Definitions for "Monolith "
A single stone, especially one of large size, shaped into a pillar, statue, or monument.
single block of stone shaped into a pillar
See Standing Stone.
The Monolith is a DC Comics comic book series whose title character is a superheroic golem. The Monolith is guided in his actions by Alice Cohen, a recovering drug addict whose grandmother was one of those responsible for the Monolith's creation in the 1930s.
Monolith is a novel by John Passarella set in the fictional universe of the U.S. television series Angel.
Monolith is an application framework for Web applications. It provides basic widgets for labels, buttons, images, input fields, and so on. The programmer uses these to construct whole applications or reusable "super-widgets" which can be embedded in other applications, distributed, or even sold.
Monolith is a simple tool that takes two arbitrary binary files and "munges" them together to produce a Mono binary file. Monolith can also reconstruct an Element file from a Basis file and a Mono file.
Monolith is a simple software tool to distribute copyrighted data without theoretically committing any copyright infringement. As the current legality of distribution of copyrighted works is quite ambiguous, the ideas presented and implemented by Monolith purport to further "[muddy] the waters of the digital copyright debate."
(a) A piece of unfractured bedrock, generally more than a few meters across.
A monolith is the main source of magical information in Mithria. players wishing to learn spells must read them from the appropriate monolith type.
Keywords:  glenn, college, left, turn, right
if you turn right on Glenn from College... it is on the left
Keywords:  ultra, subset, empty, compact, largest
Every non-empty ultra-connected compact space ''X'' has a largest proper open subset; this subset is called a monolith.