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magnum opus

a great work of art or literature, esp the greatest single work of an artist
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But The Who songwriter Pete Townshend's magnus opus was surely Won't Get Fooled Again, which is perhaps more relevant today than when he wrote it nearly 40 years ago.
I understand, it is sad to note, that National Museums Liverpool had no part in this magnus opus.
During the 1920s and 1930s, German-Jewish literary critic and philosopher Benjamin (1892-1940) was developing a cultural theory of modernity and the metropolis that would have been his magnus opus had he finished it.
Gaudi was killed by a tram outside his magnus opus and incredibly it could be another 30 years before this bizarre marriage of faith and surrealism will be finished.
Receiving prestigious awards like The Magnus Opus Awards is a testament to our talent and expertise and encourages us to continue to raise the bar when developing effective customer communications.
The adventures of Fitz and the Fool began with Assassin's Apprentice, and Fool's Fate represents the ninth and final part of this magnus opus.
If you are looking for a digital Magnus Opus then spending up to pounds 400 might seem like money well-spent.
Or it could be you as you struggle to give the world your Magnus Opus.