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1. What about keyword prominence (i.
2. You will rise to a level of prominence.
3. Better to suffer this prominence than for.
4. Any bony prominence from this point towards D.
5. Sleeping his way to prominence and power?
6. Besides the prominence and importance of Hathor, the.
7. Should such a country rise to prominence in the global.

8. He had grown accustomed to his position of prominence in.
9. Chaos Theory has achieved prominence in the recent decades.
10. His spiritual prominence, however, seemed to exceed that of.
11. Credit watch services have come into prominence thanks to the many.
12. As far as I knew, it was an unknown possession to those on Prominence.
13. The same year, Onassis’s rise to social prominence culminated in his.
14. Ava, my love, please, you know me! You know me! I served you on Prominence.
15. Back on Prominence, I had a cousin, young, who was almost like my little brother.
16. The Western news networks gave prominence to any incident of human rights abuses.
17. Her vision tunneling to the six VHS tapes given a place of prominence on the middle shelf.
18. The farther down south we went, the more these floating islands grew in numbers and prominence.
19. Kush, long after the fall of Israel’s prominence, is still a powerful nation to be reckoned with.
20. National prominence came to Samuel Proctor as he took the road that followed white liberal deception.
21. In computer gaming, the later 1980s are primarily the story of the United Kingdom's rise to prominence.
22. We have gone to great lengths to make sure that their words, not ours, have taken the most prominence.
23. Search Engines give greater prominence to keywords that appear closer to the beginning, rather than the end.
24. But the standing leg of this figure, given such prominence in the composition, has always rather puzzled me.
25. To dream that you are sitting on a saddle indicates that you will rise to a position of prominence and power.
26. He was locked in conversation with Doc and well into his third double brandy and his zz's were back in prominence.
27. From here he rose to prominence as a staff writer and eventually he was recruited by the Globe and Mail to do a column.
28. It is sufficient to reply generally that the following phenomena stand forth in prominence throughout the New Testament.
29. The newspapers reported it with painful prominence, one of them under the ironic headline: 'Marquis's son unused to wine'.
30. She was very, very pale, almost ghastly, and so thin that her lips were drawn away, showing her teeth in somewhat of prominence.
31. Moraine giggled again and clasped her hands between her thighs, managing to squeeze her buxom chest into even greater prominence.
32. Louis’s rise to prominence had been so spectacular that few American sportswriters or bookies gave Schmeling much of a chance.
33. More important, perhaps, is the broad distinction of size and prominence that can be drawn between seasoned and unseasoned securities.
34. How does one uncover the emotional content of a headline? The first and most obvious aspect of any headline is its prominence on page 1.
35. But if you cover it over with your finger and look at the composition without it, I think the reason of its prominence becomes plainer.
36. But this resemblance is confined to general appearance, as in the prominence of the canines, and in the cutting shape of the molar teeth.
37. Ah, yes! A civil engineer of some prominence by the name of Ronald Twyman, an Englishman who had been working in Hong Kong for many years.
38. He had risen to prominence in the campaigns in Tennessee and the West, and his reputation as a determined and ruthless fighter was growing.
39. He wasn’t wild like Julius had been on Prominence, but very shy, and despite being free, still followed me around, desiring to be of service.
40. In some eyes, when there is little loose flesh above the eyelid, there is a deep hollow here, the eyelid running up under the bony prominence, C D.
41. This common danger brought their differences in aim, in view, in character, and in position, into absolute prominence in the private vision of each.
42. He wanted to see the next chapter in his country’s rise to prominence over the world and he saw Hitler’s latest plan as the most perfect of all.
43. Not that any of these gentlemen are of that ilk, she quickly corrected, It's just that public prominence seems to go to some people's heads.
44. Five years passed and the count was back in the same hole as before and in desperate need of money to keep his charade of wealth and prominence going.
45. The winning of the Derby has always been so eagerly desired by Americans that one is justified in suspecting that the social prominence attracts them.
46. At times he was angry with me, cursing at me; and at other times, he was smiling at me, kissing me, and holding me under the twin moons of Prominence.
47. And then it came, and I gasped as his lips touched the nape of my neck, moving down across the prominence of my spine, smooth and cool against my skin.
48. Back in the day and before agents rose to prominence, a footballer, having just made his debut for England, decided to ask his club manager for a pay rise.
49. I learned that I died when I was small and my parents brought me to a sacred place in Prominence, at the center of the planet where ancient spirits existed.
50. So that considering the under side of the eyebrow, whereas from point C towards B there is usually a cavernous hollow, from C towards D there is a prominence.
51. He was at his desk by 6:30 where his Ben Franklin review took prominence with the only additions being the coffee stains and cup marks from his nightly vigils.
52. Although this face does not exist in the physical world, self-doubt and insecurity pave the way for his prominence in one’s mind until nothing else is there.
53. Another thing that tends to make this edge soft is the fact that a bony prominence is situated here and has usually a high light upon it that crosses the eyebrow.
54. When people of the prominence of the Ashtons take up suffrage and make special requests to have certain persons come to a thing like that, they can hardly refuse.
55. It is counted from every bear market low, and occasionally from an intermediate low which stands out on the chart of the average with more than the usual prominence.
56. Melissa was elected to office in Montreal's South Shore district and with Ed at home looking after the children she soon rose to a position of prominence in the party.
57. His speech gave him national prominence but reinforced many southern whites’ racist justification of Jim Crow segregation, disfranchisement, and violent enforcement.
58. Then there was the short-lived prominence of the Egyptian god Aten a latter-day echo of the much earlier sun god Re whose ultimate fate was to merge into the god Amun-Re.
59. I come across a quote straight from Slater himself: ‘Should one branch fail, it is the responsibility of the other two branches to restore their Embassy’s prominence.
60. Wherefore, you must now have perceived that the front of the Sperm Whale's head is a dead, blind wall, without a single organ or tender prominence of any sort whatsoever.
61. Livingson, I am certain I have never encountered a man who was so willing to offer such honest and candid uncertainty regarding the disposition of his position and prominence.
62. And what could be the reason behind this sudden transformation in the species? It has got to be agriculture and the prominence of grains and dairy products in our diets today.
63. She is eager to leave, to escape this place where her brother was murdered and she rose to prominence only to be thwarted by a factionless woman who wasn’t supposed to be alive.
64. Despite his prominence in the leadership of the North Shore Jewish Community Center, or perhaps because of that prominence, Cohen felt obligated to take in a family from the ships.
65. Malala rose to prominence with a blog for the BBC charting life in Swat under the Taleban, whose bloody two-year reign of terror supposedly came to an end with an army operation in 2009.
66. He is a man of substance and prominence, who has assisted Ithaca over the years with his kindness and generous attention, his strength, leadership, and his deep caring for our students.
67. That the world that we call is really a computer generated simulation has really come to prominence in the last few years and is being taken very seriously by scientists around the world.
68. Many times these are what we call inside-out growth stories, where a large legacy business is somehow perceived as challenged, but a newer one is thriving and taking on more prominence.
69. The figure stopped, and at the moment a ray of moonlight fell upon the masses of driving clouds, and showed in startling prominence a dark-haired woman, dressed in the cerements of the grave.
70. The facts of this history are set forth as the foundation of the doctrines;—and we may estimate their comparative importance by the magnitude and prominence of the facts on which they depend.
71. We sailed away, out of the atmosphere of Prominence, and among the stars, among the planets, so varied and wild and beautiful across the universe, finding a planet, of green and blue, as our new home.
72. Notice particularly the swing of the action, such things as the pull occasioned by the arm resting on the farther thigh, and the prominence given to the forms by the straining of the skin at the shoulder.
73. You can have faith that Nokia gets its act together in smartphones, or that Motorola returns to prominence in handsets, or that the latest device from Nintendo is a big hit, but we think that's very tricky.
74. The scene was fondly reminiscent of the opening day of races at Ascot, where the upper crust displayed their newly acquired fashions from the Continent and reasserted their positions of prominence and means.
75. Where is the dividing line for size, for prominence, and for conservatism of financial structure? On the last point we can suggest a specific standard that, though arbitrary, is in line with accepted thinking.
76. Yes, there were definitely marital problems between the Underwoods, and he mused over how she had ever fallen for that flamboyant playboy whose only claim to prominence was that which he inherited from his family.
77. Thus, while both the ST and Amiga were host to many technically excellent games, their time of prominence proved to be shorter than that of the 8-bit machines, which saw new ports well into the 80s and even the 90s.
78. The gospel also focuses on the relation of the Redeemer to believers; the announcement of the Holy Ghost as the Comforter (‘Paraclete’ in Greek), and the prominence of love as an element in the Christian character.
79. A relentlessly energetic businessman, his every step from the North Carolina farm of his birth to his present prominence has been marked by a stubborn will to succeed and a sure instinct for dealing with his fellow man.
80. You haven’t followed up on her over the years? Feltus asked, finding it unusual that his obvious involvement with the case had not inspired him to keep track of her as she slowly gained prominence as a clairvoyant.
81. The three somatotypes—endomorphic, mesomorphic, and ectomorphic Are basic classifications of animal body types according to the prominence of different basic tissues types, roughly: digestive, muscular, and nervous tissues.
82. He can feel the thin cage of her ribs in his hands, the slender planes of her shoulder blades, every gentle prominence of her spine, all covered in skin so soft he can't help but revel in the fact that he's the first to touch it.
83. Elected to office following the two terms of Douglas MacArthur, Melissa Miller rose to prominence with the famous "Replicator Discussions" and was instrumental in the efficient introduction and application of this marvelous invention.
84. The company had always been on the leading edge of new technology and inventions, but when it incorporated the hydrogen engine and the German "People's Car" together in one mass-produced automobile, the company soared into international prominence.
85. Therefore the same form of a tabled pattern that had been drafted out before is going to be used here once more, but the chronological order is going to be changed in order to give prominence towards this factor that is presently being treated out now.
86. Petersburg, and the Guadalquiver, and all that! And then a thought came out into prominence, which had been uncomfortably fidgeting about in his brain for some time: Was it all true? Would it really come about as Maria Alexandrovna had predicted?
87. As is apt to be the case when a person stands out in any prominence before the community, and, at the same time, interferes neither with public nor individual interests and convenience, a species of general regard had ultimately grown up in reference to Hester Prynne.
88. Towards the latter part of the record, in the biographies of Christ, the fact of the existence of evil spirits, referred to dimly by preceding prophets, comes out into prominence; but there is still no genesis, no history of celestial insurrection, no biography of the Prince of Darkness.
89. But as the stumps of harpoons are frequently found in the dead bodies of captured whales, with the flesh perfectly healed around them, and no prominence of any kind to denote their place; therefore, there must needs have been some other unknown reason in the present case fully to account for the ulceration alluded to.
90. Throughout it all, the idea of a complex but singular kind of God, superior to all that had ever been, maybe the only one that had ever been out there, wallowed around the edges of Man’s theologies, rising occasionally to a temporary prominence, only to be resubmersed as the strangeness of the novelty grew too much to bear.
91. Cyrus’s father, deeply ashamed by his father’s dastardly deeds, had kept the maps secreted away, not wanting his father’s criminal activities to ever be revealed, for his family held a position of prominence and wealth within Shadow Creek’s high society, and he didn’t want his family name and standing to be thus tainted.
92. In an age when Americans enjoy dozens of cable sports channels, when professional athletes often command annual salaries in the tens of millions of dollars, and when the entire nation all but shuts down for a virtual national holiday on Super Bowl Sunday, it’s hard to fully appreciate how important the rising prominence of the University of Washington’s crew was to the people of Seattle in 1935.
93. It is pleasant to me to observe, Watson, that you have so far grasped this truth that in these little records of our cases which you have been good enough to draw up, and, I am bound to say, occasionally to embellish, you have given prominence not so much to the many causes célèbres and sensational trials in which I have figured but rather to those incidents which may have been trivial in themselves, but which have given room for those faculties of deduction and of logical synthesis which I have made my special province.
94. We acknowledge that the associations of holy blessedness and sinful misery occasionally, as in the cited passage, come forward into vivid prominence in the use of the terms life and death; and not only that, but also that other secondary associations of these terms and their correlatives, such as the ideas of force and liveliness, of weakness and torpor, of a spiritual and of a carnal condition, occasionally are made prominent in the use of the words, as perhaps in such passages as these: 'Quicken you me in thy way’—Psalm cxix.
95. Attempt to translate into Greek one of Pitt's or Mirabeau's discourses, or an extract from Addison or Nicole, and you will be obliged to recast and transpose the thought; you will be led to find for the same thoughts, expressions more akin to facts and to concrete experience; a flood of light will heighten the prominence of all the truths and of all the errors; that which you were wont to call natural and clear will seem to you affected and semi-obscure, and you will perceive by force of contrast why, among the Greeks, the instrument of thought being more simple, it did its office better and with less effort.
96. At the bottom, she grabbed the prominence of the railing and,.

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