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Georgie Fame
   had a U.K. Number One single with   
Yeh Yeh
January 16 1965 for 1 week
Georgie Fame
   had a U.K. Number One single with   
Ballad of Bonnie and Clyde
January 24 1968 for 1 week
Irene Cara
   had a U.K. Number One single with   
Fame
July 11 1982 for 3 weeks
Gertrude Belle Elion
   was   
The First Woman Invited Into the US National Inventors Hall of Fame
At the age of 73 (1918-1999)
Irene Cara
   released the single   
Fame
1980; highly acclaimed theme song for movie of the same name; winning Academy Award for Best Original Song
David Bowie
   released the single   
Fame
1975; 2 weeks as #1 on the Billboard Hot 100
Leroy Robert “Satchel” Paige
   was the first African-American   
To Be Elected Into the Baseball Hall of Fame
1971
National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
   is situated in   
Cooperstown, U.S.A.
Baseball memorabilia
Young Americans
   featured   
Fame
1975
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
   was designed by   
I. M. Pei
Electric Modern period, 1998, built in Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Fame
   has the lyric:   
Fame, It's Not Your Brain, It's Just the Flame
David Bowie
Rodhlann
   means   
Fame of the Land
(ROH-lan)(L) Irish forof Roland. Rowland, Rowland.
Roibeárd
   means   
Shining Fame
(ROH-bahrd)(Teut) Robert, Roibart.
Roibhilín
   means   
Shining Fame
(ROH-ve-lin) From the Old Irish, dim. of Robert and Irish version of Robin. Roibin, Roibeard, Ravelin, Ravelyn, Revelin.
Performing Arts High School
   features in   
Fame
Phil Rizzuto
   is famous for   
Hall of Fame Shortstop; 13 Seasons With Yankees
Died 2007
Fame
   final episode was called   
Baby Remember My Name
Aired May 18 1987
Fame is the Spur (1947)
   starred   
Michael Redgrave, Rosamund John and Bernard Miles
Director: Roy Boulting. Also starred Carla Lehmann, Hugh Burden & Marjorie Fielding
Tracy Austin
   is famous for being   
The Youngest Inductee of International Tennis Hall of Fame
Aged 29
Bay
   means   
Fame
A Star is Born (1937)
   has the tagline   
Fate Raised Her To Fame - And Killed The Man She Loved!
J.J. Yeley
   drives for   
Hall of Fame Racing
Fame
   was featured in   
Fame
1980 - Composed by Michael Gore, Dean Pitchford
Tyrone’s Rap
   comes from the musical   
Fame
Roy Claxton Acuff
   was/were the first   
Living Person Admitted to the Country Music Hall of Fame
1962
Carlos Santana
   was/were the first   
Hispanic to Be Inducted Into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
1998
Lady Gaga
   released the album   
Fame (2008)
Massive hit singles: "Just Dance" and "Poker Face"
Aretha Franklin
   was   
The First Female Artist Inducted Into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
1987
Fame Is the Spur by Howard Spring
   was titled from the literary source   
Lycidas
John Milton
Lady Gaga
   released the album   
The Fame Monster (2009)
Bad Romance, Alejandro, Telephone
Cesar Valentin
   was played by Peter O'Toole in   
Wings of Fame (1990)
Hall of Fame
   means   
Salon De La Fama
Spanish
Hollywood Boulevard & Vine Street, Hollywood, CA
   is the address of   
Hollywood Walk of Fame
The Script
   released the single   
Hall Of Fame (2012)
Featuring Will.I.Am
Nomination, Domination
   is the rhyming definition of   
Name, Fame
Evel Knievel (1971)
   has the tagline   
For Fame, Fortune and Broken Bones!
Apple
   has a variety named   
Fameuse






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