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the state or quality of being widely honored and acclaimed

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Telecom companies must use those celebrities in their advertisement that posses these attributes as compared to the other.
Problem: Early exit works both ways and celebrities may want protection in case associating with you hurts their own brand.
The utilization of celebrities in firm advertisements can provide a competitive benefit in individualizing a company's products from rivals.
Celebrities such as Imran Khan and Shahrukh Khan have been known to make people go crazy over them.
A recent study examining The Cult of Celebrity identified that 55% of women and 39% of men are interested in hearing about celebrities in the news or media (Future Foundation, 2007).
La Toya Jackson, left, Jason Acuna, Erik Estrada, Trish Stratus and Jack Osbourne are the celebrities who become cops-in-training on "Armed & Famous"
Teams led by Kapil Dev and Mike Gatting comprised of the celebrities as well as lucky local talent.
One of an emerging journalistic breed with no regard for old-fashioned discretion when writing about the private lives of celebrities, Karen's professional agenda is to turn a cold case about two fallen stars into a hot story.
A number of celebrities have had various body parts insured to protect against injury or illness.
Here's what no one tells you about those ever so fascinating stories about celebrities and their latest movies/albums/whatever.
According to Q ranking results released today, Deep Blue's score is on par with celebrities such as CNN host Larry King, radio personality Howard Stern, former "Baywatch" star Carmen Electra and MTV deejay Carson Daly.
Photos of the more obscure, less remarkable celebrities (say, Cheryl Tiegs) have this effect as well.
A growing number of African American celebrities, working closely with restaurant industry veterans, are adding "restaurateur" to their credentials and creating some of the hottest dining spots for business travelers, tourists, local residents and fellow celebrities nationwide.
I'M LOSING MY PATIENCE WITH CLOSETED GAY CELEBRITIES.