionControl failed to compromise on their grueling and micro-managed schedule, the astronauts really did revolt by turning off all communications for a day off in the so-called Strike in Space.

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* NASA were not happy about the 'revolutionary' beards grown by the Skylab astronauts. astronauts, which didn't match with the clean-cut American image such astronauts had exemplified throughout the Space Race. After MissionControl failed to compromise on their grueling and micro-managed schedule, the astronauts really did revolt by turning off all communications for a day off in the so-called Strike in Space.
8th May '16 12:59:59 AM JackG
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* NASA were not happy about the 'revolutionary' beards grown by the Skylab astronauts. After MissionControl failed to compromise on their grueling and micro-managed schedule, the astronauts really did revolt by turning off all communications for a day off in the so-called Strike in Space.
26th Feb '16 8:08:13 PM Vox
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* The Barbarian King from ''VideoGame/GodOfWar''.

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* The Barbarian King from ''VideoGame/GodOfWar''. [[BloodKnight Kratos]] might count as well, which is ironic in a way since as a Spartan citizen he's ''technically'' the opposite of the original meaning of "barbarian" (essentially "somebody not from Greece").
30th Dec '15 9:22:08 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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** Most of the Viking Pantheon, in fact-how wild is up to interpretation and research (see above example).

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** Most of the [[Myth/NorseMythology Viking Pantheon, Pantheon]], in fact-how wild is up to interpretation and research (see above example).
27th Sep '15 10:39:11 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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[[folder:Professional Wrestling]]
* The HornyViking Tursas, first seen in Wrestling/{{Chikara}}, possessed a beard that extended past his pectoral muscles.[[/folder]]



15th Aug '15 10:04:38 PM DragonQuestZ
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Subtrope of BadassBeard and sometimes BeardOfEvil. Combine with SeadogBeard for pirates; compare and contrast WizardBeard.

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Subtrope A SubTrope of BadassBeard and sometimes BeardOfEvil. Combine with SeadogBeard for pirates; compare and contrast WizardBeard.
BadassBeard.

Compare BeardOfEvil, SeadogBeard.

See also WizardBeard, PeltsOfTheBarbarian.
24th May '15 6:47:37 PM nombretomado
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* Stoick the Vast, and most of the other adult male Vikings, in ''Film/HowToTrainYourDragon''.

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* Stoick the Vast, and most of the other adult male Vikings, in ''Film/HowToTrainYourDragon''.
''WesternAnimation/HowToTrainYourDragon''.
1st Mar '15 3:03:54 AM JamaicanCastle
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* Colonel Colm Corbec of Literature/GauntsGhosts sports a classic example; while he's not a barbarian ''per se'', the Ghosts are often portrayed as much more barbaric than the other Guardsmen they fight alongside, like the [[BlueBlood Volpone Bluebloods]].
12th Feb '15 10:28:43 AM Yora
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* The buddhist monk Bodidharma is often shown in Chinese art with a thick bushy beard, as he was either Indian or Iranian, both peoples who can grow quite magnificent beards. And not being a native Chinese, he was considered a barbarian by default. He became the founder of Zen Buddhism and according to tradition also the man who introduced the Shaolin monks to kung fu.
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