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Synonyms for eyry

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

any habitation at a high altitude

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He said: "My first winner was a filly called Eyry at Goodwood the following May and I was riding for the likes of Tim Forster and even Arthur Stephenson, men better known for training chasers than Flat horses.
The previous year, Reid had beaten Pat Eddery to land his first winner for Bewicke, on Eyry, at Goodwood, and won twice more that season.
Hi-Vision Long Life is available to order with all of Hoya's plastic lens materials and designs, including Eyry 1.70, Eynoa 1.67, Eyas 1.60, PNX 1.53 and CR39 1.50 on an Rx basis and available on a stock basis with Nulux Eynoa 1.67 and Hilux Eynoa 1.67.
Bewicke was predominately a jumps trainer, but did well with his Flat horses and one of them, a two-year-old filly named Eyry, gave Reid his first winner at Goodwood in May 1973.
Hoyalux Summit CD in Eyry 1.70 is said to be an ideal lens for shallow fashionable frames, with a short corridor length for fast transition between near and far distances and a wide intermediate corridor for flexible interaction.