“What, after all, is this Karamazov family, which has gainedsuch an unenviable notoriety throughout Russia?”
The Handbook had been written bya British hacker known as “Hugo Cornwall” and achieved instant notoriety whenit was first published in March 1985.
The association, or "Alliance" as it terms itself, which has been formed for this purpose, has acquired some notoriety through the publicity given to a correspondence between its Secretary and one of the very few English public men who hold that a politician's opinions ought to be founded on principles.
It had been the general rule for princes to serve as regents for minors on the imperial throne, but this time the princes concerned won such notoriety through their intrigues that the Peking court circles decided to entrust the regency to two concubines of the late emperor.
Youth led by Experience visits Notoriety.
They hanged at Tyburn, in those days, so the street outside Newgate had not obtained one infamous notoriety that has since attached to it.
The publicity increased Chaos’s notoriety; its first annual congress wasorganized as a result of the coverage engendered by the Btx hack.
And, knowing the extent of his personal acquaintance with others, and of others with him, he compares his notoriety with that of the perfumery-girl, finds no great difference between them, and reaches at once the conclusion that she, in her walks, would be equally liable to recognition with himself in his.
All I feared was to bring notoriety, scandal, on the family--on you and May." "Good God," he groaned again, bowing his face in his hands.