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an observation tower for a lookout to watch over prisoners or watch for fires or enemies

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Although it was still under construction, the fortified position offered a wide view of the frontier with Syria, and the watchtower is already staffed with personnel monitoring the border.
The soldier in the watchtower radioed his colleagues after he saw Iman: "It's a little girl.
Along with helping to establish Towers of Excellence, Watchtower Security also donates their services and eguipment to various nonprofit organizations across the country.
NetherRealm also revealed in the Watchtower livestream that the Red Hood will be playable worldwide starting on Tuesday, June 13.
The La Union provincial engineering office propped the leaning watchtower with piles (concrete columns used in building bridges) and covered its perimeter with gabion mattress.
Wall, Watchtower, and Pencil Stub: Writing During World War II" presents the war in its entirety, with all its force, suspense, and drama.
The Northstar Centre's photography group will show off their work at the Watchtower Gallery in Berwick at a free event running until Friday, November 14.
The third in the series documents a single watchtower of the North Warning System (NWS), a joint U.
PLANS to replace a watchtower which plays a vital role in saving lives have been handed a cash boost.
The Watchtower, first published in 1966, is a psychological novel of class and power set in Sydney in the 1940s.
IT is encouraging to learn that the heritage of the Watchtower at Watchtower Bay in Barry is to be finally preserved and has been sold at auction.
Um Riham, 27, and her two young daughters currently reside in a three-story watchtower in the Beersaree area.
Lajee Center is located in the camp that is near the Israeli military watchtower and the Israeli Apartheid wall that passes besides the city.
Theories for its origins include a watchtower used by Owain Gwynedd circa 1157, or a windmill, but the most probable explanation is that it was a beacon for watching out for pirates in the 17th century
Johnnie Tait and David Dunn are packing their tools as they fly out to Stalag luft prisoner of war camp in Zagan to reconstruct the watchtower.