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keep

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

Keep

Inner tower of a castle.

keep, donjon

keep
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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Farewell Keepsake Box - Made of birch plywood; available in six sizes from Mini to XX-Large; comes with guidebook/memorial Service, workbook, paint & brush set, and plaque for pet's name; priced from $57.
Nina is still working three days a week in her main job and spending two days on her keepsake business.
Fingerprints offer a stunning, timeless collection of wedding jewellery and keepsakes that are available for personalisation for your special day.
8220;With the addition of the 'Precious Boy' and 'Precious Girl' series, parents will have a special, personalized funeral register book and keepsake box to memorialize their cherished child,” added Frazer.
Siser Susan Whitehouse, from the unit's bereavement team, said: "Nearly everyone given the option of the keepsake box jumps at the chance.
Following a trip into theatre in July 2009, Op KEEPSAKE was proposed by WO Storey, CD, Canadian Expeditionary Force Command Headquarters (CEFCOM HQ), War Diarist to Mrs.
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.
Depending upon individual choices, people will either bury or scatter the deceased person's ashes but some may keep a small portion as a keepsake.
We design and sew the squares into a beautiful keepsake quilt, which is mailed back to the honoree.
Afterward, Wang Jianjur, who heads China's Ministry of Culture, awarded him a smart piece of the Great Watt as a keepsake.