maiden tower


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maiden tower

The keep or principal tower of a castle.
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The erection of the Maiden Tower dam is going on as a supplementary provision, which is positioned 10 kilometres away from the site of the Khudaferin dam.
From his first season's coverings at Cheveley Park he got Maiden Tower, who narrowly missed a Classic success when second in the Poule d'Essai des Pouliches, but did notch a Group 2 victory in the Prix de Sandringham.
Royal Ascot, however, could be the aim for Maiden Tower, who gave Dettori his 300th Group-race success in the Prix de Sandringham.
The filly ran fourth in that Group Three contest behind the reopposing trio of Maiden Tower, Fidelio's Miracle and Welcome Millenium, but is expected to improve.
The eight domestic acceptors are Maiden Tower, Fidelio's Miracle, Welcome Millenium, Etoile Montante, Musical Chimes, Garlinote, Mes Bleus Yeux and Acago.
The Inner City has still preserved much of its 12th century fortifications: the defensive walls and the legendary Maiden Tower exist to date.
THE MAN: Engelbert BUSTLING: View from Maiden Tower
Coral: 3 Islington, 5 Tates Creek, 6 Bright Sky, 13-2 Heat Haze, 7 Musical Chimes, Yesterday, 8 Dimitrova, Mezzo Soprano, Voodoo Dancer, 10 Casual Look, Maiden Tower, 12 Bien Nicole.
Many ancient architectural treasures still stand tall such as the Maiden Tower and Palace of the Shirvanshahs in the walled City of Baku.
Film Maker and French 1,000 Guineas runner-up Maiden Tower were separated by just a short head after a bumping finish.
For this reason Direction has established an office in the Dubai Office Maiden Tower and has become a registered company in the United Arab Emirates under the official designation "QIBLAH EMIRATES".
There is the old city of Baku with remnants of the city walls and the famous mediaeval Maiden Tower and the Shirvanshah's Palace.