Prominence Prominently

Prominent

Meanings and phrases

prominent

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
adj.
  1. having a quality that thrusts itself into attention; outstanding; salient; spectacular; striking
  2. conspicuous in position or importance; big; large

most prominent

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E.g.
  • He was also one of India's most prominent lawyers.
  • The most prominent suburban group is in Bridgeview.
  • The scales are most prominent on the body whorl.

more prominent

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E.g.
  • Some of Robert-Fleury's more prominent pupils were:
  • Foreign affairs became a more prominent issue by 1935.
  • Bottom-aligned navigation bars are also more prominent.

prominent role

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E.g.
  • They also played a prominent role in "Saved You!".
  • Sreenivasan was chosen to play a prominent role.
  • Music played a prominent role in Hamdan’s upbringing.

other prominent

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E.g.
  • The delegation included two other prominent Muslims.
  • No other prominent Englishman did so in this period.
  • It also attracted the business of other prominent figures.

prominent member

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E.g.
  • Jost was a prominent member of the local Freemasons.
  • Another prominent member was Thomas A. Edison.
  • She was a prominent member of the Julio-Claudian dynasty.

many prominent

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  • There are also many prominent heritage buildings along Sparks Street.
  • "Our Mother’s House" received high praise from many prominent critics.
  • It also saw the return of many prominent players from military service.

became a prominent

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E.g.
  • After returning, he became a prominent "heel" in New Japan.
  • The Kerrs' son Michael Kerr became a prominent British lawyer.
  • Boudinot became a prominent lawyer and his practice prospered.

several prominent

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E.g.
  • It has been owned by several prominent individuals.
  • White also authored several prominent national hymns.
  • The home was owned by several prominent Beaumont families.

prominent figure

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E.g.
  • He is a prominent figure in modern Norwegian jazz.
  • He was a prominent figure during the Age of Enlightenment.
  • He was a prominent figure in Yale's Legal Realism movement.

prominent members

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E.g.
  • They were to become prominent members of the "promoters".
  • Subsequently, prominent members included:
  • Often, prominent members of the Boston community would attend the S.E.G.

prominent local

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E.g.
  • Dazastah (Reutens) is a prominent local record producer.
  • The monument is a prominent local landmark.
  • Sternberg was a prominent local Zionist from a young age.

prominent figures

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E.g.
  • It was made up of the most prominent figures in Milan.
  • It also attracted the business of other prominent figures.
  • Higham suggests that they were prominent figures of the time.

played a prominent

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E.g.
  • They also played a prominent role in "Saved You!".
  • Music played a prominent role in Hamdan’s upbringing.
  • He played a prominent part in the Irish Parliament of 1541-2.

became prominent

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  • The business became prominent and vary successful.
  • He became prominent among the discontented nobles.
  • In the 19th century railroads became prominent features.

number of prominent

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  • "Ghost in the Shell" (1989) influenced a number of prominent filmmakers.
  • Buttimer Buttimer is the surname of a number of prominent social figures.
  • Augustinus Fabrikker is a stakeholder in a number of prominent Danish companies:

prominent feature

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  • Crime was a prominent feature of city life.
  • Pilgrimage was a very prominent feature of medieval society.
  • Some developers pay an extra fee for a more prominent feature.

prominent part

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E.g.
  • He played a prominent part in the Irish Parliament of 1541-2.
  • He became a prominent part of the Muslim intelligentsia in South Asia.
  • The fortress plays a prominent part in the Steven Spielberg film "Amistad".

very prominent

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E.g.
  • He learned from very prominent scholars of his time.
  • Campaign which became very prominent during elections.
  • Pilgrimage was a very prominent feature of medieval society.

prominent position

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  • Information Secretary is a prominent position in the federal government.
  • Due to its prominent position, the polygon is visible from all directions.
  • The station site is in a prominent position on the main road leading to Woolacombe.

prominent family

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  • She was a member of a prominent family.
  • Chavarri comes from a prominent family.
  • Julian Abele was born in Philadelphia into a prominent family.

prominent example

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  • One prominent example of this is the Ripon Club.
  • One prominent example is the "ball and ramp experiment."
  • A prominent example is the case of family allowances in Austria.

less prominent

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  • There are several less prominent variable stars in Carina.
  • In larger groups, individual whistle sounds are less prominent.
  • The Kartha surname is still used, although it is less prominent.

prominent roles

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  • He has acted in prominent roles in major films set during wartime.
  • Several squeaky toys play prominent roles in Pixar's "Toy Story" movies.
  • Her most prominent roles have been on Canal 13 series, including ' and '.

prominent political

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  • She is among the most prominent political personalities of Europe.
  • Man-induced global climate change has become a prominent political issue.
  • For a while he was one of the most prominent political scientists in the GDR.

prominent among

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E.g.
  • He became prominent among the discontented nobles.
  • As Garcia was prominent among the missionaries, he was given the middle place.
  • Then there are the customers: the evil Mattlin and the sensitive Hartmann most prominent among them.

another prominent

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  • Todd Phillips is another prominent bluegrass player.
  • After entry, spirits were presented to another prominent god, Osiris.
  • Michelle O'Shea was another prominent underage player during this period.

prominent people

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  • Many prominent people have spent his education at this school.
  • The cemetery contains the graves of many of the area's prominent people.
  • Through both sides of his family, he was related to many prominent people.

prominent place

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E.g.
  • Their household was a prominent place for musical activity within Vienna.
  • Chocolate and cakes also occupy a prominent place for Christmas in France.
  • Residents of Peace River where surprised to learn of his prominent place in aviation.

prominent families

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E.g.
  • These 4 Korans still exist until today owned by prominent families of the tribe.
  • He also recounts a legend about a dispute between two prominent families of the area.
  • He is the ancestor of prominent families in Pila surnamed Rivera, Relova, Agra and Álava.

prominent citizens

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  • Several prominent citizens and bibliophiles have also been associated with the BCSA in Sydney.
  • The CND was a Cabinet committee with an Advisory Commission of prominent citizens working without pay.
  • In 1803, he joined other prominent citizens in organizing a lottery to raise funds for the Richmond Academy.

prominent artists

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  • He soon became friends with several prominent artists and writers in London.
  • Other prominent artists were Jun Tsuji, Eisuke Yoshiyuki, Shinkichi Takahashi and Katué Kitasono.
  • Samples of prominent artists such as Björk and Metallica are, however, present throughout the record.

prominent lawyer

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  • Her father, James Wallbridge was a prominent lawyer.
  • Her husband, Mark, is a prominent lawyer in the area.
  • Sleževičius was a prominent lawyer in inter-war Lithuania.

prominent leader

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  • His son Gjergj became a prominent leader of the Ottoman-Albanian wars.
  • "James" is generally taken to mean James the Just, a prominent leader in the early church.
  • Souter was a prominent leader of the Keep the Clause campaign, which sought to prevent its abolition.

prominent landmark

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  • Spencer Butte is a prominent landmark south of the city.
  • It is the most prominent landmark in northwestern New Mexico.
  • With a peak at 1221 feet above sea level, Wetton Hill is a prominent landmark.

prominent businessman

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E.g.
  • His father, Pierre Bastiat, was a prominent businessman in the town.
  • No one doubted the word and signed statement of such a prominent businessman.
  • Dalziel was understood to be backing prominent businessman Humphry Rolleston.

become a prominent

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E.g.
  • The monastery has become a prominent center of pilgrimage.
  • Flett was later to become a prominent Presbyterian missionary.
  • The incident has become a prominent case-study of re-use in art.

prominent leaders

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  • One of the prominent leaders was Beatrice Gray.
  • One of the prominent leaders of the Movement was David Chan Yuk-cheung.
  • He became "one of the most prominent leaders of the Southern Methodist Church."

prominent politicians

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E.g.
  • The opening ceremony, in January 1961, was attended by prominent politicians.
  • A number of celebrities and prominent politicians voiced anger over the incident.
  • A number of other prominent politicians and persons from Illinois are also buried at the cemetery.

took a prominent

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E.g.
  • She took a prominent role in the public debate over the 1967 Abortion Act.
  • Robert Stokes took a prominent part in Wellington affairs, including government.
  • The following year he took a prominent part in a naval battle off the Kent coast.

prominent positions

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E.g.
  • Certain other prominent positions have emerged, some of which are sector-specific.
  • Many Jews who came during the 18th and 19th centuries achieved prominent positions in Colombian society.
  • At that time, he began using the nickname "Xiaoping" and occupied prominent positions in the party apparatus.

prominent politician

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E.g.
  • Kopecký was a close relative of a prominent politician in the post-war government of Czechoslovakia.
  • Her second husband was Roland Lytton of Knebworth, Hertfordshire, a prominent politician and lawyer.
  • His elder son Oliver became a prominent politician and businessman, being created Viscount Chandos in 1954.

first prominent

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E.g.
  • He was the first prominent Livonian to be christened.
  • The first prominent cases were filed in federal court in 1997.
  • He was the first prominent philosopher who demanded tolerance for atheists.

prominent public

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E.g.
  • Among the prominent public buildings in Rotella are:
  • He is also known for his paintings of prominent public officials.
  • Many who stand in their way, amongst them prominent public figures, are executed.

prominent features

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E.g.
  • In the 19th century railroads became prominent features.
  • All of the prominent features in the village were destroyed.
  • In the city center, the river forms two lakes, both prominent features in Hamburg's cityscape.

become prominent

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E.g.
  • They were to become prominent members of the "promoters".
  • On the underside of the leaf, the spots develop into pink or white pustules that become prominent as the teliospores develop.
  • In the same way, his reflections on the process experienced after the end of the Pinochet dictatorship have become prominent.

prominent individuals

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E.g.
  • It has been owned by several prominent individuals.
  • They singled out prominent individuals, and even entire communities, for condemnation.
  • The NCCIC was initially made up of a group of prominent individuals, both African American and white.

prominent early

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E.g.
  • He became widely known for his aid work and as a prominent early Zionist.
  • One of the most prominent early residents was Dr. Harry C. Quillot, Mayor of Pontiac from 1901 to 1905.
  • The north-south streets of the original Fairbanks townsite were named for the prominent early residents of Fairbanks.

particularly prominent

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E.g.
  • Kala are particularly prominent in the lintels of the temple.
  • The character Donald Duck was particularly prominent in Chile.
  • This aspect was particularly prominent in the Matrix Quest sub-plot.

most prominent feature

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E.g.
  • The most prominent feature is a large sand mound about from the river.
  • Its most prominent feature is a brick entrance pavilion, which is centered in a projecting gable.
  • His most prominent feature are his strangely pale and cold eyes, so light as to almost blend with the sclera.

prominent architect

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E.g.
  • Yost, (1847–1923), a prominent architect from Ohio whose works included other public buildings.
  • Henry Busch Henry Frederick Busch (1826-1902) was a prominent architect in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
  • It was a new gallery set up at the 7 Alexandra Avenue address, by the prominent architect Datuk Lim Chong Keat.

prominent examples

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E.g.
  • John Dewey and Anton Makarenko are prominent examples of such reformers.
  • The new theaters in Paris and Bordeaux were prominent examples of the new style.
  • One of the more prominent examples of Grand Guignol in television is "Hannibal".

prominent location

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E.g.
  • Its size and prominent location have made it a landmark for the city.
  • Its prominent location made Barskoon an important trading post in the Middle Ages.
  • The driver is presented with the Borg-Warner Trophy, which is situated behind the car in a prominent location.

prominent men

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E.g.
  • Government encouraged settlement of Alta California by giving prominent men large Land Grants called "ranchos".
  • Investing with Egbert Judson, former California governor, Frederick Low and other prominent men in mining interests in Tombstone, Arizona Territory.
  • Authorities had ignored it for centuries, and many saw it as yet another extra-Parliamentary, illegal tax, which prompted some prominent men to refuse to pay it.

group of prominent

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E.g.
  • The NCCIC was initially made up of a group of prominent individuals, both African American and white.
  • As early as 1848 a group of prominent members of the Bathurst community surveyed and proposed a new route.
  • Together with a group of prominent Serbian writers, he was one of the founders of the Yugoslav PEN center in 1926.

most prominent members

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E.g.
  • Beginning in 1885, until her death, she was one of the most prominent members of Serbian society.
  • Its most prominent members included Washington Irving, James Fenimore Cooper and William Cullen Bryant.
  • According to Abbas Milani, he was "one of the most prominent members of the Iranian communist movement".

more prominent role

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E.g.
  • Light cavalry jinetes took on a more prominent role instead.
  • The more prominent role of the Court is located in the exercise of its judicial functions.
  • The character got a more prominent role in later episodes and was given a name in the 2nd season.

prominent citizen

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E.g.
  • The town was mostly deserted except for its most prominent citizen, Dr. Beanes.
  • Sahat Kula was built in 1667, by Hadži-paša Osmanagić, a prominent citizen of Podgorica.
  • By punishing a known friend and prominent citizen, he hopes to intimidate the Jewish populace.

prominent during

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Campaign which became very prominent during elections.
  • L’Heureux's work was prominent during the Victorian Era.
  • Two other Winamacs were prominent during the War of 1812.

became more prominent

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E.g.
  • It was here that his position became more prominent amongst the Baháʼís.
  • The manufacturing system became more prominent than the handcrafted production.
  • In the classical period many of the genres of western literature became more prominent.

prominent use

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E.g.
  • Hui Lau Shan is known for the prominent use of mango in its dishes.
  • Another prominent use is to connect islands of IPv6 installations across the IPv4 Internet.
  • It opened in 1930 and was designed by A. Grenander, making prominent use of the colour orange.

prominent supporter

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E.g.
  • He was a prominent supporter of philosopher Anton Günther (1783–1863).
  • She was also a prominent supporter of Senator Clinton's primary campaign.
  • Shakryl was a prominent supporter of presidential candidate Raul Khadjimba.

especially prominent

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E.g.
  • She is especially prominent in works produced in Athens.
  • Karst topography is especially prominent in the Dinaric Alps.
  • The rough endoplasmic reticulum is especially prominent in cells such as hepatocytes.

prominent buildings

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E.g.
  • This is a selection of prominent buildings on each continent.
  • Most prominent buildings are situated along Wellington, Sparks and Elgin streets.
  • The most prominent buildings in the parish are Cessnock Castle and The Barr Castle.

locally prominent

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E.g.
  • He was locally prominent.
  • It is associated with the locally prominent Sulivane family, who first came to Maryland in 1695.
  • Morgan, a captain in the Puritan Militia and a locally prominent man, and sold the property in 1670 to Robert Day.

prominent peak

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  • Though not a fourteener, West Spanish Peak is the twelfth most topographically prominent peak in the state.
  • However, because of its prominent peak and steep crags it has earned the reputation of being a separate fell.
  • Strawberry Peak Strawberry Peak () is a prominent peak in the San Gabriel Mountains of Los Angeles County, California.

prominent black

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E.g.
  • Her parents were Charles Hicks Bustill and Emily Robinson, prominent black Quakers.
  • Furthermore, this shark has prominent black tips on its pectoral fins, second dorsal fin, and caudal fin lower lobe.
  • It is very similar to "Callambulyx amanda", but the hindwing upperside lacks a prominent black marking near the tornus.

such prominent

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E.g.
  • Those plans were supported by such prominent public figures such as Clauswitz, Gneisenau, Theodor von Schon, and Wilhelm von Humbold.
  • Recent shows have included such prominent artists as Sobey Art Award winner Ursula Johnson, as well as Anne Troake, who both exhibited in 2015.
  • One such prominent example in use since 2018 is AFLX, a shortened variation of the game with seven players a side, played on a soccer-sized pitch.

play a prominent

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E.g.
  • Sreenivasan was chosen to play a prominent role.
  • The committees (see below) play a prominent role in this process.
  • Jews, despite their low number, play a prominent role in civil society.

prominent personalities

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E.g.
  • Many prominent personalities including Sri.
  • She has interviewed more than 10 African presidents and other prominent personalities.
  • In February 2017, she was featured as one of 20 prominent personalities in "Who's Who Namibia 2017".

prominent women

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E.g.
  • The majority of its members were socially prominent women.
  • Other prominent women's teams are China, South Korea, Germany and India.
  • The college is a member of the Seven Sisters, an association of seven prominent women's liberal arts colleges.

prominent mountain

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  • A prominent mountain pass in the area is Sanju Pass.
  • East Spanish Peak East Spanish Peak is a prominent mountain summit that is the lower of the two Spanish Peaks in the Rocky Mountains of North America.
  • Mount Princeton Mount Princeton is a high and prominent mountain summit of the Collegiate Peaks in the Sawatch Range of the Rocky Mountains of North America.

prominent white

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  • There are prominent white supercilia above the facial disc.
  • He was the only prominent white southern elected official to do so.
  • It has a characteristic and prominent white bib, In body length it is , with a tail.

prominent writers

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E.g.
  • Sewell contrived to link his name with those of many prominent writers of this period.
  • In addition to less well-known regulars, some more prominent writers occasionally appeared.
  • Two of his siblings became prominent writers, sister Clemence Housman and brother Laurence Housman.

prominent critic

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E.g.
  • He was a prominent critic of the McCarthy Era.
  • A prominent critic of the European Union, he is a vocal supporter of Brexit.
  • Noam Chomsky, a prominent critic of Skinner, published a review of Skinner's "Verbal Behavior" two years after it was published.

prominent advocate

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E.g.
  • Jasmuheen (born Ellen Greve) was a prominent advocate of breatharianism in the 1990s.
  • Hussain is a prominent advocate of greater minority participation in the armed forces.
  • He was one of the leading cardiologists of his day, and a prominent advocate of preventive medicine.

plays a prominent

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E.g.
  • After the Exodus, the Book of Judges plays a prominent role.
  • The fortress plays a prominent part in the Steven Spielberg film "Amistad".
  • Frigg plays a prominent role in the prose introduction to the poem, "Grímnismál".

prominent musicians

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E.g.
  • Through the years, Cordeiro has interviewed many prominent musicians, including the Beatles.
  • It has also produced a number of prominent musicians and singers for the world of Indian music.
  • The church has employed organists for over 500 years, many of them prominent musicians within Bavaria.

prominent business

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E.g.
  • He is a prominent business man and a young leader.
  • The Town is yet to have any prominent business house but is a growing market with a number of small industries, hotels and shops.
  • They are considered to be one of Canada's most prominent business families with a combined net worth of $1.75 billion in Canadian dollars.

prominent scholars

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E.g.
  • He learned from very prominent scholars of his time.
  • Its membership consists of no more than 435 members elected for life among the country's most prominent scholars and scientists.
  • By the late nineties, feminist science studies had become well-established and had many prominent scholars within its field of study.

prominent character

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E.g.
  • He is also a prominent character in Aristophanes' comedy the "Thesmophoriazusae".
  • Several films have been made featuring Rodin as a prominent character or presence.
  • Victoria was the prominent character on "Dark Shadows" for its first year of existence.

most prominent figures

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E.g.
  • It was made up of the most prominent figures in Milan.
  • His unique style of music made him one of the most prominent figures in Bengali culture.
  • Despite this, the best-known recording the company issued was of the most prominent figures in bebop.

prominent businessmen

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E.g.
  • Burns also worked with other prominent businessmen of colonial Sydney who supported Burns' application for a land grant in May 1830.
  • This ownership group consisted of prominent businessmen, elected officials, city council members, a mayor, and a Solano County supervisor.
  • The guns arrived in 1889 funded by donations from the Sultan of Johor, members of the various communities in Singapore and prominent businessmen.

prominent scientists

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E.g.
  • Under his leadership many of his disciples achieved their Doctoral degrees and became prominent scientists.
  • His insistence on the existence of the vacuum also led to conflict with other prominent scientists, including Descartes.
  • Both Booker and SKULL ran afoul of the Outsiders when SKULL began kidnapping prominent scientists, superheroes, and millionaires.
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