It was only when she found herself standing before a massive pile of weathered stones, a huge, natural monolith , that she stopped.
The experience suggests that the monolith of corporate culture is only a partial reality.
The skyline is dominated by the nearby Palace of Culture, a monolith which Stalin constructed as a symbol of his power and as an answer to the skyscrapers of capitalism.
There's no sign outside the concrete-and-glass monolith .
They drove across town through the thinning evening traffic and worked their way towards the brand new 52 story monolith known as the Conner tower.
Upon the first day of his eighteenth year the ancients called him to the stone monolith .
The giant sandstone monolith reaches a height of 335 metres and measures 8.8 kilometres in circumference.
The food monolith , with its chicken mills and slaughterhouses, wasn't created because its owners are cruel.
But perhaps a more serious issue is that most prior studies have examined the opinions of the public as a monolith .
Eschewing the model of the totalitarian monolith , Neumann's was the first influential attempt to analyse the structures of the regime in terms of a multitude of power blocs.