Foundations

フレーズと例文

laid the foundations   (基礎を築いた)

Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk laid the foundations of Czech sociology.

Smith laid the foundations of classical free market economic theory.

Societies in the region laid the foundations for astronomy, mathematics and astrology.

laying the foundations   (基礎を築く)

With these changes, they ended up laying the foundations of the group, as we know it today.

In 1924, Takehiko also played a part in laying the foundations of the Scouting movement in Japan.

Alexander is credited with laying the foundations of music education in the Dallas public schools.

private foundations   (民間財団)

DGH is also supported by private foundations.

Various churches and private foundations operate several private schools.

The Joyce Foundation is one of the few private foundations that considers gun-related research proposals.

lay the foundations   (基礎を築く)

The Mississippi Choctaw would lay the foundations of business ventures.

In 1856, Wimmer started to lay the foundations for St. John's Abbey in Minnesota.

He also helped lay the foundations of the computerised system of forecasting used today.

stone foundations   (石の基礎)

The Lower Cable house is brick on stone foundations.

Construction techniques later became more homogeneous and all homes were built of adobe with stone foundations.

The 1911 excavation of the mound revealed some strong stone foundations for a square tower and the remains of a ringwork.

concrete foundations

The locktenders' houses are identical two-story, brick dwellings on concrete foundations.

The water tank is situated on six cross-braced steel legs submerged in concrete foundations.

charitable foundations

The family's net worth in 2002 was £165 million and their charitable foundations totalled £200 million in assets.

The foundation works as a fund of funds, fundraising for other non-profit organizations, including charitable foundations.

He was also the founder of the Daniel Foundation of Alabama, which is one of the largest charitable foundations in Alabama.