Tell me the real truth, as you have it from the fountainhead
If men will not drink of this at the fountainhead
of the day, why, then, we must even bottle up some and sell it in the shops, for the benefit of those who have lost their subscription ticket to morning time in this world.
What if I were to promise to give up Helen, who was the fountainhead
of all this war, and all the treasure that Alexandrus brought with him in his ships to Troy, aye, and to let the Achaeans divide the half of everything that the city contains among themselves?
The first cross-cut the man made, there was space for only three holes, so narrow had become the pay-streak and so close was he to the fountainhead
of the golden stream he had been following for four days.
In 1066, when William, the Duke of Normandy, invaded England and defeated his cousin, King Harold, in the Battle of Hastings, the victor William proclaimed himself the fountainhead
In the next couple of months, the SBA is expected to take-out the Fountainhead
Plus performances from members of The Fountainhead
, The Fat Lady Sings,Those Nervous Animals, Cry Before Dawn and many more.
Baghdad remained a seat of higher learning and served as the fountainhead
of education and innovation for many years.
In her novel The Fountainhead
, Ayn Rand characterizes this kind of conflict as a struggle between "firsthanders" and "secondhanders.
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.