On one page the word 'cage' appears three times repeated and afterwards he decides to encage
Furthermore, drones effectively supply yet another dimension to the concrete barriers, walls and fences that encage
Palestinians in Gaza and that isolate them from the rest of the world.
Hopefully, the process has been initiated early' enough this time around to avoid any Lapses in duty relief, hut if it appears that might not be the case then INDA will encage
its members to put pressure on Congressional lawmakers.
So there we were: the fuel light alert, the needle collapsed at the end of its register, and a short life's worth of panicky thinking about fuel and cars and the perils of wooing while driving, combining in my mind as we elevated to the bridge's full height and its central illuminated M--shaped arch began to encage
The clathrates that feed Enceladus's plumes could encage
the numerous other gases that make up about 10 percent of the plume.
We never imagined that any people could do this to other human beings," she says, "to encage
and entomb others.
McMichael could never let those lines lie on the page, unanalyzed, unexplained; he has to leash the madness, encage
Fair cousin, thy page is small to encage
the thoughts which engage the mind of a sage Such as I am; 'Twere in teaspoon to take the whole Genevese lake, or a lap-dog to make the white Elephant sacred in Siam.
Although he acknowledges our capacity for agency, he not only believes, as I do, that agency occurs within a social context; he also wants, as I do not, to encage
agency in established conventions to which he implicitly ascribes a natural existence and an authoritative role.