Definitions for "Keystone"
Keywords:  voussoir, arch, wedge, vault, lintel
The central or topmost stone of an arch. This in some styles is made different in size from the other voussoirs, or projects, or is decorated with carving. See Illust. of Arch.
The wedge-shaped central block, or voussoir, at the apex of an arch.
wedge-shaped embellishment often used at the crown of an arch, that appears to "lock" the other units in a masonry arch in place.
An effect which causes distortion of a projected image because the projector is not at a 90-degree angle to the screen.The distance to the top of the image on the screen is much greater than to the bottom.
A video distortion effect that occurs when the projector is not set up directly in front of the screen.
Keystone is the distortion that can occur when a projected image source and screen are not correctly aligned. This results in an image that might be narrow at the bottom and wider at the top. All Sony projectors have digital keystone correction which enables this to be digitally corrected.
Amtrak's Keystone was a train service between New York Penn Station and Pittsburgh Penn Station. That route is now served by the Pennsylvanian. Prior to Amtrak the route was known as the Duquesne, named after Fort Duquesne in Pittsburgh, and was operated by the Pennsylvania Railroad.
The Keystone was an American automobile manufactured from 1899 until 1900. A product of Lebanon, Pennsylvania, it was the predecessor of the Searchmont; in 1899 the company offered a steam car with small three-cylinder radial engines built into each of its rear hubs.
Keywords:  lantern, latin, cross, page
in page 3 lantern in this page Latin cross in page 3
in this page lantern in page 2 Latin cross in this page
Keywords:  casks, ale, fitting, plastic, wooden
a small wood en or plastic fitting used in ale casks
A keystone is a small wooden or plastic fitting used in ale casks.
Keywords:  coors, colorado, brewing, golden, batch
Keystone beer is a product of the Coors Brewing Company in Golden, Colorado. It is second chance beer of the Coors Brewing Company. Because Keystone comes from the second-chance portion of a batch of Coors, it has a lower price, and as a result is very popular among college students or those on a limited budget.
Keywords:  comer, agriculture, building
agriculture building (comer)
Half price. Specimens sold wholesale, from one dealer to another, are keystoned. Interestingly enough, the specimens are occasionally doubled in price before being keystoned.
semi-triangular piece of wood usually at the top center of the clock
( Real Estate Glossary) - An angular block centered over a door or window in a header or mantle.
Keywords:  parsing, analysis
Keystone - Parsing and Analysis of C++