turris

turris

A tower of a fortification, placed at intervals in the walls of an ancient city or any other fortified enclosure.
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Rocco Grimaldi, Ryan Johansen and Kyle Turris scored for Nashville.
The pele tower went by the name of Turris de Schilbotel and is believed to be one of the oldest pele towers in Northumberland.
Grafton, R.Q., Arnason, R., Bjorndal, T., Campbell, D., Campbell, H.F., Clark, C.W., Connor, R., Dupont, D.P., Hannesson, R., Hilborn, R., Kirkley, J.E., Kompas, T., Lane, D.E., Munro, G.R., Pascoe, S., Squires, D., Steinshamn, S.J., Turris, B.R.
The exhibition is organised by the LTDH regional chapter, in partnership with the Regional Committee for Culture, the Cultural Association "Turris" and the Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Network, in association with Kebili Civil Prison.
The last mention of the title Anticus at the beginning of Heraclius' reign is probably connected with the collapse of the Scythian limes (the last section of the entire limes of the Lower Danube) and the dissolution of the hegemony of the western Antes, centered likely around the ancient city of Turris. However, the same cannot be said for the Eastern Antes, as the Penkovka culture continued to survive for about a century.
Jason De Turris recently left traditional creative shop CP+B to become chief strategy officer at Phenomenon, a Los Angeles digital shop founded on the idea that the old agency model is broken, explaining, "When the rebels become the establishment, it's time for new rebels."
Viper has supplied CWLP since the mine began operations in 1982 as Turris Coal Co.
The Galata Tower -- called Christea Turris by the Genoese -- is a medieval stone tower in the Galata/KarakE[micro]y quarter of ystanbul, just to the north of the Golden Horn's junction with the Bosporus.
 Second Period -- 3, Ott, Karlsson 1 (Turris, Stone), 14:29 (pp).