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1. She came to national prominence as an artist in the 1960s.
2. He came to prominence during the World Cup in Italy.
3. She first came to prominence as an artist in 1989.
4. Delete what is dispensable and give more prominence to the essentials.
5. The lawyer reached a position of prominence in her profession at an early age.
6. He had swiftly risen to prominence during the 1950s.
7. She has achieved a prominence she hardly deserves.
8. Crime prevention had to be given more prominence.
9. The newspapers are giving the affair considerable prominence.
10. The newspapers have given undue prominence to the story.
11. Every newspaper gave prominence to the success of England's cricketers.
12. The former rebels were given positions of prominence in the new government.
13. He came to prominence in the row over defence policy.
14. The city's rise to prominence as a port began in the early nineteenth century.
15. An item of prominence on the conference agenda was infant health care.
16. His account gives due prominence to the role of the king.
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17. I was determined to give it maximum prominence.
18. Como was defeated, but gradually rose again to prominence.
19. Mora y Villamil held military and political prominence.
20. Gloucester first came to prominence in 1469.
21. It was then that Khomeini first came to prominence.
22. The day was clear; everything had prominence, the land against the water; the water against the sky.
23. As Microsoft ascended to prominence and Apple descended to the depths, the licensing debate among Mac users rose in volume.
24. These strange circumstances pushed into prominence the only Catholics who were not banned from attending the meeting.
25. Bradley, a Hall of Fame pro basketball player, first gained prominence as a college hoops star at Princeton.
26. Smith was going for depth this time, and his prominence as a crossover artist made it somewhat of a risk.
27. The most developed of these, Meade's scheme for varying social insurance contributions, was given special prominence.
28. She married Jose in 1963 and played an important supporting role as he rose to prominence in the business world.
29. Robinson spent the years of the civil war and Interregnum building up business interests and achieving prominence in City politics.
30. Balancing the budget was always a fundamental element of the contract, but it assumed greater prominence as the year evolved.
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