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Bell tower

A tall structure either independent or part of a building used to contain one or more bells; it is also called a campanile.

bell tower

A tall structure supporting one or more bells; may be part of a building or an independent structure; Also see belfry.
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Belltower said that it used in part a USD1m credit facility to secure Whitaker and Olmos through William Morris Endeavour Agency (WME).
Our subscribers will be some of the first to know so any dangerous food can be removed quickly before it is served to their families," said Tim Klein, a founding partner of BellTower Technologies LLC.
If you've got the energy you can climb the belltower.
The composition is anchored and completed by a corner belltower.
They say he wants to put them into a book, many books even, so many that if you stacked them one on top of the other they would reach higher than the belltower.
James probably calculated that, having rung them on November 5, the bellringers would not bother to climb the belltower again 12 days later.
Its belltower dominates the city of Czestochowa below, with a public park extending from the sanctuary complex down the valley to the city, forming a natural barrier to preserve the prayerful atmosphere of Jasna Gora.
And its selling points include its belltower, pews and a stained glass window.
Dating from the turn of the 12th century, it features some fine Gothic murals and a typical, impressive Lombard belltower.
will hold its 27th Annual Spring Seminar at the Holiday Inn Belltower in Ft.
If the proposal is approved, a bronze statue, "life like" and representing the General at the time he carried out his daily duties as Commandant 1911-1914, would be erected beside the Campbell Estate Belltower on the southwestern side of the Parade Ground.
Dotting the vast space are the occasional door and window frame, a church belltower, some stair supports, a bare tree and the rocky beginnings of a mountain.