Tourism is the city's economic keystone.
the keystone of his faith
Recent Examples on the WebFor the keystones about prompting of personas in generative AI, see the link here and the link here.—Lance Eliot, Forbes, 11 Feb. 2024 These Falcon Heavy flights will cut across NASA's portfolio of robotic space missions, dispatching probes deep into the Solar System, deploying a flagship-class astronomical observatory, sending up a weather satellite, and launching the keystone to NASA's Gateway mini-space station around the Moon.—Stephen Clark, Ars Technica, 13 Oct. 2023 Taken altogether, the speaker lineup might indicate a returning interest in third-party licensing, as keystone studios look to juice sales revenue, complementing the B2C model rather than competing with it.—Ben Croll, Variety, 12 Oct. 2023 The rollback also comes as political campaigning for the United States 2024 presidential election ramps up, and concerns about the spread of misinformation online remains a keystone issue ahead of the US vote.—Catherine Thorbecke, CNN, 27 Sep. 2023 Early childhood development has long been a keystone of Princess Kate’s royal world, and her back-to-back engagements shed light on the importance of loving relationships for children who have experienced adversity, trauma, or bereavement.—Janine Henni, Peoplemag, 25 May 2023 The Oscars are recognized by moviegoers around the world as the pinnacle of artistic accomplishment in motion pictures, and this important step, taken by the Academy, affirms that theatrical exhibition is the keystone of the industry.—Scott Feinberg, The Hollywood Reporter, 21 June 2023 This pay-to-play standard is the basis of the North American model of wildlife conservation, which is the popular set of principles that honors hunting, fishing, and trapping as a keystone of modern wildlife management in the U.S.—Katie Hill, Outdoor Life, 29 Nov. 2023 How exactly Earth’s sunward sister world went so far astray is one of the greatest mysteries of planetary science—and a potential keystone for astrobiology.—Leonard David, Scientific American, 14 Nov. 2023 See More
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