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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Sonorous and startling came the stroke of 9 from the clock tower.
The clock tower boomed a brazen blast above his drooping head.
In Belfast, two local actors have re-imagined the zip line scene, with a comic twist, at the clock tower in the Gasworks area of the city centre.
Initially the council refused consultation and in May councillors said that the clock tower had no real value and could not be kept.
Now, with the seven-month tower elevator modernization project complete, all residents and visitors have access to the stunning views of Santa Barbara that the historic clock tower provides.
The buildings to the right of the clock tower were part of the former Girls' High School.
The Digital Clock Tower is the first of its kind in North America.
Clock Tower was built in 1900 to commemorate the diamond jubilee of the Empress of India; the tower is named after Sir George Cunningham, former British governor and political agent.
The designs of these clock towers have been worked out and the renowned architects of the country have evolved these designs.
Perhaps it's a reproduction of the Worcester State Hospital Clock Tower built in 1877 and torn down by the state last year.
A large number of visitors of different nationalities will be allowed to visit the tower to get a close look at the interior of the Clock Tower," an official told Arab News .
The Makkah Clock Tower, the second tallest tower in the world, is to open for tourists after Haj 2014, according to officials.