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    1. Record labels and eternal fame is ahead

    2. fame in these still relatively tender years had been a youth appearance for Scotland,

    3. His main claim to fame in these still relatively tender years had been a youth appearance for Scotland, although sadly a combination of injury and a tendency towards dilettantism meant that such early promise remained as yet unfulfilled

    4. Pyramid: If you see one, riches and fame are in store for you; if you are standing on it, you will achieve a high social status

    5. Everything that is about money and purchase and selling and fame from our wealth is Babylon

    6. It may be in population, but Trenst's fame is the swamp

    7. Given her local fame as the woman who had a go, as the woman who stood up to racist yob culture, she was delighted to be asked onto the committee of the “Asylum Centre Campaign Group”

    8. Later that year, being the largest account holder at the great and majestic bank, and because of his newfound fame as a television celebrity, the soldier was unanimously elected as its new chairman

    9. From then on there was no stopping their fame

    10. I really don’t care about wealth or … property or … or fame even

    11. Given her local fame

    12. majestic bank, and because of his newfound fame as a television

    13. the general public's fascination with wealth and fame that Terry and

    14. She had probably been more attracted to his fame than his person from the way she talked

    15. wanted their fifteen minutes of fame that’s all

    16. “Maybe I’m hooked on the fame

    17. "I thought you were beginning to enjoy the hint of fame?"

    18. They were concerned with possessions, worldly fame, and

    19. Have you not heard that’s what my poem describes? It’s gained great fame and accolades across the lands of Hellas

    20. People give money for a variety of reasons: out of guilt; in an attempt to save their souls; because their religion advocates it; in their search for fame; for tax reasons; for publicity; to attract business of groups and associations who are concerned with charities… The list goes on for there can be as many reasons as there are donors

    21. Not everybody would be happy under the limelight of fame

    22. Achieved at Ilion in the field of fame;

    23. “’Achieved at Ilion in the field of fame

    24. With Homer still inside his dreams of fame, nothing would be easier than to walk away

    25. Alternatively, the dream represents your aspirations for fame

    26. To see a rainbow in your dream represents hope, success and good fortune in the form of money, prestige, or fame

    27. His fame rapidly spreads across the country

    28. In these materialistic times, success could be easily be construed as the achievement of one’s goal to attain massive fortune and fame for self gratification

    29. ii) What does one do with the fame and fortune that have been attained?

    30. Enjoy the wealth selfishly or share it with others? Use fame to command others or to draw attention to needy causes?

    31. This was the original hackers' ethos, now all but abandoned in the rush for money, fame and

    32. “Your good deeds and your success in battles will bring fame to your names, and this will attract the interest of other Great Angels

    33. His fame always arose from knowledge of war

    34. Although they are not of the ancestry of the fame of Aldereithellen, the farmers and villagers of Menjaraith are also keen hunters and archers, and many of those farmers were once soldiers who are now hardened veterans

    35. His main claim to fame would seem to redound from his sexual conquests

    36. Ex CIA agent of Watergate fame, prolific writer, and conservative commentator

    37. His name and fame are the birthright of every American citizen

    38. Then we have Marx, whose main claim to fame was to dictate the end of history by asserting that man is the product of his machines and not vice versa, conveniently forgetting that any system that purports to explain everything, in reality explains nothing

    39. Glances and chatter; perhaps he should be enjoying his fame

    40. But with fame comes responsibility, and in his case accountability

    41. That which had earned him hatred from his community and a place on death row now brought him fame and adoration

    42. His enduring claim to fame was to admit that he loved individual men, but hated mankind

    43. They said it was to boost the morale of the prisoners, but as he approached, I felt so intimidated, not by his fame but by his reputation

    44. friend Hugh Hefner of Playboy fame opened a restaurant that succeeded for a while

    45. “Kiri and Alexia weren’t interested in my fame,” he snapped, unable to keep the words in

    46. All the pain and anger within was flowing through him: Alexia’s death, his new fame, the interview, Kiri’s release

    47. With Minnesota in their two-minute offense, San Francisco picked off the Minnesota future hall of fame quarterback and kicked a field goal to end the half 24 to 10

    48. As a specimen of their cool effrontery, they wrote the following letter in London, and forwarded it to the Queen, but needless to add, their character and fame had gone before, and they were not received

    49. Barbed wire fences barred the way, but Lieutenant Wise, of Military Kite fame, and other officers smashed the posts with logs

    50. The New York Yankees hosted a pregame ceremony at the stadium honoring Phil Rizzuto‘s recent induction into the Hall of Fame

    1. She was famed throughout the elite echelons of London’s highest society for humping and dumping the most eligible young men, and all of it was done in the blaze of paparazzi flashbulbs and on the glossy pages of celebrity gossip magazines

    2. She was famed throughout the elite

    3. With warm winds and safe harbours, these islands are famed for their unbroken coral reef

    4. Famed for Havana cigars and vintage American cars, this island has 4000 miles of coastline and is home to the world’s smal est frog and bird, migrating land crabs, and bee

    5. The north shore is famed for its seahorses

    6. North of Australia, this island is home to more than 850 tribes and as many languages, and is famed for its butterflies, moths and 300 types of orchids

    7. not in its famed basilica - but many miles to the south in

    8. The poet had just described the famed battle between Diomedes and Ares, where Athena intervenes and

    9. "bad famed” is not very far away, but the

    10. Imbrus was famed

    11. grows on Tenedos, it’s famed across the wide Aegean… And you, what are you doing here?”

    12. A handful of gleaming coins and a warm smile would be more than enough to convince the carriage driver to take her most of the way - just a bit further beyond the point at which the road split and the way upward to Meridia’s famed shrine came into view

    13. consulted a chandler in the market across from the famed Temple of Zeus

    14. “This man that Philemon defended is Homer, the famed poet,” said Nerissa

    15. His face was done, even though he was still awake, so he did not see King Regis Trosalan leading his famed horsemen through the broken gate

    16. Dorro and Forgo were mystified by her odd behavior, but had they known of her secret pirate past—or of her exploits as the famed Water Wolf—it would have explained much

    17. ” Famed Filipino historian E

    18. At the same time, General James Doolittle, famed for his early raids, opposed targeting civilians as, “Terrorism, without any justification on military grounds

    19. For example, the founder and owner of Time magazine for over 40 years was famed conservative Henry Luce

    20. Roosevelt began the most famed part of his career as a bored rich man playing at being soldier, a dilettante and warmonger with little understanding of war who greatly exaggerated his own role in a minor skirmish against an outgunned enemy of draftees in a failing empire

    21. Nixon, the famed anti Communist hardliner and early conservative culture warrior, actually was far more moderate and even liberal in practice than either his supporters or critics often know or admit

    22. One year before his death in 1953, Stalin sent the famed Stalin Note

    23. Famed General Douglas MacArthur Jr

    24. He glanced sideways at his captive audience, and hoped she would enjoy the famed wines of Spain

    25. Even the famed burning of Atlanta, turned into a myth of horrific suffering by incredibly inaccurate books and films like Gone With the Wind, had less harm than most have been led to believe

    26. Cooper had concluded with a fervent appeal, had wiped the perspiration from his massive brow, had said "Let us pray" as he was famed for saying it, and had duly prayed

    27. 21 And all the princes of Nimrod and his great men took counsel together; Phut, Mitzraim, Cush and Canaan with their families, and they said to each other, Come let us build ourselves a city and in it a strong tower, and its top reaching Heaven, and we will make ourselves famed, so that we may reign on the whole world, in order that the evil of our enemies may cease from us, that we may reign mightily over them, and that we may not become scattered over the Earth on account of their wars

    28. 34 And the man laid his cause before Serak the judge, when Hedad replied, saying, It is not so, but so the matter stands; and the judge said to the traveler, This man Hedad tells you truth, for he is famed in the cities for the accurate interpretation of dreams

    29. 21 And all the princes of Nimrod and his great men took counsel together; Phut Mitzraim Cush and Canaan with their families and they said to each other Come let us build ourselves a city and in it a strong tower and its top reaching Heaven and we will make ourselves famed so that we may reign on the whole world in order that the evil of our enemies may cease from us that we may reign mightily over them and that we may not become scattered over the Earth on account of their wars

    30. 34 And the man laid his cause before Serak the judge when Hedad replied saying It is not so but so the matter stands; and the judge said to the traveler This man Hedad tells you truth for he is famed in the cities for the accurate interpretation of dreams

    31. That young fellow there, who is so skilled at being innocuous, is Kenesir of Sming, a famed recordist

    32. When the famed Healer Hilsith called out that she could not save your life, I knew I had killed you

    33. The 270-footers were named after the Bear, Northland, Harriet Lane and Tampa, famed cutters in Coast Guard history

    34. red; the famed Dither temper was beginning to simmer

    35. They were coming up on the Whitehead Bridge, a half-mile long national landmark famed for it spectacular views over the city port and as a suicide ‘hot-spot’

    36. It was a unique area of Ireland famed for its wild landscape

    37. The country was famed for its abundance of antiquities he knew

    38. Taramis seems to have gone quite mad; whereas formerly she was famed for her virtue, justice and tranquillity, she is now notorious for qualities precisely opposite to those just enumerated

    39. in that famed fray

    40. He was far inferior in size and strength to the giant Cimmerian, but he was in full armor, and was famed in all the western nations as a swordsman

    41. Even now, when winter was crisping the leaves beyond the mountains, the tall rich grass waved upon the plains where grazed the horses and cattle for which Poitain was famed

    42. Middle-aged and with a shock of red hair, which matched his temperament, the captain was not famed for being conventional in his dealings with unofficial travellers, especially when dealing with pirates

    43. closing credit sequences of the famed The Pink Panther

    44. Goodall was brought into this field by the famed Dr

    45. In 1828, the Zoological Society of London founded the famed

    46. honoured and famed the world over for the expert instruction and

    47. ODIE was a character from the famed comic strip Garfield

    48. Pongo was the first Dalmatian in the famed move One Hundred and

    49. The ring-tailed lemur, Madagascar’s most famed lemur species is facing serious threats to its survival

    50. the staff of Moses, the famed staff that turned into a snake

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