1 Tom and Daisy stared, with that peculiarly unreal feeling that accompanies the recognition of a hitherto ghostly celebrity of the movies.
2 The two or three men who had tried to take advantage of her in a deal acquired celebrity by their defeat.
3 de Lamothe was "held in consideration" in this salon on account of his "celebrity" and, strange to say, though true, because of his name of Valois.
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4 London was our present point of rest; we determined to remain several months in this wonderful and celebrated city.
5 Tom rang for the janitor and sent him for some celebrated sandwiches, which were a complete supper in themselves.
6 These are two celebrated ones.
7 But Alexey Alexandrovitch, my celebrated brother-in-law, you surely must know.
8 The celebrated physician, a very handsome man, still youngish, asked to examine the patient.
9 After a careful examination and sounding of the bewildered patient, dazed with shame, the celebrated doctor, having scrupulously washed his hands, was standing in the drawing room talking to the prince.
10 The celebrated doctor listened to him, and in the middle of his sentence looked at his big gold watch.
11 And the celebrated doctor expounded his plan of treatment with Soden waters, a remedy obviously prescribed primarily on the ground that they could do no harm.
12 The celebrated doctor did not take offense.
13 A celebrated singer was singing for the second time, and all the fashionable world was in the theater.
14 I often think that the celebrated talkers of the last century would have found it difficult to talk cleverly now.
15 But the doctor, a celebrated Petersburg doctor, who was an intimate acquaintance of Alexey Alexandrovitch, took up a great deal of time.