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MONMonday
MONMotor Octane Number (gasoline)
MONMonitor
MONMontreal, Canada
MONMonument
MONMiddle of Nowhere
MONMonetary
MONMonsanto (stock symbol)
MONMonmouthshire (Welsh County)
MONMonash University
MONMaster of None
MONMonocytes
MONMinisterstwo Obrony Narodowej
MONMonitoring
MONMuseu Oscar Niemeyer
MONMiscellaneous Organic NESHAP
MONMonon Railroad
MONManiacs of Noise (band)
MONMemorandum Of Notification
MONMixed Oxides of Nitrogen
MONMargine Operativo Netto (Italian: Earnings Before Interest and Taxes)
MONMuaythai Organisatie Nederland
MONManagement Overlay Networks
MONMarine Observation Network (NOAA Data Buoy System)
MONMetro-Optical Network
MONMember of the Order of Niger
MONMean Order Number
MONMultiple Oxides of Nitrogen (rocket fuels)
MONMultiservice Optical Networking
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Notre-Dame is not, moreover, what can be called a complete, definite, classified monument. It is no longer a Romanesque church; nor is it a Gothic church.
Each face, each stone of the venerable monument, is a page not only of the history of the country, but of the history of science and art as well.
I confess I am anxious to see the monument over Mrs.
Fairlie's monument. The old woman shook her head, and told me I had not seen it at its best.
Think of a monument a mile high, standing on a pedestal two miles high!
Durdles is a stonemason; chiefly in the gravestone, tomb, and monument way, and wholly of their colour from head to foot.
The monument was placed in Highgate Cemetery by a small band of workmen whom Trefusis found out of employment.
"Old and young, we dream of graves and monuments," murmured the stranger youth.
'Old and young, we dream of graves and monuments,' murmured the stranger youth.
The day was unmarked therefore by anything to interest her imagination beyond the sight of a very elegant monument to the memory of Mrs.
As they journeyed, they passed through a cemetery full of monuments. "All these monuments which you see," said the Monkey, "are erected in honor of my ancestors, who were in their day freedmen and citizens of great renown." The Fox replied, "You have chosen a most appropriate subject for your falsehoods, as I am sure none of your ancestors will be able to contradict you."
"If the children of ease and security knew the hardships and dangers the students of nature encounter in their behalf," said Obed, after a moment of silence, when Middleton took his leave for the night, "pillars of silver, and statues of brass would be reared as the everlasting monuments of their glory!"
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