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Fame

cardinal flower
traditional symbol of eminence. [Flower Symbolism: Jobes, 290]
daphne
traditional symbol of fame. [Plant Symbolism: Jobes, 414]
Grauman’s Chinese Theater
famous for the imprints of movie stars’ footprints in its forecourt. [Am. Cinema: Payton, 284.]
Halls of Fame
national shrines honoring outstanding individuals in a particular field (baseball, football, acting, Great Americans, etc.). [Am. Culture: WB, 9, 22–23]
Lady Fame
capriciously distributes fame and slander. [Br. Lit.: Chaucer The House of Fame in Benét, 479]
Madame Tussaud’s Waxworks
representation by a wax figure in this London museum is a sure sign of notoriety. [Pop. Culture: EB (1963) XXII, 634]
trumpet
attribute of fame personified. [Art: Hall, 119]
trumpet flower
indicates notoriety. [Flower Symbolism: Flora Symbolica, 178]
Who’s Who
biographical dictionary of notable living people. [Am. Hist.: Hart, 922]
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Since unsaturated FAME often co-exist with saturated FAME in the mixture derived from natural oils it is necessary to separate unsaturated FAME from the mixture for industrial usage.
Later, in her opening comments at the Rainbow Room festivities, Colleen Cunningham, FEI president and CEO, noted that it was serendipitous that the NYSE enjoyed a record high close the day FEI's Hall of Fame honorees rang the bell.
As they await the Hall of Fame announcement Saturday in Detroit, Moon and Aikman are being defined by what they didn't do more than by what they did, and in different ways both seem to be victims of the teams they played for.
The posters were so popular that many more were requested by the Hall of Fame to be distributed during Thanksgiving weekend.
I believe that the NSM's alliances with major halls of fame and sports institutions, combined with the location of the museum in Lower Manhattan, will be a victory for New York City's economic and cultural development.
The Paper Industry International Hall of Fame inducts individuals who have contributed to the development of the paper industry in a range of categories: Academic, Economics, Entrepreneur, Founder, Leadership, Marketing/Sales, Research and Development, Service, and Technology.
The bust, which took 6 months to create and has been cast by the foundry more than 20 times, resides in such institutions as the College Football Hall of Fame, South Bend, Indiana, and the Buckeye Hall of Fame Cafe, Columbus, Ohio.
When commerce de-links fame from merit, merit does not disappear from social discourse.
Sybase, Informix, and Oracle have partnered with FAME to provide database management solutions that integrate relational and time series database technologies.
Sitting in the red plush orchestra seats of the Cambridge Theatre while cleaners polished and dusted for the evening's Royal Gala, he observed, "There's been nothing since Chorus Line with contemporary choreography, and that's where Fame is filling the void.
However, he notes that, at the moment, the hall of fame is on the backburner while efforts are being concentrated on re-establishing the gold mine tour and attracting the Pinch Mineral Collection to the City.