Catapulted sentence example

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  • The alarming high-tech medical world into which the family is catapulted often causes further fright.

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  • Luke Skywalker is now a young adult who finds himself catapulted into the heart of the Rebel Alliance.

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  • The dancing and romantic chemistry she shared with co-star Swayze in that film catapulted her to fame.

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  • The Hills, which is what really catapulted him into media fame and into a recognizable, household name.

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  • Seymour's stint as a James Bond girl in the 1973 film Live and Let Die catapulted her to fame.

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  • The enormous popularity of the Disney-produced show catapulted Miley Cyrus' career into Hollywood's stratosphere.

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  • It was the album's second track, an instrumental solo guitar piece appropriately named Eruption, that took this unknown guitarist from Pasadena, California and instantly catapulted him to the highest echelons of guitar royalty.

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  • Thanks to magazine and catalog coverage throughout the 1980's, these unique vintage styles catapulted to a position front and center in fashion.

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  • As soon as you start the single player campaign, you are instantly catapulted into a combat zone clearly reminiscent of the opening scene from Saving Private Ryan.

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  • Ultimately though, it was his magnetic stage presence and his flawless technique that catapulted him to fame in the dance world and has made him one of the most famous ballet dancers of the 20th century.

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  • It was Audigier's connection with Von Dutch that catapulted him to new levels.

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  • Although she had been working since she was a child, the success of the television show Heroes catapulted her to instant stardom and sent her around the various science fiction/fantasy conventions where she was mobbed.

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  • The lucky young woman chosen is automatically catapulted into fame and fortune, not only appearing in the swimsuit issue, but also receiving a one year, $1,000,000.00 modeling contract with NEXT Model Management.

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  • They recently added a "design by Lejaby" label that has catapulted them yet again into the forefront of international design.

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  • Both of Michelle Obama's dresses that she wore on the inauguration catapulted the designers to fame.

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  • Stephanie Meyer's "Twilight" series of four vampire-based fantasy romance novels turned blockbuster movies has catapulted bloodsuckers to the top of the costume chain.

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  • The fictional catlike creation from children's author Dr. Seuss has catapulted to the top of the popular holiday-theme costume charts.

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  • Online dating is a new millennium phenomenon that has catapulted singles toward an entirely fresh perspective on romance.

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  • It was Leo's good heart and his romance with the aforementioned Greenlee Smythe that catapulted Duhamel to soap hunkdom.

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  • His casting as Dr. Derek "McDreamy" Shepherd catapulted him back to the A-list.

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  • The famed soap opera catapulted him into the limelight, thanks in great part to his character's reputation as something of a playboy.

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  • However, it was her role as Greenlee Smythe on All My Children that catapulted Budig to fame.

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  • This show really catapulted his popularity, and Depp became a teen idol.

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  • Situated in a picturesque Irish castle with unprecedented panoramic views, Brennan's Bar & Grill has catapulted itself to the forefront of elegant, sophisticated dining.

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  • These television and print ads were provocative and catapulted Calvin Klein boxers, as well as Walberg, into the stratosphere.

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  • It was the band's third album Parklife in April 1994 which catapulted the band to superstar status.

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  • Tisdale, who is a permanent cast member on The Suite Life, has been catapulted to mainstream success through her role in High School Musical.

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  • This is the album that really catapulted Fall Out Boy to mainstream success, which was helped in no small part by a major push on MTV and the use of Fall Out Boy songs in many popular teen TV shows, like Dawson's Creek and The O.C.

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  • It was Urban's follow-up album, Golden Roads, which really catapulted him to stardom.

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  • While Frank established Winehouse as a star in her native UK, it was her sophomore release, Back in Black, that catapulted Winehouse to international stardom.

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  • Fator's Sin City show catapulted him to mega-stardom and landed him a $200 million deal with the resort.

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  • As a survivor, that attack catapulted her from Colonial Secretary of Education to President.

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  • This, in addition to a revamped line of nail polish, catapulted Creative Nail Design to the top of the nail industry.

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  • Crystal is thrust into a past ruled by superstition, then catapulted into a future devastated by biological weapons.

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  • Class struggle is suddenly catapulted onto the front pages.

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  • The bonus also catapulted Jones into second spot in the pay rise league.

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  • Yet the guests are thrilled to be on the show, catapulted briefly from obscurity to TV fame.

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  • Themed like a giant pinball machine you'll be catapulted at speeds of 60km per hour, spinning up to 90 times!

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  • For better or for worse, his shows catapulted Heather Locklear and Joan Collins to global stardom as well.

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  • The Glitterati have the right ingredients to be catapulted into mega rock stardom.

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  • As the early 60s catapulted fashion into the black eyeliner and false eyelashes doll-like makeup scene, the 70s subdued these striking eye-effects and began the movement towards a more natural effect.

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  • Despite her modest success as a model and singer, it was the reality series The Simple Life which really catapulted Hilton to stardom.

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  • Law's performances in Road to Perdition, The Talented Mr. Ripley, and Cold Mountain catapulted him to stardom.

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  • Her likeability factor and honest appeal have catapulted her into the media spotlight.

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  • The Oprah Winfrey Show became a national program in September 1986 and catapulted Winfrey's career.

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  • This follow-up to box office blockbuster Jurassic Park grossed over $600 million world wide and catapulted Vince Vaughn's career from a very talented comedian to a very bankable, very talented actor.

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  • The role catapulted Fisher into the spotlight and allowed her to show off the comic chops she's always had in her arsenal.

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  • Not only did John Hughes play a heavy role in launching the careers of actors, but his use of music in his films also catapulted the careers of bands like Orchestral Maneuvers in the Dark (OMD) and Simple Minds.

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  • The Twilight series of movies, based on the vampire novels by Stephanie Meyer, have catapulted Kristen Stewart onto the world stage.

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  • The phenomenal marketplace shift from waif-thin to thick and voluptuous, albeit gradual over the past 20-so years, has catapulted many full figured women from near obscurity in the fashion industry to supermodel status.

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