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brought from wildness into a domesticated state

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brought from wildness

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Keddie was outstanding and he said: "Keane is a world-class player and we have tamed the beast.
Much previous discussion of The Tamer Tamed has focused on the play's gender politics, its perceived feminism, and its relationship with Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew.
Eventually, humans started breeding tamed canines that had desired traits, such as loyalty and good hunting abilities.
But once tamed, the horse offers loyalty and companionship.
Written as a plea from John Fletcher to his hero Shakespeare, The Tamer Tamed is a "sequel" penned 20 years after the more famous The Taming Of The Shrew.
girl power is attributed to the Spice Girls, but actually John Fletcher beat them to it around 400 years ago with his play The Tamer Tamed.
Finger-garland himself exclaimed: `There are some who tame with beatings, some with goads and some with whips; but I was tamed by such alone who has no weapon.
4) The hut with the fire in it became one of the most potent myths and symbols of home,(5) it was the place where the elements, even wind and lightning, were tamed and made to serve humanity.
For every kind of beast and bird, of reptile and sea creature, can be tamed and has been tamed by the human species, but no human being can tame the tongue.
The traditional argument would focus on the larger trends in Britain, especially the growth in real income, the expansion of the suffrage, the creation of a whole network of legislation and voluntary initiatives that tamed the working class.
Bestselling author Johanna Lindsey presents The Devil Who Tamed Her, now in audiobook form.
But Alex will be closer to home next week when she arrives in Newcastle with the Royal Shakespeare Company for the production of The Tamer Tamed, John Fletcher's comic sequel to the Shakespeare work.
Now he is appearing in Stratford in the same play and its spin-off The Tamer Tamed.
But the dog is too angry and frightened to be tamed, and when she attacks shelter workers she must be euthanized.
I really feel like what Shakespeare meant was that both Petruchio and Kate are being tamed of their egos, and they're kind of seeing the love in each other.