It is, for these two sons, both born in 1964, the fulcrum for their great labors.
The lever of dissent has to be long, and the fulcrum—the immovable determination of the American president—has to be steady.
Give me a lever long enough and a fulcrum on which to place it, and I shall move the world.
fulcrum ful·crum (ful'krəm, fŭl'-)
n. pl. ful·crums or ful·cra (-krə)
The point or support on which a lever pivots.
An anatomical structure that acts as a hinge or a point of support.
The point on which a lever is balanced when a force is exerted.