Definitions for "FAME "
Keywords:  silva, david, ran, lyrics, conceived
Fame is a 1980 musical film conceived and produced by David De Silva, directed by Alan Parker. The film follows a group of students through their studies at a New York high school for performing arts (later renamed Fiorello H. La Guardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts).
"Fame" was a pop song written by Michael Gore (music) and Dean Pitchford (lyrics) that was released in 1980 and achieved chart success as the theme song to the Fame movie and TV series. The song was performed by Irene Cara, who played the role of Coco Hernandez in the original movie. It won the Academy Award for Best Original Song and the Golden Globe Award for the same.
Fame ran on NBC in the summer of 2003. The show was essentially NBC's attempt to duplicate the success of mega-hit American Idol, right down to their selection of judges. Former pop star Carnie Wilson was similar in her judgements to American Idol's Paula Abdul, Johnny Wright, the veteran music producer, was the show's analogue of Randy Jackson, and Jo Jo Wright was, like Simon Cowell, the judge who says things to stir people up.
Keywords:  battle, geats, danes, outpost, brave
Fame was very important to warrior tribes like the Geats and Danes. Life was short - many died in battle or from disease. What mattered was for the things you had done while you were alive to be spoken about and praised when you were dead. Then you would have created something that lasted longer than a life. You could win fame by brave deeds in battle or by being a wise adviser, for making good decisions or bringing about peace. You could win ill-fame too, of course, for leaving your friends in battle or being a bad lord or murdering your relatives. Fame was the way you were remembered and spoken of, the way your story was told. Back
Points given to players for winning battles in the Tombs. There are also fame ranks for whenever your character hits a certain number of fame points. The staff they are wielding in the outpost of the tombs will change appearance
Points accrued upon victory at Heroes' Ascent that eventually increase your rank.
Report or opinion generally diffused; renown; public estimation; celebrity, either favorable or unfavorable; as, the fame of Washington.
To make famous or renowned.
favorable public reputation
Fame is a Swedish duo consisting of Jessica Andersson, (b. October 27, 1973 in Västergötland) and Magnus Bäcklund, (b. November 16, 1965 in Värmland).
Fame, a rapper from the greenville section of Jersey City, NJ. This artist born from working class parents in the early 80's, prides himself on being excessively gifted with diction and wordplay.
Keywords:  micky, chainsaw, punk, brussels, mike
Fame is the name of a punk rock band from Brussels, Belgium. The band was established by Micky Mike in 1978 after the split of Chainsaw.
FAME is a project to bring real-time MPEG encoding to personal computers. It is fast and configurable, and allows encoding to a file or a network stream.
(Fast Accelerator for Modular Exponentiation Extended) The leading smart card coprocessor in public key cryptography acceleration, optimized for the computation of Public Key Crypto algorithms, such as RSA or elliptic curve cryptosystems. Fame offers a high flexibility for its operand lengths, which can be increased in multiples of 32 bits and are not limited by the coprocessor design.
To report widely or honorably.
the state or quality of being widely honored and acclaimed
What a writer gets when he/she is constantly and consistently getting up. One of the goals of writers is to have fame within the subculture of writers, and some, like Chaka, aim to have fame (or at least be recognized) outside of the subculture.
Full-Sky Astrometric Mapping Explorer, a MIDEX (see below) selected for flight in 2004.
Keywords:  biodiesel, ester, methyl, fatty, acid
Fatty Acid Methyl Ester, a commonly used chemical term for biodiesel.
Keywords:  jones, rocketing, album, grace, huge
Fame is an album by Grace Jones. It was released in 1978. The album was a huge hit in America, rocketing into the top 10 dance charts, with both of its singles (Do or Die and Fame) reaching #3 on the dance charts.
Keywords:  panspermia, fan, shifts, focus
a panspermia fan, which just shifts the focus)
Keywords:  rumor, report, public
Public report or rumor.
Keywords:  wish, don't
I don't wish for fame.