bring (someone or something) into prominence

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bring (someone or something) into prominence

To cause someone or something to gain attention, recognition, or popularity. The recipient or thing can be named between "bring" and "into." A national ad campaign like this will really bring you into prominence as a model. His theories were only brought into prominence posthumously, after a family member discovered them.
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bring someone or something into prominence

to cause someone or something to become famous or renowned. The award brought Mike into national prominence. The current national need for engineers brought our school into prominence. A terrible scandal brought Lily into prominence.
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Our own Club also, composed as it is of lovers of nature, should assist in bringing into prominence the rapid disappearance of this pine on the Victorian side of the Murray, and the urgent necessity for some steps being taken to prevent its ultimate extinction.
There are five different versions, each of them bringing into prominence the name and number of the colour.
But his book goes far beyond its purported subject of bringing into prominence a previously undervalued treasure by meticulously examining the glazing program from many different points of view.