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infamous

Criminal law, formerly
a. (of a person) deprived of certain rights of citizenship on conviction of certain offences
b. (of a crime or punishment) entailing such deprivation
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Indeed, it is the latter where Brown's real devil and talent lies, with the finale of Infamous showcasing a phenomenal memory recall that makes the latest 'Brain Train' games look like Playmobil.
From real-time reflections off the rain-soaked streets of Seattle to experiencing the play of emotion across Delsin's face, inFAMOUS Second Son defines what PS4 brings to gamers," said Asad Qizilbash, senior director of first party games marketing at SCEA.
Young people need different ways to express themselves and, through Infamous Community Arts, they have been able to put different ideas on canvas with paints.
The rambling B-movie plot and returning karma system are both convenient and convoluted, but they're secondary to the turbo-charged carnage that makes InFAMOUS 2 the most riotous free-roaming romp this side of Crackdown.
There were plenty in with chances a furlong out, and it was Jargelle who just got the verdict by a short head from the strong-finishing Infamous Angel with Senor Mirasol a nose away in third and Bahamian Babe fourth.
Duke created a mild media storm by speaking at a conference in Tehran on the Holocaust, convened by the president of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who is infamous for his tirades against the United States and his threats to "wipe Israel off the map," not to mention being one of the leading state sponsors of international terrorism.
This infamous 1925 trial that sought to allow the teaching of Darwinian theories of evolution in the Christian fundamentalist oriented public school systems of a southern state is compelling recreated and is as dramatic a confrontation as those going on today between proponents of 'Intelligent Design' and science with respect to the evolution of species.
It was Wilson's job to provide 'Morale, Welfare, and Recreation' services to the American soldiers stationed at Camp Speicher (near Tikrit) which landed him right in the middle of the infamous and lethal Sunni Triangle.
Except for a few minor details, Malian's Song is almost entirely based directly upon research and oral histories of Major Rogers' infamous massacre and the resulting fallout.
Located not far from the now infamous 17th Street Canal, St.
Infamous (Warner Independent) Talk about a tough act to follow: In the footsteps of Capote, Infamous is also the story of the writing of In Cold Blood.
are not the infamous anarchists executed for treason by the United States government, but film stars and slapstick comedians who rose to fame through a seedy New York vaudeville club, then on to Hollywood films and USO tours (where they opened with disastrous results for Bob Hope).