Usually a tall, free-standing building organized with dwellings clustered about a central lobby and vertical access core.
Vertical unit composed of various materials used in the center of the department to highlight product.
An upright PC in a tall casing, which usually sits on the floor. Towers usually provide a lot of room for future expansion.
anything tall and thin approximating the shape of a column or tower; "the test tube held a column of white powder"; "a tower of dust rose above the horizon"; "a thin pillar of smoke betrayed their campsite"
a tall, free standing object
Case designed to sit upright on the floor.
The name of the wafer holders used in vertical furnaces.
(Short for towering cumulus), a cloud element showing appreciable upward vertical development.
A tall pier or frame supporting the cable of a suspension bridge.
Tall buildings that were circular or semicircular and that might have had more than one story. Archaeologists aren't sure how towers were used.
n. A microcomputer system in which the cabinet for the central processing unit (CPU) is tall, narrow, and deep rather than short, wide, and deep. The motherboard is usually vertical, and the disk drives are often perpendicular to the motherboard. A tower cabinet is at least 24 inches tall. See also cabinet, microcomputer, motherboard. Compare minitower.