prominent

All Adjective
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  • Long Island has played a prominent role in scientific research and in engineering.
  • India's has a growing international influence and a prominent voice in global affairs.
  • A later program would give the Olympics a much more prominent role in the meeting.
  • The Old Town is the most prominent example of an old town in the country.
  • The family had not been prominent in Roman public life.
  • This would when first made have been a less prominent position, right at the end of the row.
  • One prominent example is scientific research, which can be described as a gift economy.
  • Great Britain sent three prominent military leaders to the area.
  • Its size and prominent location have made it a landmark for the city.
  • A guest book may be placed in a prominent place during the viewing.
  • As in many states, especially those without major league professional sport teams, college athletics are prominent.
  • It was during this time that many of the most prominent governing bodies were formed.
  • As a result, women's breasts become far more prominent than those of men.
  • These decades were also prominent in the production of the Eastern or Red Western.
  • In the classical period many of the genres of western literature became more prominent.
  • Both have since been appointed to other prominent positions within the Hamas government.
  • One of the more prominent places people see costumes is in theatre, film and on television.
  • Many of them rose to prominent positions in the Spanish governments there.
  • Both are set in the near future, in a world where cybernetics are prominent.
  • However, recently several prominent functional programming languages have been used in commercial or industrial systems.
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