Pylon

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Littau - Points of Interests
... The world's tallest pylon of prefabricated concrete ( pylon 301 of powerline Innertkirchen - Littau - Mettlen) ... The pylon, built in 1990 has a height of 59.5 meters (195 ft) ... Pylon 301 ...
Pylon - Other
... Pylons project, an set of open source web application frameworks written in Python Pylon Peak, a mountain in southwestern British Columbia, Canada Pylon turn, a flight maneuver ...
Polytechnic University Of The Philippines College Of Cooperatives And Social Development - Insignia and Other Representations - University Symbols
... Other symbols that represents PUP are the Pylon, the Obelisk, the Mural, and The Transformation, which are collectively known as "University Symbols" ... The Pylon is a triad pillars of marble erected at the main entrance of the Mabini Campus ... The Pylon originally stood for the true, the good and the beautiful ...
Temple Of Dakka
... sanctuary as well as inner and outer enclosure walls with a large pylon ... A large dromos leads to the pylon, which formed the entrance to the temple ... Each of the pylon's towers is decorated in high relief and bears numerous graffiti from visitors, mostly in Greek but some in Demotic and Meroitic script ...
Curtis Crowe
... Curtis Crowe is the drummer for the Athens, Georgia rock band Pylon ... Pylon played several parties and caught the attention of the B-52's who helped them obtain a booking in New York which was the major goal of the band at the time ... for the Gang of Four on their first two United States tour dates, Pylon was able to keep returning to play dates in the northeastern United States and began to record for DB Records in ...

Famous quotes containing the word pylon:

    I wish I could write well enough to write about aircraft. Faulkner did it very well in Pylon but you cannot do something someone else has done though you might have done it if they hadn’t.
    Ernest Hemingway (1899–1961)