Statue of Liberty

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Statue of Liberty

n
(Placename) a monumental statue personifying liberty, in New York Harbor, on Liberty Island: a gift from France, erected in 1885. Official name: Liberty Enlightening the World

Stat′ue of Lib′erty


n.
a large copper statue on Liberty Island in New York harbor depicting a woman holding a burning torch.
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Noun1.Statue of Liberty - a large monumental statue symbolizing liberty on Liberty Island in New York Bay
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cried Ned gaily, as they passed the Statue of Liberty.
Cuomo today announced that New York State will reopen the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island.
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has secured an insulated, architectural precast panel contract from Phelps Construction Group for the Statue of Liberty Museum on Liberty Island in the New York Harbor.
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The pupils from Rastrick High School & Sixth Form took in all the sights including the Statue of Liberty, Central Park and the Hard Rock Cafe.
NEW YORK, Oct 28 (KUNA) -- The Statue of Liberty celebrated this year its 129 years of friendship between the people of France and the US.
Little did he know that his artwork would become a part of the American culture, and that his patriotism would inspire such great projects as the restoration of the Statue of Liberty.