bedrock of

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  • It is the bedrock of the German system of national education. Cited from The War and Democracy, by Seton-Watson, Wilson, Zimmern and Greenwood
  • And yet this experience became the bedrock of his belief.
  • This 54-year marriage is said to have been the bedrock of his life.
  • Here we have got down to the bedrock of virtue. Cited from Christianity and Ethics, by Archibald B. C. Alexander
  • They are said to "form the bedrock of the people".
  • Thus, for all practical purposes, she became the bedrock of Ranger's success.
  • Not a land of significant population, or resources or even strategic position, it had become a bedrock of Roman culture.
  • It is the very bedrock of our notion of individual autonomy and property rights.
  • The bedrock of the area is mostly buried under of these glacial till deposits.
  • He chose Peter, the bedrock of human nature, and to him he gave the keys of Heaven. Cited from The Altar Steps, by Compton MacKenzie
  • These policies and actions laid the foundation and formed the bedrock of disputes between professional army officers and the ruling administration.
  • Established on the bedrock of actual life, and on the living unity and community of present, past and future generations. Cited from Little Journeys To The Homes Of Great Teachers, by Elbert Hubbard
  • The new formula featured world-class acts while continuing to ground the festival on a bedrock of Pacific Northwest talent.
  • Well, we have certain common ideals which rest upon no sentimental foundations, but upon the bedrock of truth and justice. Cited from Getting Together, by Ian Hay
  • The last band of bedrock of from the Carboniferous age and cover nearly a third of the states southwestern area.
  • Kajuru local government is an agrarian based economic with agriculture as its major economic activity which serves the bedrock of other activities.
  • The "big house" was the bedrock of rural society.
  • These values are the bedrock of our strength. Cited from State of the Union, Ronald Reagan
  • It was at this time that I personally touched my bedrock of misery, both mental and physical. Cited from With British Guns in Italy, by Hugh Dalton
  • Although far-right radicals were the bedrock of support for McCarthyism, they were not alone.
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