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James Macpherson was the first Scottish poet to gain an international reputation, claiming to have found poetry written by Ossian, he published translations that acquired international popularity, being proclaimed as a Celtic equivalent of the Classical epics.
As chairman of the international advisory board of Cerberus Capital Management, he recruited former Canadian prime minister Brian Mulroney, who would have been installed as chairman if Cerberus had successfully acquired Air Canada.
As a consequence Paramount fell from No. 1 in the international markets to the lowest ranked major studio in 2006 but recovered in 2007 if the DreamWorks films, acquired by Paramount but still distributed internationally by Universal, are included in Paramount's market share.
Paramount, through several transactions, acquired underlying TV and digital distribution rights to many films controlled by other companies for domestic theatrical and DVD distribution and / or other international rights.
International portability of social security rights allows international migrants, who have contributed to a social security scheme for some time in a particular country, to maintain acquired benefits or benefits in the process of being acquired when moving to another country.
For nearly thirty years, DMR Consulting grew to become an international consulting firm, changing its name to Fujitsu Consulting in 2002 after being acquired by Fujitsu Ltd.
After the Second World War karate, like other martial arts, had acquired a sudden international popularity as a result of the interest taken in them by the American forces occupying Japan.
Many actors and filmmakers started their careers in Australian films, a large number of whom have acquired international reputations, and a number of whom have found greater financial benefits in careers in larger film producing centers, such as Hollywood.
Throughout the 1940s, competitors were acquired, more advanced planes were purchased and international routes were opened.
The U. S. branch of Hilton hotels was reunited with the international properties after more than 40 years in February 2006, when United States-based Hilton Hotels Corporation purchased the hotels division of United Kingdom-based Hilton Group plc, which had acquired Hilton's International operations in 1987 ( the companies had been separated originally in 1964 ).
In 1995, Imetal Group of Paris, France acquired the Georgia Marble Company, allowing this international company to strengthen its U. S. presence in the white pigments industry.
Phelps-Dodge was acquired by international mining firm Freeport-McMoRan in March 2007, and operations at the Chino and Tyrone operations are continuing under the Freeport name.
Hearst Magazines acquired Hachette Filipacchi Media U. S .' s magazines along with most of Hachette Filipacchi's international magazines in May 2011.
Murray ( the historian of the later Oxford English Dictionary ) says Webster's unabridged edition of 1864 " acquired an international fame.
He acquired international fame by determining the atomic weights of the elements more accurately than had ever been done before, using an atomic mass of 16 for oxygen as his standard.
New Line Cinema acquired the film for international distribution and commissioned a new music score and English dub ( with participation from Jackie Chan ).
He published extensively ( 17 papers in 1930 alone, according to Lindley ) and acquired an international reputation in the small world of probability mathematicians.
Though he turned first to biblical research, his chief achievements were in the field of Assyriology, in which he was a pioneer in Germany and acquired an international reputation.
Once a predominantly agricultural country, Yugoslavia was transformed into a mid-range industrial country, and acquired an international political reputation by supporting the decolonization process and by assuming a leading role in the Non-Aligned Movement.
Most major powers attended, and drafted an international code governing the way that European countries should behave as they acquired African territory.
There are areas in many big cities around the world which have acquired an international reputation as red-light districts.
The move onto the international scene only happened when Interbrew acquired the Canadian beer brand Labatt.
A considerable number of works also arrived from France at this time or were acquired on the international market, including paintings by Watteau, Coypel and Rigaud.

acquired and reputation
Their children were born at various places throughout the Roman Empire and Agrippina acquired a well-deserved reputation for successful childbearing.
He gradually acquired such a high reputation that in 1892 he was offered the professorship of Latin at University College London, which he accepted.
The Carib tribe in the Lesser Antilles, from whom the word cannibalism derives, acquired a long-standing reputation as cannibals following the recording of their legends in the 17th century.
Jean le Rond d ' Alembert withdrew from the enterprise and other powerful colleagues, including Anne Robert Jacques Turgot, Baron de Laune, declined to contribute further to a book which had acquired a bad reputation.
During the American Civil War he was consulting surgeon in the Mower Army Hospital, near Philadelphia, and acquired considerable reputation for his operations in cases of gunshot wounds.
The King acquired a reputation for his fondness for military display, leading to his special efforts to hire the tallest men he could find in all of Europe for a special regiment nicknamed the Potsdam Giants.
In Burma, Orwell had acquired a reputation as an outsider — he spent much of his time alone, reading or pursuing non-pukka activities, such as attending the churches of the Karen ethnic group.
William had already acquired the reputation of being the main champion in Europe of the Protestant cause against Catholicism and French absolutism ; in the developing English crisis he saw an opportunity to prevent an Anglo-French alliance and bring England to the anti-French side, by carrying out a military intervention directed against James.
The work acquired a considerable reputation for mystery and inaccessibility between the time of its composition and the era of modern recording ; the Vatican, wanting to preserve its aura of mystery, forbade copies, threatening any publication or attempted copy with excommunication.
He soon acquired a reputation in jazz because of extended stays at high-profile New York venues.
He soon acquired reputation by a number of publications on the civil and Scottish law, and was one of the leaders of the Scottish Enlightenment.
His pupil Gustav Jenner wrote, " Brahms has acquired, not without reason, the reputation for being a grump, even though few could also be as lovable as he.
In more recent years, Frame Relay has acquired a bad reputation in some markets because of excessive bandwidth overbooking by these telcos.
The expansion of the Confederation and the reputation of invincibility acquired during the earlier wars suffered a first setback in 1515 with the Swiss defeat in the Battle of Marignano.
The new stadium also acquired a reputation as a pitchers ' park, with complaints from some of the Padres batters ( the deep center field combined with weather trending towards heavy, foggy air in the evenings made it harder to hit home runs ).
This was done at the request of King Christian VII of Denmark who had visited Jones-who by the age of 24 had already acquired a reputation as an orientalist.
During the First Crusade Stephen-Henry had acquired an unfortunate reputation for cowardice, and he returned to the Levant again in 1101 to rebuild his reputation where he was killed at the battle of Ramlah.
Dioneo, who has acquired the reputation of the most bawdy of the storytellers, narrates this tale.
The secret court, from whose procedure the whole institution has acquired its evil reputation, was closed to all but the initiated, although these were so numerous as to secure quasi-publicity ; any one not a member on being discovered was instantly put to death, and the members present were bound under the same penalty not to disclose what took place.
Berlin eventually acquired a reputation as a hub of drug dealing ( cocaine, heroin, tranquilizers ) and the black market.
Carmen initially gained its reputation through a series of productions outside France, and was not revived in Paris until 1883 ; thereafter it rapidly acquired celebrity at home and abroad, and continues to be one of the most frequently performed operas ; the " toreador's song " from Act 2 is among the best known of all operatic arias.
In more recent years, Frame Relay has acquired a bad reputation in some markets because of excessive bandwidth overbooking.
The book has since acquired a considerable reputation.

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