celebrity


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The Harmonic Meeting hour arriving, the gentleman of professional celebrity takes the chair, is faced
I suppose," she remarked, "that he is more of a celebrity than ever now
Boxtel, then, was to have next door to him a rival and successful competitor; and his rival, instead of being some unknown, obscure gardener, was the godson of Mynheer Cornelius de Witt, that is to say, a celebrity.
We understood his celebrity, from that moment--I wonder whether I can remember the sermon.
He doubly dazzled her by his birth and by his celebrity.
Here, again, there appeared to be something in a name unknown to celebrity, which nevertheless produced its effect--not, this time, on Miss Silvester, but on Sir Patrick.
Was there some unhappy celebrity attached to her own name?
every night; a sixth, that that was positively the last appearance of Mr Vincent Crummles of Provincial Celebrity.
In the height of his triumph, Michel Ardan had to encounter all the annoyances incidental to a man of celebrity.
You've been entertaining a celebrity unawares," I replied.
Lord Winwood's daughters were persons of some celebrity in the world of amateur music.
When Anna returned with the album, he was already gone, and Stepan Arkadyevitch was telling them that he had called to inquire about the dinner they were giving next day to a celebrity who had just arrived.