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When the Queen broke protocol and drove King Abdullah in her Land Rover Driving is infamously forbidden to women in Saudi Arabia.
DID Jack the Ripper really exist - and was he responsible for the murders so infamously attributed to him?
This was the first meeting between the sides since Ben Flower infamously landed a punch on an already-prone Lance Hohaia in last season's Grand Final.
THE PROCUREMENT PROCESS in Canada is infamously problematic.
The infamously litigious career criminal from Rogers now complains that his defense attorney Herb Southern essentially threw him under the bus by talking him into pleading guilty.
Brazil infamously failed to cope without Neymar at the semi-finals of last year's World Cup when losing 7-1 to Germany.
The former England midfielder, who infamously had a punch-up on the pitch with Newcastle United team-mate Lee Bowyer, was spotted being met by a chaperone from the show as he arrived at Brisbane airport.
Despite being without superstar Lionel Messi, who is out for approximately two months due to a knee injury, Barca's demanding supporters and Spain's infamously unforgiving football press are unlikely to be kind to Luis Enrique and his beaten players following their narrow reverse at Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan.
When Judge Edward Greely Loring infamously decided the case in the fa vor of Charles Suttle, who claimed ownership of Bums, and ordered Burns returned to Virginia, Burns and the small army that marched him to the harbor were greeted by buildings draped in black, black-edged American flags, a black coffin hoisted above the street, and crowds jeering and attacking the soldiers.
Lewis, 36, knocked out Tyson in the eighth round - just months after his opponent infamously bit his leg during a press conference brawl.
Infamously, Clinton himself has vetoed a ban on the gruesome practice of partial birth abortion.
Even if price is no object, the hand-stitched bag is infamously hard to obtain - the Hermes waiting list, when open at all, is famous for being years-long.