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Synonyms for prominent

having a quality that thrusts itself into attention

conspicuous in position or importance


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Carrapateena is located about 250 km southeast of Prominent Hill.
Uranium anomalism has been intersected previously in the Mt Woods Project area associated with Iron-Oxide-Copper-Gold (IOCG) alteration, similar in style to Prominent Hill.
Prominent IT, based in Malmo, Sweden, has 16 employees and an annual turnover of approximately SEK45m.
June 4: JEAN O'LEARY, 57, a prominent gay rights activist who helped launch National Coming Out Day and in 1977 organized the first White House meeting of gay rights leaders, succumbs to lung cancer at her partners home in San Clemente, Calif.
Thaksin also weakened judicial institutions by publicly challenging the authority of prominent judges and attempting to name his associates to the bench.
Prominent Beliefs and Practices: Baptist ministers were virtually unpaid, preached without notes, and rarely exchanged pulpits with ministers of other denominations.
The subject of the investigation is another prominent newsletter publisher.
Prominent among these was the question of whether counsel could mount a full defense on behalf of a client known to be guilty.
ProMinent Fluid Controls (UK) is delighted to announce that a two-storey extension at its headquarters in Ashby de la Zouch, Leicestershire has been completed on time and opened for business in October.
And key Republican leaders are found among prominent supporters of a return to conscription.
The left ear demonstrated an unusual anomaly in which a prominent helical crus fused with the midportion of the antihelix, pinching the meatus (figure).
Feminist and pro-homosexual attitudes have been prominent there for many years and their advocates have always made a point of proposing or supporting radical measures in direct opposition to traditional and religious principles.
Congo Square Theatre Company, which performs works from across the African Diaspora and other cultures, has put on shows at the Theatre Building Chicago and the Steppenwolf Theatre Company, both prominent, mainstream venues on the North Side.
Prominent academics, such as Egypt's Nasr Abu Zeid, have been driven from their jobs and even from their countries by Islamist judicial and intellectual bullies who have been terrorizing scholarly life.
Jean Gerson and Nicolas de Clamanges, close acquaintances and academic colleagues, were prominent participants in the great intellectual, political and religious ferment that swirled about the University of Paris during the late-fourteenth and early-fifteenth centuries.