Summary: Eccentric popstar Lady Gaga has made her mark
on social network game Farmville.
Before The Year of Magical Thinking, Didion made her mark
as the preeminent chronicler of Los Angeles at its dirtiest and dreamiest.
After playing in All-American Ashlee Trebilcock's shadow the previous two years, Hart of Newhall shooting guard Taylor Lilley made her mark
with a season for the ages.
At Curtis, Serkin schooled Laredo in the basics of Mozart and Beethoven, turning a disapproving eye on her youthful love for Rachmaninoff, but it was with his music, as well as that of his fellow Russian, Scriabin, that Laredo made her mark
Gates first made her mark
at the Joffrey dancing roles like Ashton's Five Brahms Waltzes in the Manner of Isadora Duncan, Juliet in Cranko's Romeo and Juliet, the Chosen
She deserves tribute, and we deserve to know how she made her mark
that future generations might follow her lead to the greater good.
Markus is familiar to a wide readership through his Buildings and Power of 1994; Cameron is a linguist who apparently made her mark
with an article entitled 'Naming of Parts: Gender, Culture and Terms for the Penis amongst American College Students'.
Clodagh, founder of Clodagh Design, is an internationally renowned Irish-born designer who has made her mark
on the design community by creating environments as "art to live in.
Once enslaved in Brazil, she made her mark
by destroying her masters and reestablishing her title, this time as princess of the Kingdom of Palmares, a community of runaway slaves.
THOUSAND OAKS - A 14-year-old Thousand Oaks girl has made her mark
in the entertainment industry.
Coye has made her mark
on healthcare through a variety of key affiliations.
That's because the South Pasadena resident, now 62, made her mark
on the advertising world as a hand model, pouring wine, displaying nail polish and caressing perfume bottles for $1,000 a day - often doubling as the hands of Lauren Hutton, Cybill Shepherd, Florence Henderson and other stars.
Sytch, who made her mark
as one of the sexiest and most provocative wrestling queens while part of the WWF from 1996-97, joined the ECW in 1998.
Evans, a senior managing director of Bankers Trust International in London, said, "Carolyn's resignation has been accepted with regret and understanding of a decision to leave an industry where she has made her mark
for a pursuit in which she has a deep interest.