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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.
See also: bring, prominence
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Morsi was brought into prominence by the Ikhwan, and after his overthrow, his political legacy reverted to his party.
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This brought into prominence a huge, movable lighted sculpture representing a roulette wheel, which overhung the stage until it descended, turned inside out, and became a sort of phantasmagoria of gambling in itself.