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The city's wealth of cultural landmarks and attractions in addition to its notorious entertainment venues has made it synonymous with exoticism.

The Shenmue tree resides in the same small village (Bailu, which is located in Guilin ) that spawned both Shenhua and the game's
to the number of its inhabitants.

The rest-room graffiti achieved local notoriety for its depth and sheer quantity.

Ellmann, The Artist as Critic, 222. Criticism Overall, initial critical reception of the book was poor, with the book gaining "certain notoriety for being 'mawkish and nauseous,' 'unclean,' 'effeminate,' and 'contaminating.' They gained further notoriety for their ruthlessness they are known to have spoken in favor of murdering witnesses in the crew's counsels and for having resisted far more fiercely than their male crewmates when Rackham's ship was taken.

Even with her notoriety, Celia did not stop looking for ways to further conservation in Alaska.

Masters (1969), p. 232. Now known across Europe for his reckless behavior, Casanova would have difficulty overcoming his notoriety and gaining any fortune.

In the year of 1998, Kill joined the band as the new drummer, while they began to gain real recognition and notoriety in the indie scene.

Space Mountain Lights On This particular section of the Transit Authority's course has gained notoriety among Disney park guests for offering the only accessible view of Space Mountain when the dome interior lights are on.

The case gained international notoriety as the "Bakewell Tart" murder.

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