Landmarks of history

important events by which eras or conditions are determined.

See also: Landmark

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The Search giant also regularly comes up with innvoative and quirky doodles to celebrate important landmarks of history. All of them are well thought out and meant to keep you glued to the game for a long time.
Uzbekistan, which is home to several antiquated landmarks of history and society, draws in tourists from everywhere in the world.
It's just a little predictable that her career highs and lows should coincide so neatly with the landmarks of history.
March 2, 2013 is a landmarks of history for the Republic of Tajikistan, Avesta news agency reported.
In African American studies, whose actors often elude historians for lack of evidence, this model of contextual reconstruction of everyday minutiae and landmarks of history is valuable.
He said important landmarks of history do not reach their culmination without leaderships determination, consistency and sacrifice of the people.
Some speeches are landmarks of history. "Representative American Speeches 2008-2009" analyzes the most important speeches that affected the American political landscape during the period.
Supporters of the bill argued that heritage buildings are landmarks of history and culture and the community deserves a say in what happens to them.
Charles Corn guides us through some well-known landmarks of history, such as the circumnavigation of Africa, the conquest of Malacca, the Portuguese advance into the Moluccas, the circumnavigation of the world by Ferdinand Magellan, and the adventures of the Jesuit missionary Francis Xavier, the "Apostle of the Indies".