(1) Become famous, ideally infamous , through music which attracts teenagers and repels adults in equal degree.(2) Amiterre legem terrae (literally, "to lose the law of the land") is a Latin phrase used in law, signifying the forfeiture of the right of swearing in any court or cause, or to become infamous .(3) He's famous, infamous even, for many exploits, none of which, you sense, has done him anything but harm.(4) Once society felt certain of the difference between the famous and the infamous .(5) Or was there something that took place in your village that made it famous, or infamous ?(6) When you shake her hand, it's with an awareness of all the other hands, famous and infamous , naked and long dead, that she has shaken.(7) However, it is those same traits that have made her famous and infamous in equal measure.(8) Names of the renowned and the infamous are forever appearing in books, articles, and primary materials.(9) Debates about ethics have often accompanied well-known, not to say infamous , cases of alleged ethical transgression.(10) I've always said that he was either going to be famous for something or infamous for something.(11) The infamous London smog is an example of extreme air pollution.(12) Let me ask you about the most famous, or infamous , use of explosives, of course, that plane that went down.(13) Darcy writes to her, outlining his role in influencing Bingley and tells her about Wickham's infamous misconduct with Darcy's sister(14) An infamous character might be very likely to be a charge on the State.(15) Made famous, or rather infamous , by Shakespeare, Richard is put ├ö├ç├┐on trial├ö├ç├û for murdering two of his nephews.(16) This goes to the heart of what the infamous international comparison was all about - objective quality.
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