Definition of Watchhouses. Meaning of Watchhouses. Synonyms of Watchhouses

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Definition of Watchhouses

Watchhouses
Watchhouse Watch"house`, n.; pl. Watchhouses. 1. A house in which a watch or guard is placed. 2. A place where persons under temporary arrest by the police of a city are kept; a police station; a lockup.
Watchhouse
Watchhouse Watch"house`, n.; pl. Watchhouses. 1. A house in which a watch or guard is placed. 2. A place where persons under temporary arrest by the police of a city are kept; a police station; a lockup.

Meaning of Watchhouses from wikipedia

- Watchhouse (formerly known as Mandolin Orange) is an Americana/folk duo based in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The group was formed in 2009 in Chapel Hill...
- Watchhouse in the Carpathians (Hungarian: Őrház a Kárpátokban) is a 1914 Hungarian silent drama film directed by Alexander Korda and Gyula Zilahy and starring...
- Watchhouse and iron mortsafe in Cadder Parish Church near Glasgow...
- v t e Films by Alexander Korda As director Watchhouse in the Carpathians (1914) The Duped Journalist (1914) Tutyu and Totyo (1914) Lyon Lea (1915) The...
- after 1640. A City committee was asked to look into the question 'what watchhouses are necessary' and where 'for the safety of this cittye' in 1642. Workmen...
- v t e Films by Alexander Korda As director Watchhouse in the Carpathians (1914) The Duped Journalist (1914) Tutyu and Totyo (1914) Lyon Lea (1915) The...
- 1920, around 05:45 when a group of British soldiers raided the Mızıka watchhouse used by Turkish soldiers and police forces Şehzadebaşı, Istanbul and opened...
- McGrath while he was taking McGrath's motorcycle and sidecar to the City Watchhouse. Holeman died an hour and a half later. McGrath was sentenced to death...
- v t e Films by Alexander Korda As director Watchhouse in the Carpathians (1914) The Duped Journalist (1914) Tutyu and Totyo (1914) Lyon Lea (1915) The...
- Kleinhesselohe had been the original northern limit of the park, with a watchhouse and a gate to the northern Hirschau. The park warden there had set up...
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