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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.
Finalmente la ultima y amplia terraza, las mas baja del conjunto; aqui el agua llega a la denominada Fontana dei Lumi, por sus setenta pequenos surtidores de agua desde estructuras de base a modo de cazoletas que, en contraste con la piedra oscura, sugieren el efecto de argenteas candelas o lamparas; se situa esta fuente en el centro y eje del conjunto entre las dos palazzine gemelas, un tanto retranqueada respecto a estas, al insertarse en el muro de contencion del nivel anterior, en una suerte de abside dispuesto al efecto con un graderio a modo de pequena cavea que rima con la estructura escalonada de la propia fuente; de hecho, esta es tambien conocida como Fontana della Cavea.
Rowell was once heard to proclaim from the cavea of a Cambridge lecture theatre that it was "the civilizing power of the Roman legions" that had been responsible for the spread of Roman culture in western Europe.
Ast si ferratis captivum dextra catenis vinciat, aut cavea servet violenta retentum, protinus ingenti transfixus corda dolore angitur, et querulis caveam clamoribus implet: nec prius a tanto cessabit bellua fletu, quam notos repetat praerupto carcere lucos.
The location of the theaters was generally determined by local topography, as their builders tried to build the cavea on a natural incline.
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.
Nam cum sit solitus sua valente Hera perpetuum melos movere 5 Et mecum cavea libens iocari Ac parvo digitos fricare rostro, Nuper non caput hinc et inde versat, Non aegram dominam canens salutat, Sed maestus cavea silet, quiescit.
Asimismo, este edificio tendria unas medidas que, a pesar de no haberse documentado su planta de manera completa, se asemejan bastante a multitud de pequenos edificios religiosos del tipo sacellum o aedicula, como podrian ser los casos hispanos del sacellum del Circulo Catolico de Huesca--de 7,8 x 5, 20 m (Asensio, 2003)--, del sacellum de la cavea del Teatro de Bilbilis, --con 11, 5 x 7, 5 m (Martin-Bueno y Saenz, 2004)--, pero sobre todo del de Iuppiter Stator en el Cabezo Gallufo, bahia de Cartagena--de 10, 45 x 5,79 m--, dedicado por un liberto perteneciente a una de las principales familias productoras de plomo de esta region, los Aquinii (Amante et al.
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.