Hating what the Wall has become is a touchstone of identity.
Since its debut, An American Family has been the source of controversy, and has become a touchstone in television history.
He is, instead, excavating the origins of a touchstone of the contemporary political debate.
On this, and on the variations of pain, you mentioned a passage in War and Peace that was a kind of touchstone.
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It is with the aid of this touchstone that I test the distinction between property secured and property controlled by the state.
The touchstone of sincerity in England, he said, was the betting.
The Guaranty of Dismemberment, when brought to the touchstone of the three essential conditions, is found wanting.
Fictions or realities, could they survive the touchstone of this atom of common sense?
And I am come to marry the maid, for I have brought the touchstone of truth.