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Jovan Belcher was exactly the same, except for the fact that he was a pro football player and subject to more notoriety.Pundits Pin Blame for Murderer Jovan Belcher on Everything But Him | Buzz Bissinger | December 5, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Burning the Birkin brought him even more notoriety, and outcry, after he was featured on E!Tyler Shields: Extreme Photographer of Lindsay Lohan, Kellan Lutz, and Young Hollywood | Chris Lee | June 5, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
It was a real turning point, because it brought more notoriety to what we were doing.
I believe the wax dolls and sewing machines gained more notoriety.Elementary Instruction in The Art of Illuminating and Missal Painting on Vellum | D. Laurent de Lara
This is what the present generation of heirs want to recover, but thus far have gained more notoriety than cash by the effort.America, Volume III (of 6) | Joel Cook
The second of Zeno's arguments is the one concerning Achilles and the tortoise, which has achieved more notoriety than the others.
But he was to attain more notoriety in a less useful struggle.Argentina | W. A. Hirst
Wouldn't you gain more notoriety if you attacked me in my club or at Church parade on Sunday?Plays: Lady Frederick, The Explorer, A Man of Honor | William Somerset Maugham
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