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landmark
used in Atlas Shrugged

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Definition
something very important

or:

something easily recognized (such as a monument, building, or geographic feature) — especially one that helps one to know where she is; or that is a tourist destination
  • She did not know for how many miles the memory of the sound of words seemed like a small landmark rolling away into the distance, then vanishing.
    3.2 Part 3 Chapter 2 — The Utopia of Greed (98% in)
  • When he reached the empty darkness beyond Philadelphia-in the place where the flames of Rearden Steel had for years been his favorite landmark, his greeting in the loneliness of night, the beacon of a living earth-he saw a snow-covered spread, dead-white and phosphorescent in the starlight, a spread of peaks and craters that looked like the surface of the moon.
    3.8 Part 3 Chapter 8 — The Egoist (26% in)

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