Famed [adjective]

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The quick turnaround from Saturday night’s comeback win against visiting Georgia Tech had prompted Bennett to use portions of practice last week for a refresher on facing the Orange’s famed zone defense.

Outdoor cooking industry leader and famed kettle-grill-maker Weber has acquired June, the smart cooking startup founded in 2013 by Matt Van Horn and Nikhil Bhogal.

The famed act entertained millions from Japan to New York City.

While welcoming the attention and resources the famed Harlem organization can bring, some experts caution that this has essentially been tried before, with mixed results.

A WSL men’s competition at the famed Pipeline on the island of Oahu, which began this week, was continuing as scheduled.

After all, the famed director was adapting a particular 1952 Daphne du Maurier story into a screenplay on the subject of killer birds.

Jefferson, Hamilton, James Madison, Gouverneur Morris, famed astronomer David Rittenhouse, and naturalists Benjamin Smith Barton and William Barton, sat on the museum’s board of directors.

The famed 18th-century mathematician Joseph-Louis Lagrange described it as "the greatest production of a human mind."

That’s the goal thanks to a new $3 million round that Nussbaum’s company raised from famed venture investor Tim Draper, former Electronic Arts executive Doug Barry and longtime awards-show producer Joe Lewis.

Italy without its famed la dolce vita social life is just not the same country.