wa'ter tow"er

1. a vertical pipe or tower into which water is pumped to a height sufficient to maintain a desired pressure for firefighting, distribution to customers, etc.
2. a fire-extinguishing apparatus for throwing a stream of water on the upper parts of a tall burning building.

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