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Estepona is renowned for its beaches, which stretch along some 21 km of coastline.

The event is also considered a mecca for clubbers, who flock to attend non-stop parties with many of the world's most renowned DJs.

Two lines in this poem are translated by Koch as
Laurel grove"), is renown for the exclusive dining-rooms of the rebuilt opera house.

A talented director, Meyer would gain renown for so-called sexploitation pictures such as Faster, Pussycat! There were originally to have been eight of the class, but two were later redesigned, becoming the renown-class battlecruisers and the other, which was to have been named HMS Resistance, was cancelled.

Very skilled singers gain great renown among the Hmong people.

Hungarian literature has recently gained some renown outside the borders of Hungary (mostly through translations into german, French and English).

During the days of Assam movement, a company of Central Reserve Police Force was stationed in the Bapuji Bhawan (a community hall established by the renown Khaund-family, used mainly for cultural activites).

The route originally ran from Cricklewood Bus garage using AEC renown LT type double deckers.

College of Agriculture, Engineering Much of USU's most widespread academic renown stems directly from the College of Engineering.

Pangkor Laut is renown for its white beaches and crystal clear waters.

Reis obtained brief renown, but rejection soon set in. The Physical Society of Frankfurt turned its back on the apparatus which had given it lustre.

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