Since opening to the public, the Washington monument has managed to attract its fair share of public incidents.
We think of him as leaning heavily on the monument in monument Valley, and he did.
In 1908, Washington Senators catcher Gabby Street attempted to catch a ball being dropped from the top of the Washington monument.
At any rate, could it ever be anything other than a monument to divisive politics?
monument Valley not only inspired him, it challenged him to find artistic equivalents for its shape-shifting nature.
However, we had no opportunity then of studying either station or monument.
There used to be a monument to this young fellow, in that Memphis graveyard.
The Roman and the Gothic have placed in their monument (the church) that other monument (the portal).
I made a point of walking to 81the monument the next afternoon.
Then she is well and nothing can be ill; Her body sleeps in Capulet's monument.
late 13c., "a sepulchre," from Old French monument "grave, tomb, monument," and directly from Latin monumentum "a monument, memorial structure, statue; votive offering; tomb; memorial record," literally "something that reminds," from monere "to remind, warn" (see monitor (n.)). Sense of "structure or edifice to commemorate a notable person, action, or event" first attested c.1600.