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Far more momentous is the changing of the guard in the semiconductor industry.
NBA All-Stars also staged a strike before tipoff in 1964, fighting for better working conditions for all players — a momentous event in the history of the sports labor movement.
It might seem surprising to political junkies that something as momentous as the presidential election would have a much smaller predicted effect on the economy than schools reopening or Congress passing additional stimulus.
While we celebrate the momentous occasion of women being granted the right to vote, we must also reflect on the work needed to ensure gender and racial equality.
This momentous rise of commercialism was accompanied by large scale import of slaves from far and wide lands.
Later that year, at the momentous Council of Clermont, the Pope officially made the call for a Crusade to take over the Holy Land.
These are few and verbal, but momentous, and were not made without consultation of many critical authorities and versions.
Not one word did Mrs. Dodd utter for many days to her husband of her momentous conversation with the squire.
Congress met, and during the debate on the momentous question—peace or war—the hitherto compact group of intransigents weakened.
The king, however, soon forgot the neglect of etiquette in the momentous questions which were pressing upon his attention.

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