- 美 [ˈfeɪməs]
- 1.if sb. or sth. is famous, a lot of people know their name or have heard about them
- 2.<archaic>very good
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Instead, there are limited possibilities for a thief with a famous stolen painting on his hands.
As the next day to get there a little early KUTA beach, here with a nice rejects the equatorial sunset famous hebron.
Back in the 1920s, you could have seen all this at New York City's famous Hippodrome Theater.
Sir Harvey Amis was one of Britain's famous dress makers before and after the war.
That plane crash in Chad would make headlines around the world if one of the passengers were a famous rock musician.
When he took charge of the Union army, McClellan was considered a military genius, but he soon became famous for his chronic hesitancy.
One famous physician always made it a rule to spend at least 15minutes on general reading before he went to sleep each night .
Mr Hirst is as famous for being rich and famous as he is for his art, which may be part of his appeal.
What you see here are four of these paintings, they were all done from prints of famous installations.
But I guess he has the last laugh on me. He's a famous brain surgeon and me, I'm selling used cars and barely make enough to live on.
"Jianmei Aluminium Profiles" have been used in numerous domestic and international famous construction projects.
Disappointed, a bit of searching online helped her discover the Taipei-based Shilin Night Market, a world-famous snack repository.
Shanghai is often compared to other world-famous cities but it's nightlife people and culture are really unique.
Central authorities almost certainly did not hatch a plan to strong-arm one of the west's most famous companies.
Linda was not able to go to that famous college, but she planned to start all over again rather than giving up the challenge.
This famous picture of Lincoln features his head grafted to the body of Jefferson Davis, president of the Confederacy.
One of the most famous execution was that of Anne Boleyn in 1536.
She looked suspiciously like Clarkson, and snarky commentators wondered what had attracted her to the famous multi-millionaire.
Many of these songs were made famous by popular singers, but have been adapted by me to suit the anti-corruption message I wish to spread.
Since he was one of the most famous pirates ever, such a large amount of treasure is not surprising.