towerless

towerless

(ˈtaʊələs)
adj
(Architecture) not having a tower
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Likewise, offshore, the BAT's towerless design eliminates the need for large foundations and specialised industrial equipment for installation.
Although present airborne concepts differ greatly in their engineering approaches, they all provide access to higher-altitude winds through towerless structures.
Once, boys in caps, their treasure on strings, would seek to conquer all corners in obscured pews, Screened by ancient un-read hymn books, Warmed by the darkening season's first roaring fires, On Autumn Sunday morns within our towerless church.
And Greg Smith, general manager of the Semiconductor Test Division at Teradyne, described a towerless prober docking solution that could ensure signal accuracy and keep equipment cost down.
It also opted for a towerless mold- and machine-cooling system from Greenbox Systems, which has a U.
The same sight discipline applies on towerless center consoles or bay boats you are working from the deck.
Dill appreciated the towerless Fitchburg Airport because it involved less clearance time to land than his home airport of Hanscom Field in Bedford.
Her essay "The Leaning Tower" (read to the Workers' Educational Association in May 1940) states, "The novel of the classless and towerless world should be a better novel .
At a conference on Ecological Consequences of Artificial Night Lighting in Los Angeles last February, Clemson University ornithologist Sidney Gauthreaux described an unpublished study from the late 1980s comparing migrant behavior near a tower with white strobe lights, a tower with steady red lights, and a towerless control area.
It sits there now, towerless, but still very much alive.