That timeline can serve as the backbone for the story our data tells.
We, as the backbone of the Israeli peace camp need to reframe our political challenge.
The Civil War hero Ulysses Grant dismissed Republican James Garfield for lacking “the backbone of an angleworm.”
“The INF Treaty is the backbone of protecting Europe from nuclear threats,” said a senior GOP Senate aide.
Instead, the duo focused on what Democrats needed to do in 2002 to grow a backbone and win elections again.
To kill without scent the backbone should be broken by a quick blow or the skunk should be drowned.
Among all the refugees, there is not one more loyal to the backbone than we.
Then with a sharp axe, standing behind the 138 suspended beef, split it down the backbone, severing it in half.
She was a princess to the backbone, at all hours, and in all places.
We got the backbone apart and strung the hindquarters on a stake.
backbone back·bone (bāk'bōn')
See spinal column.
See vertebral column.
Integrity and courage; fortitude: If you had any backbone, you would deal with him