cult figure


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He became a cult figure and in the end he was bigger than the channel.
His full debut for Swansea came nine games ago, and he's already a cult figure with the fans.
If it stays below the media surface, which is likely, he'll remain a cult figure.
Gwen, 33, is the `new Madonna', the magazine claims and is now a cult figure with lots of `Gwenabees'.
But Sahaf, who became a cult figure in the war with his wild claims of Iraqi success, has been ordered by the coalition to stay in Baghdad.
A cult figure during his time with City, Dickov got just the boost he needed ahead of Scotland's Euro 2004 play-off against Holland on Saturday.
Winterson is a cult figure, and Art Objects bears all the markings of a high priestess' instructions to her coterie.
AFC Liverpool has recruited the former centre forward Meijer, who became a cult figure at Anfield in 1999 for his eccentric approach to playing.
STV's weatherman Sean Batty, fast becoming a cult figure with his rolling 'rrrrs' and open-necked shirts (but only on the 'relaxed' Five Thirty Show), referred to 'fingerrrs of snow' on Monday night.
Lievremont has already shown his authority and desire to do things his way by leaving out cult figure and crowd favourite Sebastien Chabal (below) from his squad.
MICKEY DROY Man mountain defender who was a cult figure for Chelsea over a 15-year career.
A growing cult figure in the West for ``Platform'' and ``Unknown Pleasures,'' his studies of provincial youth coming to bewildered terms with the new possibilities of capitalism, technology and the incomplete transition to freedom, Zia not only takes his latest film to the big city but goes international with it.