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See also: Keystone
keystone (plural keystones)
- (architecture) The top stone of an arch.
- Something on which other things depend for support.
- 1999, Eliezer Geisler, Methodology, Theory, and Knowledge in the Managerial and Organizational ...:
- Tension between empirical and theoretical knowledge is keystone to sociological and to organizational theories, as early as in Marx's and Weber's frameworks.
- A native or resident of the American state of Pennsylvania.
- (retail) A retail price that is double the cost price; a markup of 100%.
- (baseball) The combination of the shortstop and second baseman.
the top stone of an arch
something on which other things depend for support
a native or resident of the American state of Pennsylvania
- (transitive) To distort (an image) by projecting it onto a surface at an angle, which for example causes a square to look like a trapezoid.
- (transitive, retail) To double the cost price in order to determine the retail price; to apply a markup of 100%.