clock tower

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Noun1.clock tower - a tower with a large clock visible high up on an outside faceclock tower - a tower with a large clock visible high up on an outside face
tower - a structure taller than its diameter; can stand alone or be attached to a larger building
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Pic: Dave Cox They were supported at the show by Wolverhampton band The Clocktower. The rock'n'roll band formed in 2009 and have released singles such as Skip It Up Fandango and Kiss Ya Glass.
5 to 11:30 p.m.: Carnival, family activities, Clocktower Plaza
The new PoP is located at the Clocktower Estate, South Gyle Cresent, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH12 9LB.
It has raised USD 10M in seed funding from investors including Wicklow Capital, Jump Capital, Digital Currency Group, Sierra Ventures, Clocktower Technology Ventures, Thirdstream Partners and Alan Howard of Brevan Howard.
The Stirling Smith was built in his time as Provost, so his name is affixed to the building.The Christie ClockTower was built in Allan Park in his memory.
1 Start in the courtyard by the Clocktower and take the gate in the right-hand corner.
FROM the Clocktower in the courtyard of Wallington House, Northumberland, take the gate in the right-hand corner.
The Big Ben bell in the iconic clocktower at the British parliament in London chimed again yesterday in a Christmas respite from long-term repairs.
There's scaffolding covering much of the Palace of Westminster, including the Big Ben clocktower.
Construction company Sir Robert McAlpine is to refurbish the famous clocktower, officially called the Elizabeth Tower (strictly speaking, Big Ben is the nickname of one of the bells inside).
Joynson, 34, who gave his address as Clocktower Apartments at Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland, had been convicted of four fraud charges.