Watchtowers sentence example

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  • The issue of removing watchtowers and restricting helicopter flights is a clear sop to the IRA of South Armagh.
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  • It twists and turns along mountains, past crumbling watchtowers and through villages and farms, alive with activity.
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  • As long as 6,000 years ago Chaldean Priests used watchtowers to make maps of the sky.
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  • watchtowers known as turrets were built every 1/3 Roman mile.
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  • Perhaps the most obvious is the chain of Genoese watchtowers and impregnable fortified cities dotted along the coastline.
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  • These arrests were in connection with the violent attacks upon the army watchtowers in the South Armagh area in December.
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  • County Down Grand Orange Lodge at its Meeting on Saturday condemned the removal of two security watchtowers in South Armagh.
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  • With fourteen watchtowers, steep steps and a high point at 700 meters, this section provides a tough trek with incredible panoramic views.
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  • Between the milecastles two watchtowers known as turrets were built every 1/3 Roman mile.
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