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From one end of the Capstone we have an admirable bit for a picture.

It is for them to put the capstone upon the sublime structure.

The capstone on which the statue stands is one of the record-stones of the Temple.

Honesty is not only the foundation, but the capstone as well, of business success.

To him, the touch of her hand as he pressed it in his was the capstone of the whole adventure.

The finest bit of sculpture is on the capstone of the pyramid.

The capstone measures five feet ten inches, by four feet nine inches, and still rests against two of its supporters.

The capstone of this cromlech measured five by four feet, and its four supporters were each about three feet high.

The capstone, which now rests on only two of its supporters, measures 11½ feet in length, and 10½ feet in greatest breadth.

The last top stone on the towers, called the capstone, was laid April 6, 1892.

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