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come into prominence

To gain recognition or fame. That artist didn't come into prominence until long after his death.
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come into prominence

to become notable; to become renowned. She first came into prominence during the late forties, when she starred in a few movies. Wally came into prominence when he won the state championship.
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The 777-300ER' arrival, the latest addition to the European carrier's growing fleet of more than 100 Boeing airplanes, also comes into prominence as a highly significant delivery for the carrier as it is the first aircraft to feature seats by Turkish Seats Industries (TSI), a complete Turkish brand through a close collaboration with Boeing.
This is where your role, as that of a technology leader, comes into prominence.
Taking cognizance of the transformation experienced in education technologies, the concept that comes into prominence in integration of ICTs to education process at present is web 2.
Mars truly comes into prominence this month, passing key thresholds in brightness, apparent size, and rising time.
Gozzano's status as plagiarist and impostor, most notorious with regard to Le farfalle, now comes into prominence, but here Di Biagi turns it to positive account by highlighting Gozzano's own perception that the India (or Ceylon) that he saw was depressingly like a plagiarism of the books written about it.