Examples of national monument in a Sentence
the Statue of Liberty National Monument
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The Wisconsin Riders were also strong advocates for getting Sebena's name added to the national monument.
In retrospect, proposing these designations that are relevant to nonwhite history seem like red herrings meant to distract from his suggested gutting of an embryonic national monument full of significance to indigenous Americans.
His attacks on national monuments, for example, or his pardon of Joe Arpaio, or his push to ramp up deportations and rescind DACA—these are big, concrete spectacles.
Interior manages nearly 177 miles of Arizona's border with Mexico, a stretch that crosses national monuments, tribal lands, and wildlife refuges that fall under Zinke's jurisdiction.
There’s never been a ruling on whether a president can decrease the size of a national monument.
The fishermen’s lawsuit had been put on hold by a review of national monuments ordered by President Donald Trump’s administration in April 2017.
Five Native American tribes have joined in a lawsuit charging that the president has no power to decrease the size of national monuments like Bears Ears.
Several of those national monument posters have since been removed and replaced with the images Nedd ordered.
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NATIONAL MONUMENT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of national monument for English Language Learners
: a place (such as an old building or an area of land) that is owned and protected by a national government because of its natural beauty or its importance to history or science
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