Monolith

A monolith is a geological feature consisting of a single massive stone or rock, such as some mountains, or a single large piece of rock placed as, or within, a monument or building. Erosion usually exposes the geological formations, which are often made of very hard and solid metamorphic or igneous rock. In architecture, the term has considerable...
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Monolith

• (n.) A single stone, especially one of large size, shaped into a pillar, statue, or monument.
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monolith

(a) A piece of unfractured bedrock, generally more than a few meters across. (b) A large upstanding mass of rock
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monolith

noun a single great stone (often in the form of a column or obelisk)
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Monolith

[catalyst support] A monolithic catalyst support is an extruded substrate widely used in vehicle catalytic converters. == Properties == Monolithic catalyst supports are extruded substrates that are widely used in automotive and stationary emission control devices and other kind of reactors in the chemical industry. In automotive application...
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Monolith

Mon'o·lith noun [ French monolithe , Latin monolithus consisting of a single stone, Greek ...; mo`nos single + li`qos stone.] A single stone, especially one of large size, shaped into a pillar, statue, or monument.
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monolith

large single stone in form of monument, obelisk or column
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monolith

Single isolated stone or column, usually standing and of great size, used as a form of monument. Some are natural features, such as the Buck Stone in the Forest of Dean, England. Other monoliths may...
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monolith

Single isolated stone or column, usually standing and of great size, used as a form of monument. Some are natural features, such as the Buck Stone in the Forest of Dean, England. Other monoliths may be quarried, resited, finished, or carved; those in Egypt of about 3000 BC take the form of obelisks. They have a wide distribution including Europ...
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monolith

[n] - a single great stone (often in the form of a column or obelisk)
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