cornerstone

  1. the fundamental assumptions underlying an explanation
  2. a stone in the exterior of a large and important building; usually carved with a date and laid with appropriate ceremonies
  3. a stone at the outer corner of two intersecting masonry walls

Cornerstone

[agency] Cornerstone is a New York-based creative lifestyle marketing and public relations agency with offices in New York City, Los Angeles, and London. It is helmed by co-CEOs Rob Stone and Jon Cohen. The company employs approximately 100 professionals worldwide, in addition to a network of field marketing representatives throughout the U...
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Cornerstone

[song] `Cornerstone` is a song by the English indie rock band Arctic Monkeys, released as the second single from their third album Humbug. It was released on 16 November 2009. Like the previous single `Crying Lightning`, the vinyl was made available in Oxfam shops. Alex Turner told Uncut magazine that he wrote this song, `one morning, quite...
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cornerstone

[n] - a stone in the exterior of a large and important building 2. [n] - a stone at the outer corner of two intersecting masonry walls
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cornerstone

noun a stone at the outer corner of two intersecting masonry walls
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cornerstone

ceremonial building block, usually placed ritually in the outer wall of a building to commemorate its dedication. Sometimes the stone is solid, with ...
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Cornerstone

[disambiguation] A cornerstone is a ceremonial masonry stone set in a prominent location on the outside of a building. Cornerstone may also refer to: Companies/organizations == Music == == Religion == == Schools == == Other == ...
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Cornerstone

[magazine] Cornerstone was a newspaper and later a magazine published by Jesus People USA, focusing on topics of evangelical Christian faith and engagement with politics and culture. Cornerstone began as an 8-page black-and-white newspaper in 1971, printed at various locations by the itinerant Jesus People community. In 1973 its publication...
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Cornerstone

[software] Cornerstone is a relational database for DOS by Infocom. It was widely hailed upon its release in 1985 for its ease of use, but is generally considered one of the leading factors that led to the demise of the company. ==History and development== In the 1980s, Infocom was widely known as a computer game developer and publisher. It...
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Cornerstone

The cornerstone (or foundation stone) concept is derived from the first stone set in the construction of a masonry foundation, important since all other stones will be set in reference to this stone, thus determining the position of the entire structure. Over time a cornerstone became a ceremonial masonry stone, or replica, set in a prominent loca...
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Cornerstone

A stone forming a part of a corner or angle in a wall. Also a stone laid at the formal inauguration of the erection of a building.
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Cornerstone

A stone forming a part of a corner or angle in a wall. Also a stone laid at the formal inauguration of the erection of a building, not necessarily at a corner, usually incorporating a date or inscription.
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