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use "prominent" in a sentence

DW: You are one of the most prominent gallery owners in the world.

Prominent dissident blogger Yoani Sanchez was among those present.

Policy divergence is expected to remain a prominent theme, he said.

The group does not have one prominent leader, and that is by design.

Michel Gaudreau, decked out in finery as a prominent farmer, circa 1760.

Xiao has played a prominent role in the country's sporting establishment.

He is one of the most prominent leaders yet to be accused in the scandal.

It's a daily routine for the nationally prominent death penalty opponents.

He invited the prominent art historian, who left Berlin without hesitation.

Since then, prominent personalities have continued to swing the nuclear club.

After all, she grew up the daughter of one of Iran's most prominent ayatollahs.

The city is now a prominent port town, with a strong industry in ship building.

Gender could also play a more prominent role on the Internet, says Mr. Frenett.

But he’s garnering attention from some of the most prominent minds on Wall Street.

Lawyer and prominent feminist Indira Jaising called the filmmaker "irresponsible."

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