eyrie


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  • noun

Synonyms for eyrie

the lofty nest of a bird of prey (such as a hawk or eagle)

any habitation at a high altitude

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The away side took the lead on 49 minutes in their Premier Division contest at the New Eyrie.
Fairytale eyrie The journey ends at the stunning cliff-top settlement of St Cirque La Popie, a beautifully preserved medieval fortress town perched on the top of plunging cliffs, like a fairytale eyrie, commanding far-reaching views of the river winding far below and the valley beyond.
Restaurants participating in A Taste That Matters included Antico Posto, Black Steer Charhouse, Buca di Beppo, Constellation Brands, Drury Lane Oakbrook Terrace, E&J Gallo, Emilio's Tapas, Eyrie Restaurant at Robert Morris University, Glen Prairie, Harry Caray's Italian Steakhouse, Heaven on Seven, Jimmy's Charhouse, Jo Snow Syrups, Meson Sabika, Miss Dottie's Pound Cake, Mon Ami Gabi, RA Sushi Bar, Redstone American Grill, Reel Club, Starfruit Cafe, Steve Buresh's Cheesecake Store, SugarToad at the Hotel Arista, The Capital Grille, The Grotto, The Winery Exchange, Weber Grill and Wildfire.
True, he fills his eyrie with oddities, like the skeleton who pushes a cocktail trolley, but he's very much the considerate gentleman, eager impresario and, soon, doting father.
spotted CHAD KROEGER and the rest of Nickelback at the Hard Day's Night Hotel, in Liverpool read it IN CHRONIC City, the latest from Jonathan Lethem, modern-day New York is under threat from a thick grey fog, an eyrie of eagles and an escaped tiger.
One day in my eyrie writing your column on the computer, the phone rang.
She said the remaining four camps -- Green Eyrie in Harvard, Laurel Wood in Spencer, Bonnie Brae in Otis and Lewis Perkins in South Hadley -- have the capacity for increased use and expansion.
Lassie took over the eyrie when her predecessor, Lady, failed to return from Africa.
Not satisfied with taunting "the Westminster elite" from afar in his eyrie of the Scottish Parliament in Holyrood, he intends bearding them in their den in Westminster.
Replacing a pedestrian bridge on the popular Enchanted Walk at Cradle Mountain; Completing the upgrade of the walking tracks on The Nut, Stanley; Upgrade of toilet facilities at Nelson Falls (Queenstown); Site assessment and planning for a new experience at Heritage Landing (Gordon River); Repairs and maintenance to the Eagles Eyrie public facility (Maydena); Upgrade of toilet facilities at Mathers Beach, Waterhouse (north east Tasmania); Route investigation and planning for a new summit walking track at Ben Lomond; Design and construction of a new viewing platform at Sumac Lookout (Tarkine Loop Road); Cape Bruny Light tower painting and weather proofing and other heritage maintenance works; and Strzelecki walking track upgrades (Flinders Island).
The chicks, all female and about nine weeks old, are expected to leave the eyrie within the next fortnight after weeks of hard work by their attentive parents.
Exiled to his eyrie at full-back Thomas also played splendidly and accounted for all of Moseley's points with six goals and a smart second-half try.
Goals from Mitch Piggon and David Blenkinsopp secured three crucial points for the Greenbacks as they hoisted themselves out of the relegation zone while also completing the double over the Eagles following a 1-0 win at the Eyrie back in September.
Baldy the Eagle was high atop his eyrie on Eagle Island and with his eagle eye he spied an easy dinner to be had--a fish for the taking.
Major vineyards: King Estate, Domaine Drouhin, Hillcrest Vineyard, Bridgeview Vineyards, the Eyrie Vineyards.