watchbox

watchbox

(ˈwɒtʃˌbɒks)
n
(Fortifications) a sentry's shelter
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Although there were other issues she might have pressed (such as why the long silence) and inconsistencies she might have questioned (more on why he tossed a watchbox in a trashcan blocks from his apartment just before it was searched), her overall performance was good.
Joint agents Oliver Liggins ACR and Jones Lang La Salle have let the last unit in Satchwell Court - the extension to Leamington' Spa's successful Royal Priors Shopping Centre - to existing tenant, Watchbox.
With its huge, menacing tower, watchbox, and multiple tiers of battlements (replete with arrow loops and machicolations concentrated over entrances), the building is fiercely defensive in look and capability, and it could as easily -- perhaps more easily -- be called a fortress.
Event Forwarding - Receive real-time alerts, such as the WatchBox alert or a route deviation alert, via cell phone or other device.