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Synonyms for fame

Synonyms for fame

Synonyms for fame

the state or quality of being widely honored and acclaimed

favorable public reputation

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The results showed that many of these players had statistics on par with other Hall of Fame players," says Dale Petroskey, president of the Baseball Hall of Fame.
On this night, more than 250 people gathered 65 stories high to celebrate both the 75th anniversary of FEI and the inaugural class of FEI's Hall of Fame.
Also, watch out for the next edition of FAME Magazine (available by subscription and to WNSO members this November) with its New Look, New Frequency (now bi-monthly), New Format (moving from a digest size to a full- size publication), and bi-annual Swimsuit Specials.
Peter King made Aikman his first choice for the Hall of Fame but left Moon out of his top eight, leaning toward guys with a Super Bowl glow.
It was an incredible event as officials of the Hall of Fame and members of the public visiting the shrine to professional football warmly displayed their deep appreciation for the service and sacrifice of disabled veterans," said National Communications Director Gary Weaver.
The museum, created in partnership with 30 of North America's major sports halls of fame, museums and organizations, will be the first comprehensive museum of sports in the country.
The New York gallery was created to complement the original Insurance Hall of Fame located at the University of Alabama's College of Business campus in Tuscaloosa, Ala.
At the same time, the Hall of Fame has a space, but PIMA could help them out with promotion.
Fame + Architecture purports to investigate the relationships between fame and architecture in a series of articles that include interviews with the famous and not so famous (but given the publicity of this volume probably soon to be more famous), and various apparently critical discourses on aspects of fame.
Following are several of the remarkable sports castings featured at various sports stadiums and halls of fame around the country.
The commercial generation of fame, according to many critics, leads
The merger of FAME and Saladin brings two industry leaders together under one roof, and using a similar technology platform," said Steven Silberstein, chairman and CEO of FAME.
Apparently, when the text of Fame was published by Music Theatre International, Runar Borge bought the script and decided to produce the show in Sweden, where it played to full houses from January 1993 to May 1994, "no mean feat, given the population of Sweden," noted de Silva wryly.
A steering committee is also working on the proposed Prospectors and Developers Hall of Fame.
Carbon Black," has been selected as the 1989 inductee in the International Rubber Science Hall of Fame.