Have the president drive in the golden fence post at promontory Point II and sign the amnesty right there.
promontory is something else, former regulators who help banks comply with—and predict— what their regulators do.
It was his hope to get a view from the other side of the promontory, towards Laulii.
Another was on the west of the promontory of Paria, and named Cape Lapa.
The man whom I had seen upon the promontory was not an Indian.
Coming around a promontory of rocks a large black bull was in sight.
The party walked west along the sea-wall and proceeded in single file up a steep path to the highest part of the promontory.
The grove through which the troop was passing ended just by the edge of the promontory.
A fine high plateau or promontory thrusts itself out into the lower flats through which the river curves.
These remained below the works, and on the opposite side of the promontory.
1540s, from Middle French promontoire (15c.) and directly from Medieval Latin promontorium, altered (by influence of Latin mons "mount, hill") from Latin promunturium "mountain ridge, headland," probably related to prominere "jut out" (see prominent).
promontory prom·on·to·ry (prŏm'ən-tôr'ē)
A projecting part.