luminary, leading light, guiding light, notable, notability(adj)
a celebrity who is an inspiration to others
"he was host to a large gathering of luminaries"
worthy of notice
"a noteworthy advance in cancer research"
celebrated, famed, far-famed, famous, illustrious, notable, noted, renowned(adj)
widely known and esteemed
"a famous actor"; "a celebrated musician"; "a famed scientist"; "an illustrious judge"; "a notable historian"; "a renowned painter"
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From my standpoint it's repairing the damage done by Obamacare, the biggest most notable damage is these skyrocketing premiums.
' Endgame' has literally sprinted to heights that were once unthinkable, the only thing that could slow its ascent is the onslaught of notable summer blockbusters hitting theaters in coming weeks starting with' Pokémon : Detective Pikachu' next weekend.
People here are notable for their decency and their volunteering.
We often hear the phrases like "Universe sending messages" or "Serendipity" whenever people describe an unexpected life-changing event, or an invention that happened unexpectedly as a totally unintended consequence of otherwise normal course of actions. As a Scientist, I do think that no new invention happens by either best design of experiments or coincidental chance taken alone. A deeper analysis always reveals that any notable invention is often the result of a synergistic meeting of statistical probability with well planned strategy, i. e. it's a combination of uncertainty with certainty that occurs at right time in right place. As Louis Pasteur said it correctly, "Dans les champs de l'observation le hasard ne favorise que les esprits préparés.' meaning 'In the field of observations, chance favors theprepared mind.' So, you must keep your mind alert, sharp and well prepared at all times, because you never know when Serendipity would visit you, or when Universe would tap on your shoulder to give you the serendipitous signs. Only your prepared mind would enable you to welcome wonderful Serendipity in your life, and understand the subtle signs sent to you by Universe.
It is notable that screen time reduced both children's sleep even at this early age and reduced parents' reading to children, which we know is a strong predictor of positive child outcomes, such as higher IQ.
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- notableCatalan, Valencian
- ξεχωριστός, αξιοσημείωτοςGreek
- notable, destacable, IncapazSpanish
- قابل توجهPersian
- merkkihenkilö, merkittävä, huomionarvoinenFinnish
- personnage, notable, remarquableFrench
- ievērojams, redzamsLatvian
- notabele, bemerkenswaardig, opmerkelijk, waarneembaar, opvallendDutch
- e shquar, i shquarAlbanian
- betydande, framstående, anmärkningsvärdSwedish
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