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Still, in the same time frame, only two Cannes Best Actress winners (Carol‘s Rooney Mara and Volver‘s Penelope Cruz) has progressed to an Oscar nod, though four Cannes-winning men (Inglorious Basterds‘
A trailer for Nation’s Pride, a phony movie celebrating the valor of a Third Reich hero, is making the rounds now to build buzz for Quentin Tarantino’s Inglorious Basterds.
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Origin and Etymology of inglorious
Latin inglorius, from in- + gloria glory
First Known Use: 1573
INGLORIOUS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of inglorious for English Language Learners
: causing shame or disgrace
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