Hall of Famer


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Hall of Fame

n. pl. Halls of Fame
1. A group of persons judged outstanding, as in a sport or profession.
2. A building housing memorial items honoring illustrious persons.

Hall′ of Fam′er n.

Hall′ of Fam′er


n.
(sometimes l.c.)
a person who has been accepted into a Hall of Fame.
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The new Hall of Famer was honored before the White Sox and Athletics wrapped up a three-game series, and it was quite a turnout for the low-key slugger.
Which future Hall of Famer had the first hit in an All-Star Game?
Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, Jason Kidd,' said Penicheiro, a future Hall of Famer who made her name with the Sacramento Monarchs.
A statement from his publicist says the 83-year-old Rock & Roll Hall of Famer had a stroke Thursday night and is recuperating in Memphis.
He has also been training with future Hall of Famer Freddie Roach.
The home former NFL running back and Hall of Famer LaDanian Tomlinson called his during his brief time with the New York Jets will be offered at auction on Sept.
Next in line was Hall of Famer Flash Elorde who 'held a version of the world junior lightweight title from 1960 to 1967 and made 10 successful defenses during that time.' Third was Nonito Donaire, Jr., another future Hall of Famer.
Summary: New York [United States], June 14 (ANI): The New York Liberty Basketball team has condoled the demise of Hall of Famer and Olympic Gold medallist Anne Donovan, who recently passed away aged 56 of heart failure.
The LPGA Hall of Famer won the Bank of Hope Founders Cup at Wildfire Golf Club at JW Marriott Phoenix Desert Ridge Resort and Spa in Phoenix, Arizona, on Sunday (local time).
"We've been waiting a while for another Hall of Fame entrant, but I'm sure we won't be waiting quite so long for the next Hall of Famer.
Each Hall of Famer will receive a profile in the June issue of Beverage Dynamics and be honored at the Growth Brands reception during the WSWA Convention.
While partnered with Paul Williams in 1993, Maisonet rose to national prominence with a runner-up finish, losing to Hall of Famer Albert Apuzzi and Ed Golden in the YMCA nationals event.