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  • We then bought some of the world-famed black pottery that is sold along the roadways leading to Oaxaca City, as well as unbelievably magnificent wooden carvings of animals, later decorated with tiny, museum-worthy, intricate designs.

    Oaxaca: what is it like?

  • Germany's superb range of aeroplanes, splendid ships, incredible U-boats, and the world-famed Tiger Tanks are either gone to scrap or lying shattered in distant lands, or lost beneath the careless sea.

    Mayor Bloomberg, Buy Those Handguns

  • KING: Illusionist and world-famed stunt artist Criss Angel.

    CNN Transcript Oct 29, 2007

  • When he, retired actor and world-famed performer, burst into the shop and demanded to the assistant “Drop everything and give me ten…books,” she had laughed.

    Archive 2006-04-02

  • Dick, my hearty, Miss Tilly Beamish, world-famed for her sauce; Miss Jinny, renowned for her skill in casting the eyes of sheep; and, last but not least, pretty little Polly Perkins, alias

    Australia Felix

  • Tom reached up to turn on the ceiling light as I lifted the lid, and there was a silver medal with a man I took to be Jesus displaying his world-famed profile.

    Noble Norfleet

  • In New Haven, Connecticut, Dr. Henry Lee, the world-famed forensic expert, professor of forensic science at the University of New Haven, and author of "Cracking Cases: The Science of Solving Cases."

    CNN Transcript Jul 10, 2002

  • Dr. Henry Lee, the world-famed forensic expert, and author of "Cracking Cases: The Science of Solving Crimes."

    CNN Transcript Jun 24, 2002

  • IN New Haven, Dr. Henry Lee, the world-famed forensic expert, chief emeritus for scientific services, commissioner of public safety of the State of Connecticut; and his latest book is "Cracking Cases: The Science of Solving."

    CNN Transcript Jun 17, 2002

  • Nancy Grace, the anchor of "Trial Heat"; Mark Geragos, defense attorney; Dr. Henry Lee, the world-famed forensic expert; Clint Van Zandt, 25-year special agent with the FBI, now has his own investigative support and threat assessment firm in Washington; and Kevin Peraino of "Newsweek"; and earlier the uncle and aunt of the missing girl.

    CNN Transcript Jun 17, 2002

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