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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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Dessarae Bradford infamously accosted the Dubliner when he appeared as a guest on The Tonight Show last month.
THE Gallagher brothers' hero, John Lennon, once infamously claimed the Beatles were "more popular than Jesus Christ".
Graham Taylor was infamously morphed into a turnip and Sven Goran Eriksson naturally a swede, but the new boss, given his complexion, has been priced at 9-2 carrot, 13-2 tomato and 6-1 beetroot.
The duchess was infamously snapped having her toes slobbered over by balding "financial adviser" John Bryan.
Tony Blair said infamously at the last election that he didn't care if the well-off make more and more money.
Miller's move sees him follow the likes of Alfie Conn, who won the Scot tish Cup with both halves of the Old Firm (ironically in finals against the other half) and, most infamously, Maurice Johnston, who won league titles with both clubs.
Wayne Rooney was infamously ordered off in Manchester United's Champions League tie with Villarreal for the offence.
Saffrons chief Dinny Cahill infamously questioned Corcoran's ability ahead of last summer's championship clash - and paid a heavy price.
Scholars have debated for a century why Mexican revolutionary Pancho Villa attacked the frontier town of Columbus, New Mexico, on March 9, 1916a deadly incursion and infamously the only time in the 20th century that a major foreign army invaded the continental United States.
It has been called a memorial to the cars that tried to drive under a bridge that infamously floods each time it rains.
The famously wooden May, who infamously danced on to the stage to Abba at the Tory conference, clearly had a great time with husband Philip at the Henley Festival in Oxfordshire.
[USA], May 22 (ANI): An Islamic terrorist, who came to be infamously known as the "American Taliban" after his 2001 capture in Afghanistan is set to be released from a US prison on Thursday, three years before he completes his 20-year-sentence, federal officials said.