Still, in the Pantheon of stereotypes, culprits are more colorful.
Reprinted with permission from Pantheon Books, a Knopf Doubleday Imprint, a division of Random House, Inc.
William Henry Cosby occupies a permanent place in the American Pantheon.
To a degree, whether they catch on or not and assume their place in the Pantheon of core fast-food products is almost irrelevant.
Does Weiner have what it takes to join the Pantheon of serious comeback kids?
Their religion is animistic, and their Pantheon includes eighty-four gods.
One of these was the Pantheon, a temple which was afterward a Christian church.
This ground-plan (Fig. 62) shows that the Pantheon is circular with a porch.
The Pantheon is the finest example of a domed hall which we have left.
His patron is Shamash, the sun-god, and in popular tradition he becomes a member of the Pantheon of the nether world.
c.1300, from Pantheon, name of a temple for all the gods built in Rome c.25 B.C.E. by Agrippa (since 609 C.E. made into the Christian church of Santa Maria Rotonda), from Greek Pantheion (hieron) "(shrine) of all the gods," from pantheion, neuter of pantheios, from pan- "all" (see pan-) + theios "of or for the gods," from theos "god" (see Thea). Sense of any group of exalted persons is first found 1590s.