Cornerstone


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Wikipedia.

cornerstone

[′kȯr·nər‚stōn]
(building construction)
An inscribed stone laid at the corner of a building, usually at a ceremony.

Cornerstone

A stone that is situated at a corner of a building uniting two intersecting walls, usually located near the base and often carrying information about the structure.

cornerstone

cornerstone
1. A stone that forms a corner or angle in a structure.
2. A stone prominently situated near the base of a corner in a building,
References in periodicals archive ?
The company stock has started trading under the name Cornerstone Community Bancorp instead of Cornerstone Community Bank, using the same ticker symbol, CRSB.
A ("Chiesi") in which Chiesi proposes to acquire 100% of the Common Stock of Cornerstone that it does not already own for $6.
Cornerstone mainstay Shishir Kurup lends a steady presence as an atheist journalist who clashes with a Realtor over the use of the word ``spiritual'' and later has to interview the Baha'i family of a soldier killed in Iraq.
Lenue Singletary, Chairman of Cornerstone Baptist Church Support Services Corporation, said, "By successfully completing this project we have provided housing to those in need and added to the rich history of Stuyvesant Heights.
Lois Eckenrod, to whom Warnke once proposed marriage, began laughing when the Cornerstone writers read her Warnke's accounts of having been shot.
The Ford will be the largest venue ever used for a Cornerstone production.
Our integrated software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution consists of the Cornerstone Recruiting Cloud, the Cornerstone Performance Cloud, the Cornerstone Learning Cloud and the Cornerstone Extended Enterprise Cloud.
Sunday's ritual included a symbolic placing of a time capsule that contained items for future generations, including a history of the Hollywood and West Valley Masons before they merged, pictures of the building's construction and pictures of the lodge's activities beneath the cornerstone on a tripod.
Cornerstone[R] and Cornerstone OnDemand[R] are registered trademarks of Cornerstone OnDemand Inc.
Cornerstone, the 15-year-old nomadic troupe that built its reputation creating location-specific plays in largely theater-free communities throughout the country, now gets to work in a space where audiences have come to expect quality drama.
The replay also will be available as a webcast on Cornerstone OnDemand's investor relations Web site.
Cornerstone was recognized for the recently released Cornerstone Recruiting Cloud, which integrates with Cornerstone's comprehensive talent management suite and supports the modern ways that businesses source, recruit, hire and onboard new employees.