So she started a foundation, and handed out awards to Bill Clinton, among others, in honor of her late husband this week.
Not everyone signed up for the coalition, she says, noting that the Komen foundation did not join.
And from what I know of the body, your back is the foundation.
Thomas Joscelyn is a senior fellow at the foundation for Defense of Democracies and senior editor of The Long War Journal.
Reuel Marc Gerecht, a former CIA case officer, is a senior fellow at the foundation for Defense of Democracies.
Tie to the foundation thread of the first oval of the first circle.
But let not the foundation of our hope rest upon man's wisdom.
A judge, he apparently did not know that "good faith is the foundation of Justice."
Let us see if there is any foundation for this sentimental balderdash.
The security of individual property is the foundation of all social improvement.
late 14c., "action of founding," from Old French fondacion (14c.) or directly from Latin fundationem (nominative fundatio) "a founding," noun of action from past participle stem of fundare (see found (v.1)). The Latin word is glossed in Old English by staþol. Meaning "that which is founded" (a college, hospital, etc.) is from 1510s; meaning "funds endowed" is early 15c. Sense of "solid base of a structure" is from late 15c.
foundation foun·da·tion (foun-dā'shən)
The basis on which something stands or is supported; a base.
The axiom of foundation states that the membership relation is well founded, i.e. that any non-empty collection Y of sets has a member y which is disjoint from Y. This rules out sets which contain themselves (directly or indirectly).