sally port


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sally port

[′sal·ē ‚pȯrt]
(ordnance)
Large gate or passage in a fortified place.

sally port

A gate, secret door, or underground passageway in a medieval castle provided for troops going forth on a sortie.
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The excavated remains within Segedunum Roman Fort at Wallsend The Sally Port or Wall Knoll Tower, Newcastle Searchlight emplacements at Blyth Battery, Northumberland Twizel Bridge, which played an important part in the build-up the Battle of Flodden, 1513 Bamburgh Castle viewed from the village.
People in custody arriving by bus and van enter through a separate sally port at ground level before being moved to the holding area.
An array of photovoltaics was added to the Sally Port Roof to generate power to be used on site.
A now-former officer, Charles Caruso, lost his job after authorities learned that he had thrown a handcuffed, drunken-driving suspect onto the concrete floor inside the jail's sally port and then punched him repeatedly on the night of Sept.
The property was built in 2011 to the specific needs of ICE and includes crash-barrier-grade perimeter fencing, a guardhouse, holding cells, a fenced sally port, and a forensics lab.
The Trophee d'Armes statue above the sally port at Fort Jay features an eagle holding in its talons a shield with the sun face emblazoned on it.
Fire Chief Matthew Belsito said the one-car garage and sally port were a total loss.
The old sally port, where guards once brought prisoners from paddy wagons to their cells, is being converted into the entrance to a new restaurant, Scampo, which is Italian for aescapea.
A cell area and a sally port were additions constructed at the time of purchase.
She said: "We are within the walls, only a few yards away at Sally Port.
Also featured are a medical holding, a hybrid satellite control, and a drive-through sally port.
The 10-minute film also included a visit to "Old Fort Mackinac" (spelled out with rocks on the hill leading up the south sally port), its arctic white walls contrasting with the azure sky.