(1) Several Irish Americans who have won renown in the military field have been mentioned.(2) Missing the point of this display entirely, my companion suggests another vegetarian restaurant of renown .(3) So it's always shocking to see a celebrity, a person of that kind of renown , brought low.(4) It is 60 years in February 2005 since the bombing that forever changed the basis of the city's renown .(5) authors of great renown(6) The band attained renown for the players' high level of technical prowess.(7) Not one architect of national or regional renown was on the jury.(8) As a violinist he made many international tours, winning renown for his playing of Bach and of contemporary works.(9) Over the centuries, such styles gained renown and were eventually taught to non-monks, spreading over China, then all of Asia.(10) All of them are now dead, and most of their names have lost at least some of their former renown , so it is timely that they should be recognised anew.(11) Most bands gain local renown but struggle to win respect beyond their own borders.(12) This is all the more important as some Canadian researchers have established their careers there and have considerable renown .(13) Despite a bulging schedule of films and the presence of film-makers of renown , a pall hung over last year's Local Heroes Film Festival.(14) I hope she soon resolves her lawsuit for her late millionaire husband's estate, because this is no way for a lady to make money, no matter how strong her craving for renown .(15) Sadly, these appear to be myths, perhaps attempts to bring some areas renown and/or tourist dollars.(16) She won national renown with the publication of a classic history of the Everglades in 1948.