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Parades are cancelled, the notorious party avenues of Bourbon and Frenchmen Streets are closed, and the city has shuttered all bars for the weekend.
If you have 50 seconds to spare, check out the men’s Super G run on the notorious Vertigine—that’s “vertigo,” in English.
Bowser called it one of the city’s “most notorious intersections” because of its odd design.
The company, known for its notorious secrecy, became the last of the major tech giants to push out a transparency report in 2015.
Clinic workers in Connecticut, Virginia, and other states say the system is notorious for randomly canceled appointments, unreliable registration, and problems that lock staff out of the dashboard they’re supposed to use to log records.
For more than three weeks last October, thousands of young Nigerians gathered in cities across the country to protest a notorious police unit known as the Special Anti-Robbery Squad, or SARS.
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Yes, this is a franchise that’s notorious for wasting generational talents, but maybe splitting the pair up and divvying up their abilities more evenly across the first and second lines will help an offense that ranked just 12th in goals last year.
He told us how he had just gotten out of a notorious local jail.
About this same time, a trawl through a charity book shop unearthed nine of the 13 volumes of the 1890s’ most notorious periodical, the Yellow Book.
Bernie Madoff, the notorious Ponzi schemer, was the principal example of the virtues of civil asset forfeiture in a 2017 op-ed in The Wall Street Journal by Rod Rosenstein, then the second most senior official at the Justice Department.

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