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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As for the Moro Watch Tower, the governor cited the effort of the local government to allocate budget for the construction of the passage going inside the historic site since tourists and locals currently use the school facility to enter the tower.
Soldiers began yesterday to dismantle the Romeo 12 watch tower at Sugarloaf Mountain, south Armagh, as part of the 'security normalisation' programme.
Documentation of the Witnesses' experience in Asia comes largely from Watch Tower publications.
The Chinese side insisted on building the watch tower and increased its troop strength forcing the Indian Army also to call for reinforcements.
Dean Jacek, Watch Tower spokesperson, said the RTO is part of their global initiative to help people learn the Bible's message in their native language.
Nolasco said he was glad that local publishing institutions, such as Watch Tower Society, were filling this need by producing reading materials and videos in local languages, including Filipino Sign Language, that can be used as supplementary materials to help pupils in their studies.
A 22- YEAR- OLD woman constable of the CRPF was found dead, with bullet wounds in her stomach, on a watch tower in the battalion camp of Dwarka in southwest Delhi on Sunday.
Speaking on condition of anonymity he said that there were no casualties in the embassy.But he said glass windows and doors inside the building were damaged, as was a watch tower on its perimeter wall.
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."