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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For an instant silence reigned in the great amphitheatre, then a wild shout arose from the cages of the doomed.
Kantos Kan and I were confined together in one of the cages.
think you that 'tis for birds of this feather that we cause to be made cages at three hundred and sixty-seven livres, eight sous, three deniers apiece?
Fastened by chains to the mainmast were a number of grisly staghounds, who now began leaping and barking at me, and by the mizzen a huge puma was cramped in a little iron cage far too small even to give it turning room.
Without disturbing the fiber cord, which was adjusted to drop the door at the proper time, he loosened the living bait, tucked it under an arm and stepped out of the cage.
When her husband next went away for one day, she told on slave to turn under the bird's cage a hand-mill; another to throw water down from above the cage, and a third to take a mirror and turn it in front of its eyes, from left to right by the light of a candle.
There he soon died; and it is strange to reflect that he may have regretted his Cage upon Ben Alder.
It would he well for you, mine friend, if you was a liddle seasick," said Hans Breitmann, pausing by the cage.
Then thought he to himself, 'It will be a very droll thing to bring away such a fine bird in this shabby cage'; so he opened the door and took hold of it and put it into the golden cage.
He did it through the bars, with one swipe, when I was startin' to clean his cage.
No matter how terribly he was beaten, he had always another growl; and when Beauty Smith gave up and withdrew, the defiant growl followed after him, or White Fang sprang at the bars of the cage bellowing his hatred.
And now it is all over--your chain is broken--there is no cage.