newfound popularity

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  • However, with this newfound popularity he begins to discover more than he would like to know about his girlfriend's complicated history with men.
  • Country and folk music further developed as well, gaining newfound popularity and acclaim for hard-edged folk music.
  • Soon after the album's release, Frusciante developed a dislike of the band's newfound popularity.
  • Becky doesn't understand what's happening to her, but she loves her newfound popularity.
  • It also has a newfound popularity in Australia and Brazil.
  • This newfound popularity did not go unnoticed by police officers, as he was arrested, questioned and roughed up several times.
  • Despite his newfound popularity and fame, Dumbo dislikes this job and is now more miserable than ever.
  • This newfound popularity aided the effort of having biathlon gain entry into the Winter Olympics.
  • He saw the band's newfound popularity as shameful.
  • However, he was overwhelmed by the band's newfound popularity and as a result quit in 1992.
  • With her newfound popularity and her recent FAMAS victory, she was then cast as the lead star in her first leading role in the movie Rosa Rossini.
  • It is this newfound popularity that is bringing vermouth back from its post-WWII slump.
  • When Nora berates Dizzy for becoming the same person he once hated, he uses his newfound popularity to confront Connor.
  • The idea was to capitalize on Sedaka's newfound popularity by making his RCA-era recordings available to younger generations of fans.
  • Her newfound popularity is dashed when she inadvertently reveals on a television interview that the antagonist of her novel is based on Sawyer and all of her other life dramas.
  • However, despite its newfound popularity, Tirta was a critic of the recent revival of batik in the early 21st Century.
  • The 1990s, American grunge and alternative rock, and Britpop gain a wide following, as well as a newfound popularity in musicals.
  • In later editions of his annual movie guide, Maltin included an addendum to his review stating his surprise with the film's newfound popularity as a cult-classic.
  • Even once his journal is back in his possession, Schmeckler must struggle with the book's newfound popularity, his relationship with Sarah, and the reasons he began developing the book in the first place.
  • Using his newfound popularity, North took the chance to appoint Lord Sandwich to the cabinet as First Lord of the Admiralty.
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