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- A prominence is a large, bright feature extending outward from the Sun 's surface, often in a loop shape.
- This prominence is most distinct at its upper part, and is larger in the male than in the female.
- Its prominence is due to the facts that Tahiti was the most populous island and the Tahitian language chosen for missionary work.
- Such prominence is unlikely to endear existing patent law doctrine to those who rely upon, pay for, and fear being excluded from medical care.
- A solar prominence is a cloud of solar gas held above the Sun's surface by the Sun's magnetic field.
- Odin probably rose to prominence during the Migration period, gradually displacing Tyr at the head of the pantheon in West and North Germanic cultures.
- Jackson rose to prominence and earned his most famous nickname at the First Battle of Bull Run (also known as First Manassas) in July 1861.
- By the third century AD, the Germanic tribe known as the Franks rose to prominence in the northwest of Germany near the lower and middle Rhine Valley.
- Numan rose to prominence at the tail end of the 1970s as front man, writer and producer for Tubeway Army.
- The grape first rose to prominence in the Chablis and Burgundy regions.
- Many notable musicians came to prominence under his direction, including saxophonist Lester Young and singers Jimmy Rushing and Joe Williams.
- Though he's most interested in acid house and early Detroit techno, Alex Reece came to prominence in the mid-'90s as a jungle star.
- Ironically, it was another Oklahoman, Daniel Allen Hodge, who rose to prominence in the Junior Heavyweight field.
- The table below lists the highest 100 summits with at least 500 m (1,640 ft) prominence, approximating a 7% relative prominence.
- She came to prominence following her debut album Christina Aguilera (1999), which was a commercial success.
- Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Cassidy rose to prominence as a battle rapper and started appearing on mix tapes.
- In about 1360 Timur gained prominence as a military leader.
- Shank first came to prominence in the big bands of Charlie Barnet and Stan Kenton during the late 1940s.
- However, from the turn of the 20th century when more British tin-mining companies were set up in the city, Ipoh gained prominence.
- After that time, big bands rose to prominence playing swing music and held a major role in defining swing as a distinctive style.
- While in the Chronicles greater prominence is given to the priestly or Levitical office, in the Kings greater prominence is given to the kingly.
- Its prominence increased in the 1960 with the beginning of the Palestinian resistance movement and its adoption by Arafat.
- Because of his title of prince and his prominence as an anarchist in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, he was known by some as "the Anarchist Prince".
- Despite the prominence of large elliptical and spiral galaxies, most galaxies in the universe appear to be dwarf galaxies.
- Shriver first came to prominence at the 1978 US Open where, as a 16-year-old amateur, she reached the women's singles final.
- Rajputs rose to prominence during the 9th to 11th centuries.
- Aldous Huxley was born into a family of intellectual prominence.
- In addition to Kanem-Bornu, two other states in the region, Baguirmi and Ouaddai, achieved historical prominence.
- Following the installation of Pat Quinn as general manager in 1988, the Canucks rose to prominence in the early 1990s.
- A zygomatic process projects from the front of the temporal bone where it joins the zygomatic bone to help form the prominence of the cheek.
- The trade restrictions of the continental system led to a decline of the significance of Amsterdam; it never regained its former prominence.
- ZYGOMATIC BONE - The quadrangular bone on either side of face that forms the cheek prominence.
- Joe Williams, the jazz and blues singer and Cosby Show actor, who achieved prominence in the late 1950s.
- French film director Jean-Luc Godard came to prominence with the New Wave group of filmmakers during the late 1950s and the 1960s.
- Barr rose to prominence as an exotic dancer in Dallas in the late 1950s.
- A semi-nomadic people called the Manchus first rose to prominence in what is now northeastern China.
- In later years, the U. S. S.R. was to adopt his training techniques for ice hockey players which enabled the Soviets to rise to world prominence.
- The rise to world prominence had wrought great changes on the nomadic Kushans.
- But Wilhelm Pieck managed to elude escape - rising to world prominence in 1949 when he became dictator of East Germany.
- The increasing prominence of the chapter house in the 1920s illustrates the power of this social movement on most colleges and universities.
- The rising popularity of "The Honeymooners" was reflected in its increasing prominence as part of The Jackie Gleason Show.
- This work led to an increasing prominence of the field of linguistics, which became a recognized discipline in most Amercan university only after the war.
- Maynard Ferguson came to prominence playing in Stan Kenton 's orchestra, before forming his own band in 1957.
- Ferguson came to prominence playing in Stan Kenton 's orchestra at age 16, before forming his own band in 1957.
- For those who may not know, James Burton is a pioneering guitarist who first came to prominence playing with Ricky Nelson.
- It was easy for Rome to be jealous of Constantinople at a time when it was rapidly losing its political prominence.
- Eisai was also instrumental in introducing tea consumption to the warrior class, which rose to political prominence after the Heian Period.
- Habash, who came from a wealthy Christian family, first achieved political prominence at the head of the Arab Nationalist Movement in 1952.
- Bob Lazar came to public prominence in the late 1980's; he claimed to have taken part in the back-engineering of extra-terrestrial craft at Area S-4 (approx.
- This work brought into public prominence the conductor Mr Henry J. Wood (b.
- During this same period his art was gaining prominence and he participated in a Cubist retrospective in New York.
- There were other states where Rajputs were gaining prominence.
- But after the conversion of the new Bulgarian masters of Illyria (864) the see rose again to great prominence, this time under the name of Achrida (Achris).
- During the past 10 years, the conference has evolved into a national meeting of great prominence for the fertilizer industry.
- Chiang led China in the Second Sino-Japanese War, during which Chiang's stature within China weakened, but his international prominence grew.
- The Corrs came to international prominence with their performance at the 1996 Summer Olympics.
- Experimenting with various styles such as industrial music, they rose to international prominence and influenced acts such as Rammstein for instance.
- Bolivia, in particular, was quite successful due to the prominence of an indigenous population and the persistence of reformist policies.
- Although Proof first rose to national prominence as a part of the rap group D12, he had been quite successful on his own.
- Buckley, a Skull and Bones secret society member, champion debater and former editor of The Yale Daily News, soon rose to national prominence.
- She first came to national prominence by placing 2nd at the novice level of the U.S. Championships in 1989; Nicole was eleven years old.
- Composers such as Hector Berlioz orchestrated their works in a way hitherto unheard, giving a new prominence to wind instruments.
- Of these Edmund Hay soon rose to prominence and was rector of Clermont College, Paris.
- Toumanova actually came to prominence as a child prodigy at age 8 dancing in L'Eventail de Jeanne in Paris.
- After the Siege of Paris in 1870 and the 1871 Paris Commune, the Legitimists returned for one final time to political prominence.
- The study of the sun, moon, and stars has been a subject of prominence among humans for many thousands of years.
- A filament on the limb of the Sun seen in emission against the dark sky is called a solar prominence.
- Instrumental blues, particularly the trumpet work of Louis Armstrong, also gained prominence.
- In growing rage, LaRocca watched as, led by Louis Armstrong, black musicians garnered increasing prominence as pioneers and innovators.
- One of Nur ad-Din's lieutenants, Saladin (Salah-al-Din Yusuf ib-Ayyub), would rise to prominence in the coming conflicts.
- Abstract: Game theory has had a profound influence on many fields of the social sciences since its rise to prominence more than fifty years ago.
- Because of the limited shoreline of one continental mass, Triassic marine deposits are globally relatively rare despite their prominence in Western Europe.
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