Embattlements

Embattlements

Having battlements; a crenellated molding.
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The viaduct is decorated with embattlements and a cross motif above each pier.
There are wind turbines, solar panels, World War II gun embattlements and an old isolation hospital from the 1800s still in place on the island, but it is perhaps most famous for receiving the first-ever radio message across water by Marconi in 1897, and has even featured in the BBC TV series Torchwood.
Testimony can certainly not change the past, but, "neither does it succumb to death, nostalgia, memorializing, ongoing repetitious embattlements with the past or flight to superficiality or to the seductive temptation of the illusion of substitutions" (Laub 1992b: 91).
She spoke of the intense embattlements of that era, the prejudice and discrimination added to the deep-seated taboos around race mixing and out-of-wedlock birth.
18) This can be better done, however, from a standpoint of love first and last than from entrenched point and counterpoint embattlements.
Smaller projectiles ricocheted off reinforced, sand-covered embattlements like so much hail.
It came after years of misinformation being passed to the enemy and even the building of dummy armies and embattlements at Dover to maintain the deception.
Originally the tower was four storeys with embattlements on top.