While most people below the crash zones of the towers lived, all but four people at or above the impact zones died.
But it was hard to see because the towers were so high, just looming over us.
But also in The Two towers, we had the scene where he was jumping on a horse.
He had been dreaming of making this walk since he had read about plans to construct the towers when he was 17.
Giuseppe Zanotti's Amber boot, for example, towers eight inches high with a six-inch heel and two-inch platform.
We will sack these towers, without the loss of so invaluable a life.
Round about the compound in a great triangle there are three Temple towers.
Let us try the floor above, and the towers; for of a surety they have not come this way.
The stars were out, and the moon had just risen behind the towers of Westminster.
Seizing ten towers, of which all the guards were killed, they opened a gate, and the Christian host rushed in.
Old English torr, from Latin turris "high structure" (cf. Old French tor, 11c.; Spanish, Italian torre "tower"), possibly from a pre-Indo-European Mediterranean language. Also borrowed separately 13c. as tour, from Old French tur. The modern spelling first recorded in 1520s. Meaning "lofty pile or mass" is recorded from mid-14c.
c.1400; see tower (n.). Related: Towered; towering.
of Babel (Gen. 11:4), Edar (Gen. 35:21), Penuel (Judg. 8:9, 17), Shechem (9:46), David (Cant. 4:4), Lebanon (7:4), Syene (Ezek. 29:10), Hananeel (Zech. 14:10), Siloam (Luke 13:4). There were several towers in Jerusalem (2 Chr. 26:9; Ps. 48:12). They were erected for various purposes, as watch-towers in vineyard (Isa. 5:2; Matt. 21:33) and towers for defence.