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Architecture the main tower within the walls of a medieval castle or fortress


Inner tower of a castle.

keep, donjon

The stronghold of a medieval castle, usually in the form of a massive tower, and a place of residence, esp. in times of siege.
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A Smallprint silver keepsake starts with soft clay-like material called precious metal clay.
8220;The initial purpose of the funeral register having changed from a simple record of names, to a more complete memorial keepsake book, keepsake boxes to permanently store and protect these registers are needed,” stated Frazer.
The concept for Op KEEPSAKE was in place by January 2010 and when the initial July 2010 reconnaissance into theatre for mementos was conducted by WO Storey and Mrs.
Only one diamond in hundreds meets the exacting standards of color, cut and clarity which Keepsake has traditionaly maintained through six decades.
com, a keepsake is "anything kept, or given to be kept, as a token of friendship or affection; remembrance.
In 2007, the Iowa Board of Medical Examiners reminded physicians that the FDA has not approved fetal ultrasound for keepsake purposes.
In my experience, there's generally not a huge demand for keepsake ultrasounds, but those women who opt for it are well informed and understand the safety of ultrasound technology when performed by a physician.
But collecting Keepsake ornaments has driven holiday spending by Pamela J.
The 25-person company has created two new spinoff divisions, Petra Natural Stone Keepsake Urns for the pet market, and Soul Stones for cremated human remains, better known in the industry vernacular as cremains.
For this limited-edition keepsake he put together a checklist of Rubin's work on Wolfe, as well as a bibliography of all of Rubin's writings.
The enchanting bunny Snow White and the seven animal dwarfs is a keepsake even for those already thoroughly familiar with the original tale.
We design and sew the squares into a beautiful keepsake quilt, which is mailed back to the honoree.