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The most famousof these predictions came just before the stock-market crash of 1929, when Yale Professor Irving Fisher reassured investors that stock prices had attained a "permanently high plateau."
In September 1944, Operation Market Garden, made famousin the film A Bridge Too Far, saw thousands of allied paratroops dropping into the Netherlands to try and take key bridges on rivers leading to Germany.
An article celebrates the return to favor of jazz pianist Keith Jarrett, whose sharp tongue is nearly as famousas his music (he disses Wynton Marsalis as a "talented high-school trumpet player").
They're playing it as a breakthrough-in-marketing story--small-time filmmakers hit on big-time strategy--when it's actually the oldest marketing story in the history of culture: scaring and delighting audiences and making oneself rich and famousby pushing back the boundaries of what is commonly thought of as realistic.
Porches is famousthroughout Portugal for its hand-painted pottery, though you won’t find much in the village itself.
Of course, Malone did not become famousbecause his company owned a lot of cable wires.
It became not only possible but common for a successful young economist to become famouswithin a few years after graduate school, to become a full professor at a top school in his late 20s or early 30s.
Hackett's world famousbungy jumping - cruises on the lake on the vintage "Earnslaw" - high country sheep stations - gold panning - spectacular walking trails- the list is endless... 139310
Imus is hailed as the champion "ringmaster" of the new news: The accompanying profile --like every profile of Imus--applauds his sense of the absurd and his ability to bully the famousinto speaking truthfully but worries about his crudeness and his temper.
Maverick made the word famouswith a World War II memorandum denouncing the bloated language found in government reports: “Be short and say what you're talking about.
Of Pasadena’s highly reputed architecture, no building is more famousthan the Gamble House (4 Westmoreland Place).
Played at Edinburgh in 1847, it is one of the most famouson record and is given in Joseph Gould's book, "Memorable Matches".
Actually, it is not our size, but quality, innovation and product performance that has made the Electrolux group famousaround the world.
Many have gone on to become famousat a local level, and even recorded their own CDs.
The bird is famousamongst high country people for its comical behaviour and bad habits.
Tourists continue to flock to landmarks made famousover the years, but don’t make the trek expecting to see anyone associated with the film business.
A title reads: "Chief of the 'Itivimuits' and as a great hunter famousthough all Ungava--Nanook, The Bear."
His life story enhances this image of fragile purity: He's a late bloomer who didn't publish a mature work until his 50s and didn't become famousuntil his 60s.
The Church of the Pater Noster is where he is said to have taught the disciples the Lord’s Prayer, and around the cloisters of the adjoining convent there are tiled panels bearing the famousw ords in almost every world language.
Is it possible, she asks, to become famouswhile disappearing?
Take a stroll late at night and see the sights that make St.Kilda famouswhilst during the day walk the beaches, explore Acland St or perhaps dash onto the Nepean Highway and explore Victoria.
Famoustheworldover for its scenic beauty, Queenstown was recently voted one of the world's top travel destinations by America's Travel and Leisure magazine.