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celebrated

se luhb ray tuhd

  • v  behave as expected during of holidays or rites
  • v  have a celebration
  • v  assign great social importance to
    The film director was celebrated all over Hollywood
  • s  widely known and esteemed
    a celebrated musician
  • s  having an illustrious past

  • The Hard Case Of Mary Bell The British press breathes new life--and new controversy--into a celebrated child murder case.
  • Of the handful of priests expelled from the Roman Catholic Church in modern times for doctrinal error, none was more celebrated than Boston Jesuit Leonard Feeney.
  • A Photo-biography of the celebrated evangelist .
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  • John Adams in MiamiHerald.com
    In a letter to his wife, Abigail, he wrote that that date in 1776 "will be the most memorable epoch in the history of America. I am apt to believe that it will be celebrated, by succeeding generations, as the great anniversary festival. It ought to...
  • Leo Braudy in Newsweek
    This is not something that is usually considered a crime,Braudy, who teaches at University of Southern California, said of giving birth to children. "It's something that in the past was celebrated. People would say congratulations."
  • Mahinda Rajapakse in Reuters UK
    We were all proud to have this celebrated author, visionary and promoter of space exploration, prophet of satellite communications, great humanist and lover of animals in our midst,Rajapaksa said in a statement.

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