Definitions for "CORNERSTONE"
1.Generally a stone that forms a corner or angle in a structure. 2. More specifically, a stone prominently situated near the base of a corner in a building carrying in formation recording the dedicatory dates and other pertinent information. In some buildings, these stones contain or cap a vault in which contemporary memorabilia are preserved.
A stone forming part of a corner or angle in a wall. Also a dedicatory stone laid at the formal inauguration of a building's construction, prominently located but not necessarily at the corner, and usually bearing the date of erection and often an inscription.
a stone in the exterior of a large and important building; usually carved with a date and laid with appropriate ceremonies
Cornerstone is a relational database for the PC released by Infocom in 1985. It was widely hailed upon its release for its ease of use, but is generally considered one of the leading factors that led to the demise of the company.
Cornerstone is the ninth album by Styx, released in 1979 (see 1979 in music).
Although it yielded no #1 hits, as would some of her later albums, Cornerstone would attain the highest Billboard Top Country Albums rating in her career for Holly Dunn at #22, based on three hits which made it into the Country Top Ten singles list: the #2 "Love Someone Like Me," the #4 "Only When I Love," and the #7 "Strangers Again."
Something that is essential, indispensable, or basic.
Something that is essential, indespensable, or basic.
the fundamental assumptions from which something is begun or developed or calculated or explained; "the whole argument rested on a basis of conjecture"
Keywords:  huge, christ, speaking, rock
a huge rock, this is the rock that Christ was speaking of
an integral component that complements the Microsoft Solution
Keywords:  sashing, joining, square, fabric
square of fabric joining sashing to sashing
Keywords:  birth, letter, first, name
The cornerstone is the first letter of the first name as it was given at birth.
Keywords:  family, locally, business, owned
a locally owned family business