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- n. Plural form of eyecatcher.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
But, whilst these eyecatchers don't exactly pale into insignificance, it was this little building that brought about the squealing of brakes and an abrupt u-turn yesterday afternoon.
We made our way across this to a polished door and into a cluttered oak-paneled room whose chief eyecatchers were endless pictures of horses; some, in oil paintings, hanging thickly on the walls with individual lights on the frames standing on every surface, some on book jacket covers.
Nicky Henderson has decided against sending Riverside Theatre, one of the biggest eyecatchers from the Cheltenham Festival, to Aintree next week and will instead keep the James Nesbitt-owned horse back for Punchestown.
The new frontend featuring additional LED daytime running lights and vertical air outlets on the sides, directly beneath the serial cooling grill are distinct eyecatchers.
It does not contain the eyecatchers that the Ilohacker or the HDD hack looks for
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