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Towers was a Canadian discount retail chain, which actually contained smaller shops within the large store. Towers also operated a similar discount chain, known as Bonimart. Towers was owned by the Oshawa Group and in 1990, 51 stores were purchased by Zellers, which itself was purchased by the Hudson's Bay Company between 1978 and 1980.


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Tower of London -- Britain's Crown Jewels, British Historical and Travel Destination Site (430 words)
To e-mail the creators of the Tower of London Virtual Tour, or any of our contributors please click to Creators and Contributors page where we are all listed.
Just as the real Tower of London was added to and enhanced over time, so has this tour, and we expect to continue to do so in the future.
The Tower of London Virtual Tour is not officially connected with the Tower of London in London England, and is not connected with the British Government in any way.
Joan Tower (962 words)
Tower has added "conductor" to her list of accomplishments, with engagements at the American Symphony, the Hudson Valley Philharmonic, the Scotia Festival Orchestra, the Anchorage Symphony, Kalisto Chamber Orchestra and another eight of the Made in America orchestras, among others.
Tower's 2003-04 season featured two significant world premieres: DNA, a percussion quintet commissioned for Frank Epstein and his New England Conservatory Percussion Ensemble; and her third string quartet, Incandescent, for the Emerson String Quartet, performed at the opening of the new Frank Gehry-designed Richard B. Fisher Center at Bard College.
Tower's 1990 Grawemeyer Award-winning Silver Ladders was written during her 1985-88 St. Louis Symphony residency, and was subsequently choreographed in 1998 by Helgi Tomasson and the San Francisco Ballet.
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