FAME

[company] FAME is a retail branding agency headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Founded in 1990, it is part of the TBWA Network and Omnicom Group portfolio. In 2010, FAME was named TBWA`s fastest growing agency. ==Business Operations== FAME’s capabilities include marketing and advertising disciplines such as strategic planning, broadc...
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Fame

What a writer gets when he/she is constantly and consistently getting up. One of the goals of writers is to have fame within the subculture of writers, and some, like Chaka, aim to have fame (or at least be recognized) outside of the subculture.
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fame

[n] - favorable public reputation 2. [n] - the state or quality of being widely honored and acclaimed
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FAME

Fatty Acid Methyl Ester.
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FAME

Forum for African Medical Editors
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Fame

Fame noun [ Old French fame , Latin fama , from fari to speak, akin to Greek ............ a saying, report, ............... to speak. See Ban , and confer Fable , Fate , Euphony , Blame .] 1. Public report or rumor. « The fa...
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Fame

Fame transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Famed ,; present participle & verbal noun Faming .] 1. To report widely or honorably. « The field where thou art famed To have wrought such wonders.» Milt...
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fame

renown noun the state or quality of being widely honored and acclaimed
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Fame

• (n.) Report or opinion generally diffused; renown; public estimation; celebrity, either favorable or unfavorable; as, the fame of Washington. • (v. t.) To make famous or renowned. • (v. t.) To report widely or honorably. • (n.) Public report or rumor.
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Fame

(from the article `1980: Other Winners`) ...for Ordinary PeopleCinematography: Ghislain Cloquet and Geoffrey Unsworth for TessArt Direction: Pierre Guffroy and Jack Stephens for TessOriginal ...
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Fame

(from the article `1980: Other Winners`) ...Ghislain Cloquet and Geoffrey Unsworth for TessArt Direction: Pierre Guffroy and Jack Stephens for TessOriginal Score: Michael Gore for ...
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fame

fame 1. The condition of being very well known. 2. Someone`s reputation or a situation whereby a person is known, or talked about, by many people; especially, because of notable achievements. 3. Etymology: from 'celebrity, renown', which came from Old French fame, from Latin fama, 'talk, rumor, report, reputation'; literally, 'saying', from the st...
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Fame

[The Game] `Fame (The Game)` is the second official single from Donna Summer`s 2008 studio album Crayons. It has so far been a major success on Billboard sub-charts, peaking at #1 on the Hot Dance Club Play chart. ==Charts== ...
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Fame

HMS Fame was a British Fearless Class destroyer of 1350 tons displacement launched in 1934. She was armed with four 4.7-inch guns; six smaller guns; two depth-charge throwers and eight 21-inch torpedo tubes. She was powered by three Admiralty 3-drum type boilers providing a top speed of 36.7 knots and a range of 6000 miles at 15 knots. She carried ...
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Fame

[Database] Reporting statistics of link sportsponsoringkongress.de; 0 records. Reports COIBot reported 0 links. ...
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FAME

[database] FAME (Forecasting Analysis and Modeling Environment) is a time series database from SunGard which comes along with a suite of APIs and domain-specific programming language. == History == The FAME software environment has undergone several key development phases during its long history. Larry Rafsky founded GemNet to create FAME i...
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Fame

[musical] A stage musical based on the 1980 musical film Fame has been staged under two titles. The first, `Fame – The Musical` conceived and developed by David De Silva, is a musical with a book by José Fernandez, music by Steve Margoshes and lyrics by Jacques Levy. The musical premiered in 1988 in Miami, Florida. As `Fame on 42nd Stree...
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Fame

[television] Millennium Park fountain thing I, Brett Gustafson, took this photo myself. If you copy, distribute, make derivative works or make commercial use of this work you must attribute this photo to `Brett Gustafson`. ...
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Fame

[David Bowie song] `Fame` is a song recorded by David Bowie, initially released in 1975. It reached Number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 during the week of 20 September 1975. ==Song development== With the Young Americans sessions mostly concluded by late 1974, the material was delayed while Bowie extricated himself from his contract with manag...
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Fame

[Irene Cara song] `Fame` is a pop song, written by Michael Gore (music) and Dean Pitchford (lyrics) that was released in 1980, and achieved chart success as the theme song to the Fame film and TV series. The song was performed by Irene Cara, who played the role of Coco Hernandez in the original movie. It won the Academy Award for Best Origi...
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Fame

Fame (the state of being widely known) often refers to: == Film, television and stage == == Music == ===Album=== ===Artist=== ===Song=== ===Studio=== == Science and technology == ==Other uses== ...
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Fame

[movie, TV series, and theme song] ...
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