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prominent

(prŏm′ə-nənt)
adj.
1. Projecting outward or upward from a line or surface; protuberant: prominent eyebrows.
2. Immediately noticeable; conspicuous: a product with a prominent place in the store.
3. Widely known; eminent: a prominent poet.

prom′i·nent·ly adv.
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