Clocktower


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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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Sullo said, his company offers monthly flat-fee service agreements through which -- for one monthly price -- Clocktower acts as a company's IT department.
Priced originally at $1,949,900, The Clocktower can be purchased for as low as $944,930 after applicable discounts - a 52 percent savings.
The 27-year-old from Essex is known for her downbeat heartrending tunes as displayed on her three albums, Clocktower Park, Tim's House and Light & Dark.
Originally built in 1914, the iconic ClockTower space, famous for its four gigantic clocks, has been transformed into a 7,000 square foot penthouse with fabulous living and entertaining quarters, state-of-the-art technology and arguably NYC's most extraordinary views, which make the ClockTower one of New York City's most coveted homes.
Pay a visit to the Nirvana Cafe which is situated in the heart of the city close to the clocktower.
IT WAS a war-time clocktower mystery which has stood the test of time.
They were walking from the Clocktower Plaza to Fifth Street East.
Stabile wants to put three five-story buildings on Front Street on the north bank of the river, across from the Clocktower Place apartments.
Jackson Hewitt for 1,419 square feet of office space in the Clocktower Building in Mechanicsville, Va.
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HISTORIC DOWNTOWN VENTURA The Clocktower Inn Hotel, with its grace and rustic simplicity, is located in the heart of Ventura, California, in a beautiful park setting, adjacent to Mission San Buenaventura and the historic museum.