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  • Due to its size, the term Monumental is added to its name.
  • Consequently, the overall influence of the group to modern political thought can be considered monumental.
  • No real monumental building has been build since then.
  • These records were monumental in encouraging bands to record their own original material.
  • These elements form a monumental urban project of the greatest importance.
  • The front street has several monumental buildings form the 17th and 18th century.
  • In addition, he had the ability to work in monumental size.
  • Most of the university's inner city properties have official monumental status.
  • Also it has a monumental inner-city with the old and famous gentlemen's houses.
  • In Japan, it is considered to be a monumental work among shooting games.
  • Very little monumental evidence survives from this period, especially towards the beginning of the era.
  • It is a monumental work both in economic theory and in applied mathematics.
  • Cultural conservatives hold fast to traditional ways of thinking even in the face of monumental change.
  • This was certainly a monumental task at best in those times.
  • The monumental proof is the result of more than six years of concentrated efforts.
  • This proposal would have been monumental had it been carried out.
  • However, these much higher figures are not verified by the current monumental evidence.
  • The following year, he retired from journalism in order to complete his monumental work on Washington.
  • Very little monumental evidence survives from this period, especially from the early part of it.
  • He was known for his ability to create monumental architecture that responded to the human scale.
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Meaning of monumental

  • adjective Relating or belonging to or serving as a monument
    the use of the arch in monumental architecture, monumental sculptures