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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 recovery of FAME in NUCF showed a general upward trend from 76% to 84% (Fig.
Inducted into FEI's Hall of Fame were five gentlemen who--through their careers--exemplify the best of those in corporate finance: Dennis R.
Aikman, who's from UCLA, and Moon, who started out at Hamilton High and West Los Angeles College, are among the first-time candidates on the 15-man ballot for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Weaver was joined by Pro Football Hall of Fame member Gale Sayers, who recounted a recent visit with our troops in the Middle East.
We are also pleased to provide exposure for terrific partners such as the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, MA, the Negro Leagues Museum in Kansas City, MO and the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto.
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.
Although supposedly a discussion about fame, you will not find much in the way of analysis about the mechanics or politics of fame.
After his death in 1970, Lombardi posthumously inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1971 as NFL's all-time winningest coach a percentage of .
If these worries are valid, then the separation of fame and merit is indeed problematic.
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.
Criteria for admission to FEI's Hall of Fame is further based on corporate performance, leadership, integrity/respect for others, innovation and community involvement.