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Synonyms for Eyre

a shallow salt lake in south central Australia about 35 feet below sea level

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Eyres, 38, has just signed a new one-year contract and is defying his age as he continues to shine for Oldham on the left.
The Eyres are the authors of "Teaching Your Children Values," the first book on parenting to reach No.
Neil Kilkenny drilled a free kick from halfway to Eyres, whose sweet first-time cutback teed up Vernon to sidefoot home.
A delighted John Sheridan, who was taking joint-charge of the Latics with David Eyres, said: "What a start.
Eyres grew up in Wavertree before moving to Cantril Farm, now Stock-bridge Village.
Horace and Me: Life Lessons From an Ancient Poet, Harry Eyres, Farrar, Strauss and Giroux, 234 pages
Ms Eyres said: "It's planting a Keyfund 'bomb' essentially, so in one week we're training new facilitators to sit on Dragons' Den-type panels, when all the young people on projects can come and present their ideas on one day.
Mrs Eyres said, "I already had the inspiration before joining the Agrisg'p group, but they certainly bolstered me and the networking was excellent, because it put me in touch with other like-minded people.
Michael Eyres, who will never walk again, worked for 19 hours after only four hours sleep.
Eyres went the opposite way to score after he had been fouled by Hicks, who completed the game despite picking up a thigh injury.
Stuart Eyres, 23, wanted to find ways of expanding the enterprise to ensure he and his brother Ryan, 20, were not forced away from the Welsh border farm.
Wide man David Eyres delivered the pinpoint cross for substitute Eyre - on for the injured Allan Smart - to nod easily past stranded stopper Bart Griemink.
Isolated ex-Great Britain star Richie Eyres will ask the Rugby Football League to help him return to action.
Burnley always looked threatening on the attack however and, after Eyres had put them ahead, Nogan and defender Swan both had goal-bound efforts well saved by goalkeeper Walker.
The Latics weathered the early storm and Eyres got clear on the left to deliver a threatening cross which, fortunately for Wrexham, eluded the incoming Eyre.