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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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The draft passenger charter regulation, which was issued on May 22 last year, stated that, "Cancellation charges must be printed prominently on the ticket in a conspicuous manner".
With Mr Shekells unlikely to be ridden as aggressively as last time with fitness a potential issue on his return from a 495-day absence, there are only two other runners who are usually ridden prominently and it is worth backing both.
IMTEX Oman 2012 will prominently showcase everything related to industrial machinery, including electrical products, machine parts, cables, control equipment, generator sets, pollution control systems, construction tools, cutting tools, cleaning machinery, drilling machinery, moulding machinery and cranes.
Summary: LONDON, July 10, 2010, SPA -- Britain&'s traditional two-party political system has changed for good and coalition governments will feature more prominently in the future, Liberal Democrat Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said on Saturday, according to Reuters.
CEOP have called for the button to be placed more prominently.
Ask for a hard copy on letterhead, and when it comes in, frame the letter and display it prominently at your knife sales counter.
4 : standing out prominently <She has a face with bold features.>
Already runner-up to Listen at listed level and beaten seven lengths by smart colt Myboycharlie in a Group 3, she again figured prominently in the Debutante.
A law firm that displayed its gimmick 800 toll-free number much more prominently than the firm name in its ads has been told it must treat the phone number name as a trade name, following action by the Bar Board of Governors.
"Situated prominently on Madison Avenue, these two office buildings offer a prestigious address in one of the finest submarkets in New Jersey and have consistently commanded very strong demand from some of the area's most outstanding firms including law firms, financial services companies and philanthropic organizations" added Frank Truesdell, senior vice president and exclusive leasing agent.
Fans of the film may be a little disappointed in this volume: Toby's character is not well constructed, leaving readers wanting to know more about where he came from and to fill in the gap from his abduction as a baby to now; and while many of the creatures from the original make an appearance between chapters, few are prominently featured in the story.
* Most prominently displayed name on banner and sponsorship boards at all functions and in all conference printed materials.