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eyrie

, aerie
1. the nest of an eagle or other bird of prey, built in a high inaccessible place
2. the brood of a bird of prey, esp an eagle
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There, from their eyries, while the world heaved and throbbed below, the kings of men sent forth their eagle thoughts to wing their flight through the ages.
A GENEROUS share of woodland, extraordinary hexagonal rooms, vaulted ceilings, old beams, an inglenook and a spectacular domed bedroom eyrie.
Colin Peel, 38, had been spotted taking shots of Bedford Town's Eyrie stadium and officers monitoring the ground thought he was a heroin dealer.
Norton says he imagines they will have to be talk ed down from their eyrie of cosmetic surgery and other trickery,just as someone has to be talk ed down off a high window ledge.
1 RUGBY turned in an admirably spirited display at The Eyrie but again paid heavily for lapses in concentration.
The Moor Green midfielder (pictured) will be an influential figure as they seek to reach the final qualifying round of the FA Cup when they face Nationwide South hosts Bedford at the New Eyrie.
And from our rooftop eyrie we could view the ruins of what was, only a couple of weeks ago, the Moat House hotel and the progress on the neighbouring Chavasse Park development.
My adrenal in was flowing and I couldn't wait to reach the eyrie and see my first clutch of osprey eggs in situ.
The last four games at The Eyrie have been postponed due to waterlogging and that was the case at the weekend when their home clash with Stourbridge was postponed.
Elsewhere, softly spoken Simon King is on Islay with his vampire smile and scoop cap, chasing courting chuffs and magnificent golden eagles and struggling to get shots inside their eyrie.
One of the two Lake District osprey chicks took its first flight from its pine tree eyrie yesterday.
Hednesford had begun the day in fourth but were knocked down to sixth as Bedford Town leapfrogged into third with a 2-1 win at the New Eyrie.