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  • noun Plural form of keystone.

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Examples

  • They're important "keystones," naturally, but as the altered timeline showed, the world will get along (albeit imperfectly) without them.

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  • Rapids, Mich., in 1904, the railings and ornamental parts of the bridge, such as keystones, brackets, consols, dentiles and panels, were cast in molds and set in place much as cut stone would be.

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  • The fab chief set out what he saw as the company's "keystones", including the firm's global nature, its drive towards innovation, collaboration within the IBM Alliance and "agility".

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  • Morgaine's incantation suggests that the Troika is trying to replace the Trinity as universal "keystones" (again, issue #1's term).

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  • The Commission also agreed that Privacy is one of the keystones of democracy and a failure to enforce privacy regulations is not only a danger to democracy itself but also begins to normalise the view that privacy doesn ` t matter to the current and future generations.

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  • Polian expects a return to form for a physically and mentally tough bunch that typically reflects its fiery coach and keystones in Jones-Drew (who has 38 touchdowns in 47 career games) and quarterback David Garrard.

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  • The 12,000-square-foot building has the original red brick facade, while the second-floor windows have keystones and iron guardrails.

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  • SUNY Albany took the axe to language and classic studies, and a number of Pennsylvania State campuses dismissed such keystones as Latin American studies, biological and physical studies and more.

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  • But the criteria neither failed to provide people of ordinary intelligence a reasonable opportunity to understand what conduct was prohibited nor authorized arbitrary and discriminatory enforcement, the two keystones of unconstitutional vagueness.

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  • But the criteria neither failed to provide people of ordinary intelligence a reasonable opportunity to understand what conduct was prohibited nor authorized arbitrary and discriminatory enforcement, the two keystones of unconstitutional vagueness.

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