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Angels & Demons
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  • As Langdon’s eyes moved up the monolith, though, his sight was suddenly drawn to something else in the background.
  • Isn’t there a monolith in the middle?
  • There was an Egyptian monolith in St. Peter’s Square.
  • Langdon looked out at the monolith in the piazza in front of them.
  • The Vatican’s monolith is not by Bernini.
  • At the base of the monolith.

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  • The Prime Minister said. All nations, "big and small will have to come to terms with their growing internal diversity. No modern and open society can be a monolith."
    Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh
  • Those had been towering even without the help of illusion, and now they rose above him like ancient monoliths, green and gray and cracked.
    James Dashner  --  The Death Cure

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