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Traditionally a mew was a building housing hawks when they were moulting, however since the C16th the term has been used for a series of stables grouped around an open yard or alley, often with rooms above. Use only for stables otherwise use FALCONRY.

Related Terms

Term Note
COACHMANS COTTAGE The residence of a coachman.
STABLE A building in which horses are accommodated.

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