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1. the monolithic proportions of Stalinist architecture.
2. a monolithic worldwide movement.
3. Secondly, none of these ethnic categories are monolithic.
4. In facing the challenge of drug abuse, the media have never been less monolithic.
5. Strategists viewed the trail as an interstate highway, a monolithic artery that could be severed.
6. These divisions are helpful because the not self is rarely confronted in monolithic terms.
7. The West now viewed his government as a satellite in a monolithic Soviet empire.
8. To let in light, the architects left a few gaps-windows-in the essentially monolithic exterior walls.
9. During the 1920s the party line was far from monolithic.
10. Secondly, there is the problem of the Northern catholic community, which tends to be taken as a monolithic nationalist community.
11. United had the consolation of piercing the monolithic Celtic rearguard once.
12. Constituting 23 percent of the voting electorate, this community tended to deliver a monolithic yea or nay.
13. By using critical mass and monolithic buying power,(sentencedict .com) we can change the way we do business.
14. The equally monolithic image of the male saint, Demetrios on his charger, is not really for us either.
15. His monolithic Movement is unlikely to survive him; yet its disintegration may bring disaster.
16. The primacy of monuments and monolithic sculpture in the new Communist epoch was acknowledged and debated.
17. The concept of authoritarian population implies, for Jessop etal., a monolithic, relatively stable and widely supported form of government.
18. Evidence such as this serves to undermine the apparently monolithic edifice of Victorianism.
19. Across the flat tableland are almost 100 red and orange monolithic sandstone buttes and mesas jutting skywards.
20. There were a few clubs at the lower end of the street, but it was mostly owned by monolithic movie companies.
21. It is intended as an opportunity for manufacturers, users and academics to share their technical achievements in producing, testing or characterising bricks, monolithics and insulating refractories.
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