He had his room in dot house-not a cage
, but a room-mit a bed and sheets, and he would go to bed and get up in der morning and smoke his cigar und eat his dinner mit Bertran, und walk mit him hand-in-hand, which.
From every cage
that harboured red men a thunderous shout went up in answer to his exhortation.
There have been used in this cage
," continued the other, "two hundred and twenty great bolts of iron, of nine feet, and of eight, the rest of medium length, with the rowels, caps and counterbands appertaining to the said bolts; weighing, the said iron in all, three thousand, seven hundred and thirty-five pounds; beside eight great squares of iron, serving to attach the said cage
in place with clamps and nails weighing in all two hundred and eighteen pounds, not reckoning the iron of the trellises for the windows of the chamber wherein the cage
hath been placed, the bars of iron for the door of the cage
and other things.
A moment later a limp form crumpled to the floor of the cage
The only way they left the troupe and its cages
was by dying.
He was regarded as the most fearful of wild beasts, and this was borne in to him through the bars of the cage
And now it is all over--your chain is broken--there is no cage
How cruel it was of me to put those poor little owls into a cage
even for one night
screamed the lady of the house, covering the cage
with an embroidered white pocket handkerchief.
They were building a cage
in the trail and covering it with leafy branches.
His business in life, whereby he lived, was to appear in a cage
of performing leopards before vast audiences, and to thrill those audiences by certain exhibitions of nerve for which his employers rewarded him on a scale commensurate with the thrills he produced.
For example: you put a hungry animal, say a cat, in a cage
which has a door that can be opened by lifting a latch; outside the cage
you put food.
Quite at the top, and just before the rocky face of the cliff sprang above the foliage, we found that strange house which was known in the country as "Cluny's Cage
You let the cage
alone, and let me wring its neck will you?
Around it the Warhoons had piled building stone from some of the ruined edifices of the ancient city to prevent the animals and the captives from escaping into the audience, and at each end had been constructed cages
to hold them until their turns came to meet some horrible death upon the arena.