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“It is pathetic that Prof Murray, having had time to reflect on the reception of his book, insists in opening the windows and letting the day light in, when it is much better for all of us (including Prof. Murray) to keep the room in cosy semi-obscurity.”
“Had it not been for the Dominique Strauss-Kahn scandal, Hollande would probably never have emerged from semi-obscurity.”
“If you never heard of him, it is because he assured his semi-obscurity by venturing into some of the most unnerving, taboo areas imaginable, in a fearless pursuit of humor.”
“Obama and Palin needed the six years or so of semi-obscurity they were about to embark on before ambition -- and John McCain -- intervened.”
“A giant of American cinema was marching defiantly from the mainstream to cult status to the fringes, and then to semi-obscurity.”
“It would have been interesting to see what Tarantino might have made had PULP FICTION remained in semi-obscurity, or if the press had reigned in their adoration.”
“Once A-Listers at the height of their fame, these celebs died in semi-obscurity - sometimes, especially in the case of our first actress, their anonymity was their own doing.”
“Before he even sold a short story, he started publishing his own magazine: Alternative Fiction & Poetry, which in its short, five-issue life span went from complete obscurity to semi-obscurity.”
“In one positive development in an otherwise bleak landscape, Booker has been pulled out of semi-obscurity in the inside back page of the Sunday Telegraph, where we was consigned by the erstwhile, unlamented editor Sarah Sands.”
“Yet he spent four decades in semi-obscurity in Sweden before recording again in 1995.”
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