be famous as in a sentence

"be famous as" in Chinese  
  1. Sonoma may be famous as wine country, but, " Remember your cousin Larry?
  2. From that stage Lina s name would be famous as  the knight.
  3. This hill will later be famous as the home of Nuada's great grandson Fionn mac Cumhaill.
  4. How many books does an author need to have sold to be famous as an author?
  5. Roberta Cowell attended Whitgift School, a John Cunningham, who would later be famous as an RAF Night fighter ace and test pilot.
  6. It's difficult to find be famous as in a sentence.
  7. "Well, " he said, " I guess we'll always be famous as the team that lost the first overtime game in WAC history.
  8. Lewes met writer Mary Ann Evans, later to be famous as George Eliot, in 1851, and by 1854 they had decided to live together.
  9. He later studied conducting at the Sibelius Academy, where his classmates included two Finns soon to be famous as conductors, Esa-Pekka Salonen and Jukka-Pekka Saraste.
  10. Arguing that he's not going to be famous a year from now is pointless-why do we still have dethtoll 17 : 28, 12 September 2007 ( UTC)
  11. Tuscaloosa may be famous as the home of the University of Alabama, its storied football program and one of college football's winningest coaches, Paul W . " Bear"
  12. Schwabing used to be famous as Munich's bohemian quarter and is still popular among tourists and locals, especially young people, for its accumulation of bars, clubs, and restaurants.
  13. "He really did high-quality work, and he got to be famous as a personality because he was tied in with the Studio 54 crowd, like Halston and Liza Minelli, " she said.
  14. "' Alhaj Moulana Peer Ghousavi Shah "'( Urdu : ) ( 4 November 1955 ) is a Muslim Sufi Mystic Teacher, Writer and Columnist said to be famous as a great humanist in south India.
  15. It would certainly be a disappointment, though, and would be famous as one of the big reasons we try to prove things in the first place . talk ) 18 : 59, 3 March 2008 ( UTC)
  16. The painter Degas once said " it's wonderful to be famous as long as you remain unknown . " Cartier-Bresson loved that remark and carried the photojournalistic penchant for invisibility to such attention-getting lengths as to shield his face while receiving an honorary degree at Oxford.

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