Shayang Labor Camp is famous in China for the brutal torturing methods used there.
Their famous blue glaze, at least, is right there in the tiling of the fountain in the shot.
As famous as the physician “god complex” may be, presumably nobody really thinks doctors have actual superhuman powers.
He's been a standard on MadTV (which was recently cancelled) since 2003—one of his most famous characters being “Funkenstein.”
The weekend was like a giant high-school homecoming for famous comedians.
Both Ireland and England are famous for fine dairy products.
It produced no great generals and statesmen and no famous Kings.
The Manifesto of that famous League was dated on the 16th May.
To Cimabue succeeded his pupil, the famous Giotto, who died in 1337.
On his staff there were five famous men, and he had made every one of them.
late 14c., from Anglo-French famous, Old French fameus (Modern French fameux), from Latin famosus "much talked of, renowned," often "infamous, notorious, of ill repute," from fama (see fame (n.)). A native word for this was Old English namcuð, literally "name-known." Catch phrase famous last words "remark likely to be proved wrong" is first attested 1948.