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The Fountainhead
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  • Two wits engaged in a duel, butting each other in the belly with famous spires, great landmarks of the city that greet the ships approaching from across the ocean.
  • He had no feeling of height here, and the buildings seemed to lie under his toes, not a real city, but miniatures of famous landmarks, incongruously close and small; he felt he could bend and pick any one of them up in his hand.

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  • It was a landmark Supreme Court decision.
  • the church steeple provided a convenient landmark

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