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Adoption given great prominence in social worker training? Times, Sunday Times (2011)His political connections and driving intellect quickly propelled him to a position of prominence within the struggling sect. America Past and Present (1995)In this process, arms control emerged to a position of prominence. NATO's Changing Strategic Agenda (1990)Moreover, it had given a cerebral game international prominence and political glamour. Times, Sunday Times (2008)His parents' rise to national prominence was more gradual. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But in recent times, the organic has gained prominence. Christianity Today (2000)Now it has shot to national prominence as America's most hostile environment for illegal immigrants. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He first came to national prominence in 1994 when he ran for mayor of Istanbul and won. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Numerous large commercial concerns with famous names have dropped from public prominence during the company's 99 years of trading. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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British English: prominence NOUN
If someone or something is in a position of prominence, they are well-known and important.
He came to prominence during the World Cup.
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