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We know that Fleury's gas can lift anything, as the world-famous trials of '89 showed, but its almost indefinite powers of expansion necessitate vast tank room.
Lord John Roxton's reputation as a sportsman and a traveler is, of course, world-famous," said the chairman; "at the same time it would certainly be as well to have a member of the Press upon such an expedition.
and Andrew Galloway, the world-famous Braces King, the inventor and proprietor of the inimitable 'Tried and Proven', was her brother.
I don't recognize the world-famous Austrian discipline, if you allow a subordinate to address you like that
She stopped to speak to the manager of the hotel, who knew her from her visits to the world-famous restaurant, and she asked at once for Sir Wingrave Seton.
The fragment of the Critias has given birth to a world-famous fiction, second only in importance to the tale of Troy and the legend of Arthur; and is said as a fact to have inspired some of the early navigators of the sixteenth century.
Golf commentator Peter Alliss, writing in the forthcoming issue of Bonhams Magazine, said: "It is not often that a world-famous piece of golfing memorabilia comes on the open market, but such is the case with the portrait of one Henry Callender.
Head of Marketing at Aintree racecourse Nadine Mansfield teamed up with Al Cross, from Crabbie's, at the world-famous racecourse at Aintree yesterday.
Nurburg, Sept 18 (ONA) The Omani Rally driver Ahmed al- Harthy, driver of the National Bank of Oman auto team is focused on signing-off his maiden campaign in the Blancpain Endurance Series on a high at the world-famous Nurburg on September 21st/22nd, when the pan-European championship reaches its conclusion.
A bomb scare at the Eiffel Tower, which had led to hundreds of tourists being forced to evacuate the world-famous landmark in Paris, was a false alarm, French police have said
According to the research index for the household appliances market released by World Influential Organizations, Haier is a world-famous brand
Summary: A huge crowd descended on Edinburgh for the world-famous Hogmanay celebrations.
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