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landmark
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Gone with the Wind
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  • Scarlett giggled as she saw three men dragged out of the line of her charms to investigate landmarks familiar to the girls from childhood, and cut her eye sharply to see if Ashley had taken note.
  • But this Peachtree Street she was looking upon was so denuded of landmarks it was as unfamiliar as if she had never seen it before.
  • She was sick in body and weary in mind and she was standing like a lost child in a nightmare country in which there was no familiar landmark to guide her.
  • In a hundred nightmares, she had fled through fog like this, through a haunted country without landmarks, thick with cold cloaking mist, peopled with clutching ghosts and shadows.

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

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