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infamy

in fuh mee

  • n  a state of extreme dishonor
    a date which will live in infamy"- F.D.Roosevelt
  • n  evil fame or public reputation

  • The resulting trial, sentencing and execution of German carpenter and ex-convict Bruno Richard Hauptmann for the crime would extend the infamy of the case four more years.
  • But Anna Nicole Smith, 39, possessed a different kind of claim to fame and infamy.
  • The resulting trial, sentencing and execution of German carpenter and ex-convict Bruno Richard Hauptmann for the crime would extend the infamy of the case four more years.
News & Articles

  • Utah Jazz: Reliving the shot that lives in infamy
    Utah Jazz: Reliving the shot that lives in infamy by James Seaman | Special To The Tribune Published Jun 13, 2013 12:57PM MDT The photo shows the ball at its apex and 6.6 seconds on the clock. A sea of faces stare back in anguish, desperately hoping for a clang off the back of the iron. It is the last instant in which the Utah Jazz led an NBA Finals game, a fleeting moment made timeless by ...
    June 13, 2013 - The Salt Lake Tribune
  • Rudest, Most Obnoxious Customer In America? Woman Goes On Tirade With Racist Insults Because She Didn’t Get Receipt!
    Welcome to infamy, Taylor Chapman. In what appear to be one of the rudest, most obnoxious and undeserved rants ever, a Florida woman videotaped herself berating workers a Dunkin’ Donuts… READ ON
    June 11, 2013 - RadarOnline.com
  • Morning Roundup: Bus Stop Edition
    In the news: Tornadoes reported in Maryland, Michael A. Brown photo will live in infamy, public pool makes people blue. [ more › ]
    June 11, 2013 - DCist
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