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1 She married into a prominent family.
2 This month armed gangs stooped lower than ever by kidnapping toddlers for ransom, including a three-year-old Briton and the son of a prominent chief.
3 Of course, these individuals have been around since the beginning of human history and played a more prominent role in some eras than in others.
4 Russia is a great nation and the people of Russia have created magnificent history and brilliant culture, making prominent contributions to human civilization and progress.
5 As for the make of disguising themselves as Halloween's most prominent mischievous ghosts, but also so that kids spend more time to look at it dress.
6 A photograph of his family is prominent on his desk, along with tall piles of research materials and annual reports.
7 Men's faces are shaped by testosterone, which helps develop a larger lower face and jaw and a prominent brow.
8 Women with Aries prominent often seem to work to overcome or defeat their partners, but in the event they succeed, have a tendency to lose respect for their formerly admired "opponents".
9 Soros fund Management, a prominent hedge fund, later told us that it sniffed at the sell smell coming from the Big Mac index, but resisted the temptation to bite.
10 Instead of a lavish monument and a burial on high ground, as had been allotted to other prominent officers, he requested a simple white tombstone and a space among enlisted men.
11 BEIJING — A prominent Chinese blogger was stabbed and wounded during a book reading by two men who may have been seeking revenge for his provocative writings.
12 It has gradually divested itself of its prominent role in much of the economy-from plantations to supermarkets, from office blocks to airlines.
13 He achievedvery prominent positions at Oxford, vice-chancellor of the university and deanof one of the colleges.
14 The financiers treasured them; they were displayed them in trophy cases or at least in prominent positions on their desks.
15 banded together in "participations", a kind of multi-bank loan particularly common in Georgia, thanks to Silverton bank, a prominent broker of syndicated deals.
16 Bongiorno, a prominent trial lawyer who was first elected for the PdL before she rebelled and left, seemed the ideal person to strike it.
17 The election of Mr Landrieu, a scion of Louisiana’s most prominent political clan and a surprise late entry into the race, may signal a departure from all that. Mr Landrieu is white.
18 Unexpectedly, the women in the study showed no preference for men with traditionally masculine features, such as a prominent jaw and high muscle mass, the researchers say.
19 These swings trigger changes in atmospheric circulation patterns that, while most prominent in the tropics, also affect circulation patters at higher latitudes as well.
20 The universe abounds in things of beauty, flowers being the most prominent among them.
21 slim, boyish, youthful figure was their ideal of beauty, and paintings and statues were erected in its honour. Poems were written about the love that prominent older men had for young men.
22 Brent Erickson of bio observes that although governments are keenly promoting biofuels, most private investment in industrial biotech is going into other, less prominent areas.
23 Another acquaintance is a convention and banquet manager at a prominent resort.
24 I ever really need to recite the dates of prominent historical events?
25 This week, a prominent member of the American Dialect Society noted that "occupy" is now the leading contender for the organization's Word of the Year, running ahead of "winning" and "downgrade."
26 In contrast, pyloric gland adenoma characteristically reveals a cytoplasmic "ground-glass" appearance, rather than foveolar-type cells with prominent apical cytoplasmic mucin droplets.
27 this micrograph of a dorsal closure in a fruit-fly embryo, the protein actin is marked red, prominent around the gap in the epithelial cells.
28 The most prominent armed group in the region has vowed new attacks to prove it did not receive protection money from the government.
29 MOSCOW court is today expected to consider whether three prominent members of Russia's political opposition are guilty of "insubordination towards the police."
30 in the depths of the Depression, Irving Fisher, America's most prominent economist, wrote a pamphlet on "Stamp Scrip".