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Clocktower

Any instrument for indicating time, such as a mechanical device with a numbered dial and moving hands or pointers, positioned in a single tower or a tower-like portion of a structure.
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For current Clocktower Media clients, there will be no immediate change to the way business is transacted, Metova said.
In 1986, Henry renounced the New York art world, of which he was a vibrant part from the late 1960s through the mid-'80s--showing at the Fischbach Gallery, John Weber Gallery, the Clocktower Gallery, and P.
Sullo said, his company offers monthly flat-fee service agreements through which -- for one monthly price -- Clocktower acts as a company's IT department.
All three residences are located within the renowned 115-year-old DuPage County Courthouse clocktower building, which has achieved landmark status.
Former singer and dancer Ceri Pritchard held a variety show at the Clocktower in Mostyn, Flintshire to raise money for the Katie Piper Foundation.
The elevators in McKim, Mead & White's imposing Clocktower Building go to the twelfth floor.
I attended one day of DCAT Week '11, and was quite impressed by the number of familiar faces in attendance, both in the sessions and walking the Waldorf's spacious lobby and famed clocktower.
He could be as bleak as Auden on his worst day; Audens clocktower addressing the lovers on the bridge has nothing on Reaneys fetuss macabre realization that its mothers heart is the clock already ticking away its hours (Dark Lagoon).
1 Contemporary Art Center, has established a new project: Art International Radio (AIR), a Web radio station and arts center to operate out of the Clocktower Gallery in Lower Manhattan.
Pay a visit to the Nirvana Cafe which is situated in the heart of the city close to the clocktower.