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rattle someone's cage

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to confine within a limited area

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an enclosure made or wire or metal bars in which birds or animals can be kept

something that restricts freedom as a cage restricts movement

United States composer of avant-garde music (1912-1992)

the net that is the goal in ice hockey

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a movable screen placed behind home base to catch balls during batting practice

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confine in a cage

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A number of characters vary at too low a level to be useful (are highly homoplastic at tribal level), for instance pollen grain size and shape, number of infractectum layers and their thicknesses, extent and depth of cavea, spine shape and internal structure, number and size of abporal, interporal, paraporal and poral lacunae, and internal endexine surface.
32) One setting that he mentions is particularly comparable to our theater - "plays presented even in your own house where a kind of umbrella [umbraculis] covered the open space of the cavea.
Roy, o who was the last owner of the original Cavea rn, went onto to look after doors and run nightclubs, dance halls, restaurants and country clubs.
If you've ever fancied listening to the rock music of ancient cavea -dwed llers, then Rupert Till is your man.
Trench 12C was on the upper levels of the cavea, the underground cells where wild animals were confined before entering combat on stage, and indicates that there were significant buildings constructed on the top of Fabrika hill after the theatre was no longer in use for performance.
Majorca for pounds 68pp: Make your way to Cas Concos this October half-term for a week at the four-bedroom farmhouse Finca Sa Cavea and save pounds 180 when eight share.
The caver became caught in a crevice in Pollprughlish Cavea in Co Fermanagh, close to the Marble Arch Caves outside Enniskillen.