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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcelebratedcel‧e‧brat‧ed /ˈselɪbreɪtɪd/ adjective  FAMOUSfamous a celebrated actress a celebrated legal casesee thesaurus at famous
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celebratedVan Gogh, perhaps Holland's most celebrated artist, died in poverty.Cobden-Sanderson, co-founder of the Doves Press, was a celebrated binder as well as printer.The origins of Nizan's celebrated cynicism are to be located here.Here indeed, is the entrance to the two most celebrated high valleys of the Pyrenees.To Donne's celebrated image of the compasses' it may be doubted whether absurdity or ingenuity has the better claim, .The most celebrated of them is M57, the Ring Nebula in Lyra.Jacques Delors's celebrated outburst over the fine levied against Renault was a case in point.a celebrated professorAs part of the exhibition, the celebrated publishing house will be showing six films it has produced on the Catalan artist.Martin Luther King Jr. gave his celebrated speech before the Lincoln Memorial in 1963.Here also is the celebrated tomb of Saint Xavier.
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