spiral tower

spiral tower

A spiral staircase in a Gothic tower.
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One could scarcely see the black ribs of wrecked ships, or the spiral towers made by the burrowings of great eels, or the smooth green-sided monsters who came by flickering this way and that.
The unit's spiral tower can be excahanged and replaced by a clean tower (or a tower of a different height).
The site, once the home of council-owned Haddon Tower, was originally earmarked for an Asda supermarket and the 27-storey Spiral Tower containing more than 400 apartments.
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The London developer is proposing a phased development which would see a centrepiece spiral tower in the middle of the land between eight to 28 storeys high erected first.
Highlights of the exhibition include: "Stairway to the Stars," a spiral tower of factices of "FiFi" Award winners over the years; a "Smelling Scenter" where visitors can experience the fragrance of this year's "FiFi" Award winners; and miniature versions of five grand stage sets created by Davie Lerner for the "FiFi" Ceremonies.
These evergreens, which can be box or lonicera nitida, are grown in pots and clipped into shapes, such as balls, cubes and pyramids as well as spiral towers.
Conveniently located in Salem Square, it offers cathedral ceilings, an Italian marble altar and twin spiral towers.
The buffer conveying tracks, which are winding around one or more spiral towers, can be independently controlled.
Two huge spiral towers dominate the lavish building overlooking Loch Ness.
He considers the earliest mosque tower in Egypt to have been the one at the mosque of Ibn Tulun (876-79), emulating the spiral towers at Samarra.