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known widely and usually unfavorably

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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.
Matt Lloyd, a director at Infamous Community Art, stressed the organisation was their solely to provide support.
Another infamous inmate at the facility is evil Pat Rafferty, who is serving time for twice trying to have his wife murdered.
If only the rest of Infamous 2 were as imaginative as the creation tools.
Written for general audiences and Old West history enthusiasts, this volume contains a dozen stories about such infamous characters as the gold counterfeiters from the Eddy and Splawn families, serial killer Lydia Lewis and gunfighter and outlaw Butch Cassidy.
JARGELLE denied Richard Hannon a seventh Weatherbys Super Sprint with a thrilling victory over Infamous Angel at Newbury.
Infamous Eve: A History is an eye-opening look at the rarely-contemplated sides of biblical story about Eve and the garden of Eden.
Randy Dodson was seen making tintypes near an infamous ramp in Hunter's Point.
She details the infamous Tuskegee syphilis study as well as the use of nonconsenting black prisoners, children, and medical patients in experiments examining the effects of radiation, contraceptive techniques, and bioterrorism agents.
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.
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.
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.
Christopher Hitchens, who described the book in The Atlantic as "a sort of primer in how not to write about Islam," correctly notes that Fallaci's diatribes have all the marks of other infamous screeds about filthy, disease-ridden, sexually threatening aliens.
Tesco's infamous Granny Smith press advertisement, pictured, caused a bit of a stir last autumn, appearing as it did just as the English apple season was getting under way.
FORENSIC teams yesterday examined the house of a man arrested in connection with the hunt for the infamous Ripper hoaxer, Wearside Jack.