Watch tower


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Watch tower

An elevated structure of any type used as a lookout; may be a separate structure or rise above the other portions of a building or wall.
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He said the remaining 16 beach watch towers will be installed in different location on the sea side.
Only recently, parts of the outer wall of Qasr Al Hosn and a strip of the 18th century Watch Tower had the cement removed.
Once there, the party of 14 dispersed into four groups, where Mr Swann assumed his position in one of the two watch towers.
Soldiers are pulling out of a military base in south Armagh and watch towers are being dismantled in the republican stronghold as talks on reviving the suspended Northern Ireland Assembly are set for September.
He began a study of the first three volumes of Studies in the Scriptures, written by Charles Taze Russell, noted world lecturer and the first president of the Watch Tower Society.
Its watch towers were used for defence, with guards to monitor the entrance to the main town.
Reflecting the local theme, water rides and attractions at Knott's Soak City pay tribute to the area's rich surfing heritage with names like Imperial Run, Sunset River and Solana Storm Watch Tower.
KARACHI -- Spokesman of IG Prisons Sindh while clarifying the news item appeared in print media regarding escape of inmates from District Prison Malir Karachi, said that on June 17 at about 2:50 am, some inmates of District Prison Malir Karachi attempted to escape from the prison who were challenged/fired upon by the Frontier Constabulary guards mounted on Watch Tower.
Other activities will include a visit to the Watch Tower at Seaton Sluice and its display of information and memorabilia; an opportunity to learn how to make butterfly kites and Marram grass planting with the Links Conservation Group.
Security forces conducted search operation in area Song Khula near Asman Manza and destroyed a watch tower along with firing bays.
Nine police were injured when they tried to repel the crowds from cutting their way through perimeter fencing of Creevekeeran watch tower.
It is hard to believe the war is over if you live under a military watch tower and have to endure daily intrusions by the British Army.