BF3 is infamous for big patches.
Agile development is infamous for this.
Assclowns are infamous for love bombing.
Brummell's downfall Brummell was famous for his wit, but infamous for his rudeness.
The Assyrians were formidable soldiers but they were also infamous for their cruelty.
In Skibbereen, which had been infamous for the sufferings of the people, the Church of Ireland minister, the Rev.
The 4chan community is infamous for death trolling, but we'll get to them later -- they have quite the rap sheet.
Politicians are infamous for telling you what they are going to do for you, or what they are going to give to you.
The waves are infamous in the area.
The location is infamous in this city.
It became so infamous in online reactions.
In any case, while the city of Baltimore remains infamous in many ways, the overall metro area has done well.
The two thoroughfares are bisected by Pine Street -- now infamous in some circles for being an epicenter of illegal activity.
That's more than thirty more years with little significant alternative to the traffic-clogged arteries so infamous in the city.
The most infamous of these was the treaty of Nanjing.
It was not so easy to define who the most infamous of the criminals were.
Ming dynasty was even more infamous of its incapable Emperors and corrupt officials.
The most infamous of these fraudulent torture claims related to the capture of Szabo.
Most infamous of all of them is probably Rory O'Connor, who was O'Higgins ' best man a while previous to the Treaty split.
My every instinct told me that this movie just had to be the work of that most infamous of Hollywood directors, Alan Smithee.
In its early days Port Royal was infamous as a centre for piracy.
Caiaphas is infamous as the leader of the conspiracy to crucify Jesus.
Howard Hunt, who became infamous as a member of the Watergate break-in team, is identified as head of the operation.
Luntz was infamous as the author of a strategy memo leaked to the press in which he advised Republican candidates in the U.
John Hawkins, now infamous as the first English slave trader, made four slaving voyages to the Spanish Caribbean between 1562 and 1569.
He practices the art made infamous by Al Capone.
The concept was made infamous by Adolf Hitler, who claimed his aggression was necessary, to prevent attacks on Germany.
We must first distinguish between the GULAG archipelago made infamous by Solzhenitsyn and the GUPVI archipelago described by Professor Karner.
Tom made himself infamous by devouring scores of cows, mules and, of course, humans, particularly women (snatched as they washed clothes in the water).
This was the place made infamous by Charlotte as the brutal Lowood School in Jane Eyre, where the girls were beaten, starved, and terrorized by tales of hellfire and damnation.
Isadora became infamous among her classmates as a troublemaker, or one of the kids who was being redirected a lot.
Then, the grungy, austere flat in Noel Road, which Orton called home, was as infamous among their friends as Orton's comedies were with the general public.
I'd infamous among my friends for once having eaten 22 quail eggs at all-you-can-eat hotpot, and I once had an ice cream-eat off with one of my university friends.
In the 1990s during a visit to K2, infamous among climbers for being particularly deadly, Hewitt found that the leading edge of the Bualtar Glacier there had crept forward.
Since GOLD investment has become some-what infamous because of the Genneva fiasco.
In particular, he became infamous because of his reconcentration policy in Batangas which was aimed at isolating the Filipino guerrillas.
Brother Solomon However, the Carmelite Abbey has become infamous because of the activities associated with the French Revolution, which also involved Blessed Brother Solomon.
Cherry Street became infamous during the mid-1800s.
Bagram became infamous during the ' ' war on terror ' ' for holding the most ' ' high-value ' ' Taliban and al-Qaeda detainees.
The Ilagas are a group of civilian militia that had become infamous during the Moro rebellion in the seventies because of their brutal tactics.
It had a restaurant which was infamous on Sunday morning brunches.
High quality toilet paper: One of the unexpected consequences of consuming lovely delicacies is the infamous on the road diarrhoeal attack.
Nay, then, I fear he is fallen into that damned art for which they two are infamous through the world.
Ac units were infamous with carbon dioxide pollution levels.
This map, Alden's Tower, is a level from Infamous with elements of Sly Cooper.
An inspired comedy creation, the rapper has become infamous with his cringe-inducing tracks and over the top antics.