fountainhead : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n an abundant source
- n the source of water from which a stream arises
- With dazzling virtuosity on the trumpet and an innovative singing style, Satchmo was the fountainhead of a thoroughly original American sound.
- Our leader is here in the revolutionary capital, which is the fountainhead of all our happiness.
- It is important, he said, "to have good liaison between the fountainhead of ideas and the catch pool.
- John Hagelin in Jamaica Observer
He runs several shifts of us into the ground,said American John Hagelin, a physicist who interprets Maharishi's thoughts into science-based language that falls more easily on a layman's ears. "He is a fountainhead of innovation and new...
- Yaron Brook in The Ayn Rand Institute
This gift is for ARI's high school book project, which we began a couple years ago to provide free copies of The Fountainhead and Anthem to high school teachers that wanted to assign the books in their classes but could not afford it,said Dr....
- LK Advani in Times of India
It's not an ordinary development. It was planned years ago. We had information in 2001 that terrorists wanted to strike the fountainhead of Indian nationalism. In fact, the intelligence led to the neutralisation of a terror group near Mumbai,...