And, I trust, America will be the broad and solid foundation of other edifices, not less magnificent, which will be equally permanent monuments
of their errors.
Just 8,683 readers say they do not want a permanent monument
The Rangers will present their Irish hosts with memorabilia from glory days that will remain in the Museum as a permanent monument
to the unit's history and the role Carrickfergus played in its formation.
And despite The Mirror's campaign for a permanent monument
- now backed by 65,000 readers - the Diana, Princess of Wales memorial committee yesterday refused to meet to discuss the idea.
Diana's brother Earl Spencer has already given his backing to a permanent monument
They both believe a permanent monument
is an appropriate way for her to be remembered.
A Permanent monument
to the victims of terror will be slammed by Unionists and ex-cops - if it contains the names of dead IRA men.
The impressive and permanent monument
has been built in the heart of the city, in the Bois-Louis park.
The football legend made the vow as he officially handed over PS5000 towards a permanent monument
to the World War I housewife who fought for vulnerable tenants.
The construction of a permanent monument
will serve as a reminder of the emancipation of slaves and freedom in commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation on January 1, 1863.
The Swede smiled as he prepared to go out and meet sponsors and fans, joking that one day he too could have a permanent monument
A cold gusty wind blew sheets of rain across the desolate pitch; slick passing moves had given way to aimless high balls; the stadium I thought charming and quaint now a permanent monument
to our club's demise.