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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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It started coming into prominence in Israeli politics with the preaching of Yehuda Joshua Glick, an American-born Israeli Orthodox rabbi and current member of the Likud party in the Israeli parliament.
Comedian-actor Damon Wayans has been around since the early '80s, coming into prominence as part of the 'Saturday Night Live' cast from 1984 to '85, and cementing that career as the cocreator-mainstay of another sketch-comedy show, 'In Living Color,' by 1990.
This being the first session is significant due to its regional peace, stability and confidence building goal setting agenda, and the coming into prominence of the region due to its natural geographical foray into Indo-Pacific Ocean.
Leslie said Liberace could play Chopin brilliantly at concert halls, "but he found he made more money playing clubs and weddings.'' Las Vegas proved to be a natural fit, and he starred on television as it was coming into prominence. "He found out he got more enjoyment entertaining the people -- the personal connection he tried to make in his performances,'' Leslie said.
Medsger's book begins with its instigator, William Davidon, his biography and his connections to the new Catholic left, just then coming into prominence. The Flower City Conspiracy, draft-board raiders who were typical of the period, had broken into a suite of federal offices that included an FBI office in 1970, but they were apprehended on site.
He agrees that "sharing" is one of the food trends that is coming into prominence in the region.
To understand the signifcance of this, I need to tell you a story about when I was growing up in the 1990s and the internet was just coming into prominence.
While pallets have long been a backroom staple, carts are also coming into prominence.
Nine years later, a new engine started coming into prominence. Developer
His discussion is characterized by three major themes: "coming into prominence of economic growth and its enhanced value for human welfare, the process through which economic growth became central for Indian leaders and planners, and the pattern of economic growth, both industrial and agricultural, and their impact on democratic politics."
Coming into prominence as a soloist on the timbal during the early 1960s with pianist Eddie Palmieri's La Perfecta, Manny was the leader for 35 years of Manny Oquendo & Libre, where he thrilled audiences not only with his timbal solos, but also with his bongo playing.