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a tower that supports or shelters a bell

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It was cold in the room of the bell tower of the church on that January night and almost as soon as he came into the room Curtis Hartman knew that if he stayed he would be ill.
According to the Central Council of Church Bell Ringers, there are 104 working bell towers in West Yorkshire - several of them in Huddersfield - and 450 across the whole of Yorkshire.
Under the resolution, old structures existing 50 years and above such as bridges, churches, bell towers, houses, furniture and fixtures, habitat for animals, musical instruments, artifacts and workmanship in Negros Oriental with impact on historical, cultural and environmental values will be conserved and preserved.
Pisa even has a couple of smaller bell towers with a lean, nicknamed "the other leaning towers".
Bell towers of Paris; a stroll through the City of Light.
More than 50 bell-ringing enthusiasts will be gathering at some of the largest bell towers in the region in an attempt to ring every combination of the bells without repetition.
But we Catholics have indeed built churches and bell towers in ways that still dominate the villages of Europe and even the urban centers of the United States.
The Reverend Raymond Burr said: "It's been frustrating for our bell ringers but they have had access to other bell towers in the area.
The irregular roofscape of terraces and mesh tents is dominated by a modern version of a campanile, a glazed tower 37m high that enters into a dialogue with Innsbruck's existing bell towers.
The campanile of San Mois and the Ponte degli Scalzi, two of the Daniele Resini photographs from the sumptuously illustrated Venice From The Bell Towers (Merrell, pounds 29.
It's the only one of the 21 California missions to have twin bell towers.
Contract notice: Mafra national palace - rehabilitation works of chimes and bell towers.
Phone companies anxious to expand service without angering communities defensive about their history and architecture are concealing their antennae everywhere from ballparks to bell towers.