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Synonyms for landmark

boundary marker

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Synonyms for landmark

the position of a prominent or well-known object in a particular landscape

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an event marking a unique or important historical change of course or one on which important developments depend

a mark showing the boundary of a piece of land

an anatomical structure used as a point of origin in locating other anatomical structures (as in surgery) or as point from which measurements can be taken

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Landmark did not return calls to its Van Nuys office Wednesday.
In practice, we have the Sprinter dash at his landmark, go through it, and then head up the sideline.
Though many investment management firms choose to expand by moving from equity investments into secondary markets, Landmark is doing just the opposite.
However, researchers have yet to determine conclusively whether any of these creatures constructs a mental picture of real-world landmarks, also known as a cognitive map, that guides them to their destinations.
Under the terms of the merger agreement, which has been unanimously approved by both companies' boards of directors, Landmark National shareholders will have the option to receive either $12.
The Gothic landmark at 90 West Street, formerly known as the Coal & Iron Building, was designed by Cass Gilbert, who completed the building in 1907 and used it as a prototype for his taller and more famous Woolworth Building.
Microsoft's Windows Media 9 Series will be permanently installed in 177 screens in all 53 Landmark Theatres across the United States.
Say the researchers notice this trend: All diabetic rats have an extra CA in a landmark on one end of chromosome 5 and so does the diabetic grandparent.
Under the terms of the agreement, shareholders of Landmark Financial Corporation receive approximately $4.
With an anticipated opening in December 2006, the Landmark will dramatically improve the streetscape at the intersection of Broad and Atlantic Streets, and provide an architecturally distinctive, prestigious retail component for Landmark Square's gleaming towers.
The Chinese told us they wanted 'Star Wars,' they wanted it to be futuristic, imaginative,'' said Goddard, whose Landmark Entertainment Co.
More than 100 volunteers from Hampton hotels in the Monterrey-area combined forces with the Parque y Vida Silvestre de Nuevo Leon at this prized landmark to ensure the preservation of the zoo.
Designated a landmark in 1985, Rockefeller Center, another well-known Big Apple landmark, occupies more than 20 acres and is home to 20 buildings, although the most famous structure is the sunken plaza that is transformed into a skating rink in the winter, under the traditional Christmas tree.
We are very happy to sign this design contract with Landmark,'' Mao Dong Sheng, chairman of Wuhan Yangtze Entertainment, said through an interpreter.
This prized World War II relic, the only surviving destroyer of its kind today and a National Historic Landmark, is retired at Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum in Charleston Harbor, S.