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A '''cornerstone''' was a [[rock|stone]] or [[brick]] that was placed in the corner of a structure.
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A '''cornerstone''' was a {{stone}} or [[brick]] that was placed in the corner of a structure.
   
The cornerstone of every building in the [[Caldos colony]] came from various places in [[Scotland]], including the [[city|cities]] of [[Edinburgh]], [[Glasgow]], and [[Aberdeen]]. [[Maturin]] explained to [[Jean-Luc Picard]] in [[2370]] that it was done so that the [[colonist]]s could "''feel they had a piece of the real thing here''". ({{TNG|Sub Rosa}})
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The cornerstone of every building in the [[Caldos colony]] came from various places in [[Scotland]], including the [[city|cities]] of [[Edinburgh]], [[Glasgow]], and [[Aberdeen]]. [[Maturin]] explained to [[Jean-Luc Picard]] in [[2370]] that it was done by the colony's [[Caldos colony residents#Founders|founders]] so that the [[colonist]]s could "''feel they had a piece of the real thing here''". ({{TNG|Sub Rosa}})
   
 
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A cornerstone was a stone or brick that was placed in the corner of a structure.

The cornerstone of every building in the Caldos colony came from various places in Scotland, including the cities of Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Aberdeen. Maturin explained to Jean-Luc Picard in 2370 that it was done by the colony's founders so that the colonists could "feel they had a piece of the real thing here". (TNG: "Sub Rosa")

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