monocle

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mon·o·cle

(mon'ŏ-kĕl),
A lens used for one eye, usually in the correction of presbyopia.

monocle

A single ophthalmic lens, with or without a frame, which is worn by holding it between the brow and the cheek.
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Darren Wiliams, who rode Monacle, was taken to hospital for X-rays on a wrist.
Maguire completed his double on Monacle, who continued the fine form of Newmarket trainer John Berry with his two jumpers.
Monacle is a Cheveley Park-bred full brother to Luca Cumani's Group 1 winner Endless Hall.
The Luca Cumani-trained Endless Hall had beaten Beat All in the 10-furlong Scottish Classic on his latest start but Monacle was winning over two miles for the first time.
CARLISLE: 2.10 Mrs Pertemps, 3.40 Triple Wood, 4.10 Twilight World, 4.40 Alexandrine, 5.10 Monacle.
WARWICK: 1.50 Lunar Leo, 2.25 Ertlon, 3.00 Sirinndi, 3.35 Tee Cee, 4.05 Broughtons Mill, 4.40 Ejtithaab, 5.10 Woodland River, 5.40 Monacle.
At the time Stickels, nicknamed `Calamity Jane' in some quarters, blamed "a slip of the pen" for promoting sixth-placed Statajack to fourth rather than fifth-past-the-post Fourdaned following the disqualification of `winner' Monacle. She was subsequently ordered by the Jockey Club to undergo retraining.