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wall tower
A tower forming an essential part of a defensive wall, especially one having a series of towers to enhance its fortification.
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Why is the wall tower labeled "Trump Tower," and what is ironic about that?
Invitation to Bid: Powergistics locking wall tower laptop charging unit - 12.
Designed by SLCE Architects, the building has a glass and bronze window wall tower and limestone base.
Soundscapes on the town wall at the end of Conwy Quay and in the wall tower at Watson's Bistro will involve visitor interaction.
Retailers can achieve color impact through the use of Regal's Color Wall Tower at the back and/or the sides of the department.
A wall tower officer fires a warning shot that quells the situation.
Designed by SLCE Architects, the glass and bronze window wall tower has a limestone base of Halcyon.
He was the only Roman Catho-lic who could remember Mass being s aid in a Town Wall tower overlooking t he harbour before the building of St Michael'sChurch in Conwy in 1916.
However, the path winds downwards, and the wall retains its original height, so that by the time you are halfway through, the wall towers above your head, and you are overwhelmed by the names of the dead.
He provides a concise account of the when whys and wheres of wall building dispatching the still-enduring myths of a single wall built at a single time or in a single style to block the northern nomads; he tracks the Wall's early presentation in Western cartography and narrative; he presents remarkable William Edgar Geil (1865-1925) the pioneer of Wall exploration and reportage; and by re-photographing seventy-two significant sites he gives us a very timely history of the destruction of many fine Wall towers and structures--all of which he accomplishes in clean prose and unrivaled photos and reproductions.
In the Medieaval Palace, the rooms are shown as they may have appeared in the reign of Edward I (1272-1307) while the Wall Walk lets you see how the wall towers have been used since the 13th century.
He provides a concise account of the when, whys, and wheres of wall building, dispatching the still-enduring myths of a single wall, built at a single time or in a single style to block the northern nomads; he tracks the Wall's early presentation in Western cartography and narrative; he presents remarkable William Edgar Geil (1865-1925), the pioneer of Wall exploration and reportage; and, by re-photographing seventy-two significant sites, he gives us a very timely history of the destruction of many fine Wall towers and structures all of which he accomplishes in clean prose and unrivaled photos and reproductions.