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Fictional character (‘The Fox’) created by Johnston McCulley in a 1919 magazine story; Zorro is the pseudonym of Diego de la Veda, the apparently weak son of a landowning Spanish family in California who seeks to protect the weak against tyranny, and whose swashbuckling habits include the cutting of a Z (the mark of Zorro) with his sword as a signature.

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