It was sort of a local cause celebre
when Northern California poet "Mighty" Mike McGee moved to Worcester about a year ago.
Those who say the gay rights movement has no singular voice, no cause celebre
, may be correct.
Shalit, who also has French citizenship, has become a cause celebre
As RBS chairman Sir Philip Hampton has noted, the Goodwin affair became something of a cause celebre
and seemed to underline the wholly irresponsible way banks went about selling sub prime mortgages and creating toxic debt.
Sanctions were biting, Nelson Mandela's imprisonment was an international cause celebre
and the ANC guerrilla attacks were escalating.
But he became a cause celebre
on Fox and among the neoconservatives and slipped back into the Senate as an Independent.
A film about a bevy of lively ladies over 80 being catered to by a boyish middle-aged boozer is doing gangbuster biz at the Italo box office and becoming an international cause celebre
She became a cause celebre
in France, with her portrait hung on town halls and constant street rallies by supporters.
'The Iraq conflict has become the "cause celebre
" for jihadists.'
Bush on Tuesday declassified some key judgments made in an April intelligence report that characterizes the Iraq war as a ''cause celebre
'' for Islam extremists.
Oddly, malaria has become something of a conservative cause celebre
in recent years.
Navy fighter aircraft is a cause celebre
. Polish citizens invariably know it by name.