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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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The free keep-fit sessions take place every Tuesday from 9.
Mrs Cope, aged 42, of Lord Street, Palfrey, said: 'Three Asian ladies we knew from keep-fit were waiting to get into the fitness room.
She formerly attended one of Mrs Bradford''s keep-fit classes held at Huddersfield Sports Centre as part of Over 50s Weekly Leisure (OWLS).
He said: "My wife has bought Davina's keep-fit DVD and says it works.
Paying tribute to the fitness guru's tenacity in old age, Ms Walton said: "Until about a year ago, she would try to persuade her fellow residents to get involved in keep-fit exercises.
Founding member Margaret Ainsley, a mum of two, gran-of-seven and great-gran-of-eight, said: "We started off as a keep-fit class of about 30 young mums in January 1960, just meeting up on Friday for something to do.
The KFA had organised the sell-out event involving keep-fit groups from across the North East.
KEEP-FIT rugby classes are being offered in Huddersfield, the home of rugby league.
Jean has been running a keep-fit group at Kingswinford since 1984.
Look, all you keep-fit do-gooders, if you want to raise money for charity, just stand outside Tesco shaking a bucket.
A BRITISH woman who underwent revolutionary hip surgery said today she hopes to resume keep-fit classes.
A LOTTERY-funded keep-fit class for Asian women turned two mothers away because they were white.