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SUSPENSION BRIDGE
CONWY CASTLE
TIFFANY TOWERS
SOLAR POWER TOWERS
MAIN TWIN TOWERS
GREAT TOWERS
SQUARE TOWERS
TELEVISION TOWERS
PEEL TOWERS
SKYBRIDGE
CLOCK TOWERS
LARGE TOWERS
MASTS
MARTELLO TOWERS
SETTLEMENT TOWERS
SEVERAL TOWERS
MALORY TOWERS SERIES
MAIN TOWERS
CHARTERS TOWERS
LARGE GATEHOUSES
SOLAR TOWERS
GUARD TOWERS
HIGH SORCERY
TALLEST TWIN TOWERS
TALLEST TWIN BUILDINGS
FIVE TOWERS
OBSERVATION TOWERS
TALL TOWERS
FOUR TOWERS
DEADLY TOWERS
HIGHEST PEAK
SIEGE TOWER
SIEGE TOWERS
GATE TOWERS
OFFICE TOWERS
ROUND TOWERS
THREE TOWERS
PETRONAS TOWERS
SEARS TOWER
PETRONAS TWIN TOWERS
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Definitions

  1. Towers are generally built to take advantage of their height and can stand alone or as part of a larger structure. (Web site)
  2. The towers were located on the river Spaarne, on each side, and historically they were defending the city from possible attackers over the water.
  3. These towers are the most visible parts of the palace to commoners outside the walls, and much folklore is attached to them.
  4. Both towers were destroyed in a terrorist attack on September 11, 2001.
  5. The towers were spotted just before Katrina intensified to a Category 5 hurricane.

Suspension Bridge

  1. While it is possible to build a suspension bridge with one central tower, they are usually built with a pair of towers. (Web site)

Conwy Castle

  1. Conwy Castle has eight massive crenellated towers, its shape largely dictated by its rock-bound foundations.

Tiffany Towers

  1. At the height of her popularity, Tiffany Towers retreated to her native Canada where she still periodically housedances at the Brass Rail in Toronto. (Web site)

Solar Power Towers

  1. Solar power towers operate by focusing a field of thousands of mirrors onto a receiver located at the top of a centrally located tower.

Main Twin Towers

  1. Ultimately the complex came to consist of 7 buildings, but its most notable features were the main twin towers.

Great Towers

  1. The building is a member of the World Federation of Great Towers.
  2. The eight great towers and connecting walls are all intact, forming a rectangle as opposed to the concentric layouts of Edward's other castles in Wales. (Web site)

Square Towers

  1. The Bishop's Palace, the old "Rocca" ("Castle"), is a massive construction with two square towers and one rounded one. (Web site)

Television Towers

  1. There are dozens of other radio masts and television towers over 2,000ft (610 m) in height.

Peel Towers

  1. There are ruins of castelets or peel towers at Dalden, Ludworth and Langley Dale.

Skybridge

  1. The towers feature a skybridge (constructed by Kukdong Engineering & Construction) between the two towers on 41st and 42nd floors.
  2. The towers feature a skybridge between the two towers on 41st and 42nd floors, which is the highest 2-story bridge in the world. (Web site)

Clock Towers

  1. His 25th year of accession was overall celebrated with building of clock towers in ottoman cities.
  2. There's a lot more to Berne than it's clock towers, shopping arcades, bear pits and houses of parliament.
  3. The most important monuments include the Art Gallery, Historical Museum of Dupnitsa, clock towers, and most churches in the city.

Large Towers

  1. The Citadel is protected by a high wall and large towers, and it is surrounded by a wide, deep moat, part of which was blocked in modern times.

Masts

  1. Scout pioneering - tree houses - rafts - camp gadgets - masts & towers - catapults - misc.

Martello Towers

  1. A few Martello towers were surrounded by a moat for extra defence. (Web site)
  2. There are castles at Bodiam, Herstmonceux, Lewes and Pevensey; and defence works such as the Martello towers and Eastbourne Redoubt.

Settlement Towers

  1. The first large-scale constructions were built, including settlement towers and walls (e.g., Jericho) and ceremonial sites (e.g., Stonehenge). (Web site)

Several Towers

  1. The lower St James buildings that frame the tower could be demolished to make way for several towers.

Malory Towers Series

  1. The characters tend to be stereotypes and are very similar to the set of characters in the Malory Towers series which Blyton also wrote.

Main Towers

  1. With its two main towers and impressive facade, Skien church dominates the town. (Web site)

Charters Towers

  1. Charters Towers is a city in northern Queensland, Australia.

Large Gatehouses

  1. By the end of the middle ages, Maastricht had an impressive set of walls with many towers and large gatehouses. (Web site)

Solar Towers

  1. There are three solar telescopes, two of which are now used for astronomical research, also known as solar towers due to their construction. (Web site)

Guard Towers

  1. Several buildings and structures survive or have been reconstructed, including guard towers, the camp entrance, crematory ovens and the camp barracks. (Web site)

High Sorcery

  1. With the construction of the Towers of High Sorcery, people from all over Krynn were able to learn the secrets of spellcrafting. (Web site)
  2. This sourcebook contains details of the Towers of High Sorcery. (Web site)

Tallest Twin Towers

  1. If completed, it will stand as the tallest twin towers in the world, surpassing the Petronas Twin Towers. (Web site)

Tallest Twin Buildings

  1. However, the towers are still the tallest twin buildings and office building in the world. (Web site)

Five Towers

  1. The crown mural has five towers, which means that Arecibo received the title of city. (Web site)

Observation Towers

  1. Furthermore, additional signalling and observation towers were frequently built outside the city, and were sometimes fortified in a castle-like fashion. (Web site)
  2. For information about the CN Tower and other very tall structures, see: TV, Radio & Observation Towers.

Tall Towers

  1. Living in Austin, TX, we've seen the construction of many tall towers in our ever-growing downtown district. (Web site)

Four Towers

  1. In the Four Corners of Apadana, facing outwards, four towers were built. (Web site)

Deadly Towers

  1. The sea is also against you on your quest as they put deadly towers, castles, ice bergs and whirlpools in your path.

Highest Peak

  1. The highest peak in Connacht, Mweelrea ('The Bald King') towers over the water which is now used for mussel-farming on rafts. (Web site)

Siege Tower

  1. You can then use a siege tower and put your ground archers in their towers and use ballistas to kill the remaining soldiers in the keep. (Web site)
  2. Belfry - A siege tower (now used of bell towers because of an invalid assumption that the word had something to do with bells). (Web site)

Siege Towers

  1. Philip ordered the building of some siege towers, and otherwise took general control of the effort, but nothing else was done. (Web site)

Gate Towers

  1. The outer city gate had only their barbicans outside of the gate towers during the Ming dynasty.

Office Towers

  1. Recently, construction began on The Centaurus, a multi-purpose complex in the Blue Area which will include residential and office towers, and a luxury hotel.

Round Towers

  1. Bolingbroke Castle is a prime example of 13th century castle design complete with a large gatehouse, round towers and a moat.
  2. In medieval Ireland, round towers served as landmarks, bell towers, storehouses and places of refuge in times of attack.

Three Towers

  1. Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth Between 1503 and 1522 the city was surrounded with walls that had nine gates and three towers.
  2. The original plans called for one of the three towers to be merely 7-storeys tall, but eventually all three were built to the same height. (Web site)
  3. The three towers are often pyramidal in shape, just as is the case of the pylons of Egyptian temples or the gopuras of their Dravidian counterparts. (Web site)

Petronas Towers

  1. Excluding the spire, the Petronas Towers are not taller than Willis Tower. (Web site)
  2. If a building does have a spire, such as the Petronas Towers, then its official height is its spire height. (Web site)
  3. The Petronas Towers remain the tallest twin buildings in the world.

Sears Tower

  1. Excluding the spire, the Petronas Towers are not taller than the Sears Tower.

Petronas Twin Towers

  1. With a height of 452 metres (1,483 feet) and 88 floors, the Petronas Twin Towers, are in the second and third position. (Web site)
  2. The tower is being constructed by a South Korean company, Samsung Engineering & Construction, which also built the Petronas Twin Towers and the Taipei 101. (Web site)
  3. The Petronas Twin Towers remain the tallest twin buildings in the world.

September 11

  1. Both of its twin towers will be totally destroyed by a terrorist attack using two hijacked passenger airplanes on September 11, 2001. (Web site)

September

  1. The final designs for Towers Two, Three and Four were unveiled on September 7, 2006.
  2. October 5, 2007 The WWE and Flair last met on September 20 at Titan Towers where Flair brought his attornies, which Vince McMahon did not like. (Web site)

Whether

  1. Whether for work or for play, the Sheraton Dammam Hotel & Towers has everything you need for a great stay.
  2. Whether you are staying for a few days or for the long term, lease a room from The Mansions at Azabu Towers and give your family a home in Tokyo.

Traffic

  1. Towers have been established to provide for a safe, orderly and expeditious flow of traffic on and in the vicinity of an airport.
  2. Further savings can come from the nighttime closure of airport towers with a low volume of traffic.

Flag

  1. As the name of each was announced, a flag was hoisted on one of the towers and the song of that Jamboree sung.
  2. You can see two of the three towers (as seen on the flag of San Marino) by purchasing the "Red Card" for €4.50.

Tradition

  1. Unique in their style, the towers of the mosques soar high, upholding a tradition of justice and equality. (Web site)

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