The bow of the USS New York was made with 7.5 tons of steel from the world trade center.
“That became part of the folklore of the world trade center,” the cop noted.
She said someone had flown a plane into the world trade center and we hadn't heard anything from Dad.
With my first book, Absolute Power, I was walking through the world trade center, and there was a Borders Books.
The 1993 world trade center bombing was second only to 9/11 as the largest call-out of fire department crews and vehicles.
“As you all know, we had a scaffolding incident here at One world trade center,” he now said.
The men produced an old calendar with a dusty image of the world trade center, probably given to them by a missionary.
Every year I am conscious of the anniversary of my 1974 world trade center walk.
The attack on the world trade center's towers (and on the Pentagon, that breathtaking parenthesis) was a brilliant act of jujitsu.
We responded, weakly, to the failed world trade center bombing in 1993 and moved quickly on.
World Trade Center (WTC) A trademark for various building complexes around the world that house organizations and businesses supporting international commerce. The World Trade Center in lower Manhattan included two tall skyscrapers, the Twin Towers, that were destroyed when terrorist-hijacked planes were crashed into them as part of the September 11 attacks (2001). Reconstruction of new buildings began in 2002.