Mews

Indoor accommodation for a hawk, originally for moulting
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Mews

Mews is a primarily British term formerly describing a row of stables, usually with carriage houses below and living quarters above, built around a paved yard or court, or along a street, behind large city houses, such as those of London, during the 17th and 18th centuries. The word may also refer to the lane, alley or back street onto which such ...
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MEWS

Mobile Electronic Warfare System
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mews

[n] - (British) street lined with building that were originally private stables but have been remodeled as dwellings
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Mews

• (n. sing. & pl.) An alley where there are stables; a narrow passage; a confined place.
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mews

noun street lined with building that were originally private stables but have been remodeled as dwellings; `she lives in a Chelsea mews`
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Mews

[falconry] In falconry, a mews is a birdhouse designed to house one or more birds of prey. In falconry there are two types of mews: the freeloft mews and traditional mews. Traditional mews usually consist of partitioned spaces designed to keep tethered birds separated with perches for each bird in the partitioned space. Many birds can be sa...
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Mews

Mews noun sing. & plural [ Prop. plural of mew . See Mew a cage.] An alley where there are stables; a narrow passage; a confined place. [ Eng.] « Mr. Turveydrop's great room . . . was built out into a mews at the back.» Dickens.
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Mews

area in which a hawk is kept.
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Mews

Housing for raptors.
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Mews

Indoor quarters for keeping birds of prey (from the French 'Muer' - to moult).
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Mews

Mews are traditionally rows of former stables converted into residential properties. The ground floor stable area is generally a garage and the living quarters (which would have housed the ostler) are above.
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mews

row of stables and coach houses with living quarters above, built in a paved yard behind large London houses of the 17th and 18th centuries. Today ... [1 related articles]
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Mews

stabling, in an urban context, usually built behind large private houses, with living accommodation over.
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MEWS

The name for hawk/falcon housing.
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Mews

Used to house birds of prey
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