permanent monument

permanent monument

[′pər·mə·nənt ′män·yə·mənt]
(mining engineering)
A monument of a lasting character for marking a mining claim; it may be a mountain, hill, or ridge.
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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.
Up to PS1 million in funding has been earmarked by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government for the permanent monument at London's Waterloo Station.
Up to PS1m in funding has been earmarked by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government for the permanent monument at London's Waterloo Station.
Jon Gettinby, Bishopton, programme manager at BAE Systems, said: "We recognise the historical significance of the former Bishopton and Georgetown factories and we wanted to give the local community a permanent monument that commemorates the history of the area.
Now he has embraced public sculpture for the first time, creating a permanent monument to the Great Famine of Lebanon.
A permanent monument outside St James' Park reminds staff and fans of Robson's stint in charge between 1999 and 2004 before he was sensationally sacked just months after finishing fifth.
Ring rival Jim Watt will be the star attraction at the dinner in Edinburgh on April 27 to help raise funds towards a permanent monument to the Scottish legend in the capital.
The statement lauded the efforts made by the Permanent Notes Committee, the African Group and the Caribbean Community in cooperation with UNESCO to implement the General Assembly resolution on the establishment of the Permanent Monument (the return ship) to honour the victims of slavery and the transatlantic slave trade.
Writing an obituary for the newspaper is different from setting up a permanent monument next to other people buried in a cemetery.
Also present at ATM will be Louvre Abu Dhabi, due to open later this year, Abu Dhabi Convention Bureau, Qasr Al Muwaiji, Al Ain Oasis, Cruise Abu Dhabi and Wahat Al Karama - the permanent monument to honour the country's martyrs.
A service was held at the UK's National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire on Sunday dedicated to the 371 British soldiers who died during the EOKA years in Cyprus, 1955-1959, with a four-tonne rock brought in from the island as a permanent monument to them.

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