fountainhead


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Synonyms for fountainhead

Synonyms for fountainhead

an abundant source

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the source of water from which a stream arises

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In 2016, DAN's existing experiential offering, psLIVE and it 86 employees in India will be combined with Fountainhead.
Patel and her entire, experienced team," said Chris Hurn, founder and CEO of Fountainhead.
Following the lecture, guests will enjoy a family-style Sumerian-inspired feast prepared by Fountainhead Chef Cleetus Friedman.
Fountainhead worked closely with Tanana Chiefs Conference on the project, seeing it through to completion and occupancy.
offered her $50,000 for the movie rights to The Fountainhead, she recalls, she and her husband realized they could now afford the 65-cent dinner at a restaurant they frequented.
I was appalled to see The Fountainhead included in Nick Farrentello's "Real to Reel: Ten Classics in Humanist Cinema" (J/A 2011).
by Michael Zalewa; "Barriers to Intimacy: Leading, Following, or Sitting Out the Dance," by Marilyn Volker; "Our Brain: The Fountainhead of Our Thoughts, Emotions, Behaviors, and Addictions--And Our Recovery," by John Eustace.
Rand considered her first major novel The Fountainhead, published in 1942, the preeminent case for individualism.
Vincent LaManna of CBRE and Jeffrey Lichtenberg of Fountainhead Enterprises represented the tenant in this transaction.
The RSS is considered as the ideological fountainhead of the BJP, which managed only 116 seats in the last April/May general elections.
Displayed in a glass-fronted gallery, the two-part plastic-enclosed unfired-clay sculpture Itinerant Edens: Fountainhead was situated so as to be first glimpsed at a triple remove: a separation by the two transparent barriers (glass and plastic) and the empty, insulating space between them.
This age group relies on Internet video for news and entertainment and FountainHead delivers it in the style this age group can relate to.
Braided throughout the biography is a history of the ideas Nichols used to bring the gay rights movement to critical mass and discussion of the sources of the ideas that influenced his work, such as the integration of androgyny and anarchism into his activist philosophy, and the use of poet Walt Whitman as the fountainhead of the homosexual movement.
Yet that hasn't stopped Penguin from publishing her two most famous novels, Atlas Shrugged and The Fountainhead, in its prestigious Classic series.
Gary Cooper -- The Signature Collection (includes ``Sergeant York,'' ``The Fountainhead,'' ``Dallas,'' ``Springfield Rifle,'' ``The Wreck of the Mary Deare'') (Warner; $49.