Ballard had the cornerstone of his case: a precise and non-violent cause of death.
“Marriage is the cornerstone on which our society was founded,” Ensign proclaimed from the Senate floor.
These 527s—intended to be the cornerstone of an independent effort to beat George W. Bush—failed.
But the coolest part may have been what was placed inside a zinc case in the cornerstone.
Next week Housing Minister Uri Ariel and Mayor Nir Barekat will lay a cornerstone.
This program is the cornerstone of our efforts to maintain the fiscal health of our Nation's local government.
Honesty in thought, in word, in deed––this he would have as the cornerstone of his truth.
He went to lay the cornerstone of the proud edifice of his ambitions.
Of these, the first is the cornerstone of the mental character of the advocate.
In his stead we had General Lafayette, the cornerstone of the Revolution.
I endorse without reserve the much abused sentiment of Governor M'Duffie, that "Slavery is the corner-stone of our republican edifice;" while I repudiate, as ridiculously absurd, that much lauded but nowhere accredited dogma of Mr. Jefferson, that "all men are born equal." No society has ever yet existed, and I have already incidentally quoted the highest authority to show that none ever will exist, without a natural variety of classes. [James H. Hammond, "Letter to an English Abolitionist" 1845]