CAGES


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AcronymDefinition
CAGESConfigurable Applications for Graphics Employing Satellites
CAGESCage Aquaculture for Greater Economic Security (UK and Bangladesh)
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At a signal from Dak Kova the doors of two cages were thrown open and a dozen green Martian females were driven to the center of the arena.
Then a figure broke from one of the cages behind them.
The only way they left the troupe and its cages was by dying.
Of all the carrion-feeders it is generally the last which leaves the skeleton of a dead animal, and may often be seen within the ribs of a cow or horse, like a bird in a cage.
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.
Had you been in the earlier years of your life a citizen of the village of Winesburg, Ohio, there would have been for you no mystery in regard to the beast in his cage.
From the north cage one looks up the Neckar gorge; from the west one he looks down it.
To me he was unweariedly kind, and always glad to see me in the galley, which he kept as clean as a new pin, the dishes hanging up burnished and his parrot in a cage in one corner.
He brought it home in a cage, and asked his wife to put it in her room, and take great care of it while he was away.
THE bookcase and the bird- cage were rescued from under the coal-box; but Hunca Munca has got the cradle and some of Lucinda's clothes.
Don Quixote was seated in the cage, with his hands tied and his feet stretched out, leaning against the bars as silent and as patient as if he were a stone statue and not a man of flesh.
But in this instance the trappers had utilized a special steel cage which could withstand all the strength and cunning of a baboon.