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The tower has four clock faces, pinnacles at the angles, and a steep slate roof and is 120 feet high.
SHOWELL'S DICTIONARY OF BIRMINGHAMTHOMAS T. HARMAN AND WALTER SHOWELL
At the Flagstaff Tower the 74th and the remainder of the 38th suddenly told their officers that they would obey them no longer.
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The height of the tower from the level of the street is 105 feet, the slated towers over the lateral pediments being smaller.
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John Wilkes released from the tower by the memorable sentence of chief justice Pratt.
In a dungeon of the corresponding tower, on this side of the castle, was the prison of Ripperda.
Beyond the village, on a rise of ground, was the church, its square gray tower crumbling down upon its ancient graves.
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If there is one thing that convinces me that the story of the Tower of Babel is true, it is the names of the towns in Injy.
A fearsome struggle would surge around that tower where the British flag was flying.
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Stradiuarius made a few instruments inlaid with ebony and ivory round the edges.
He said they would be unable to raise the heavy ladder to the tower window; and that was a fact.

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