- bird + cage. (Wiktionary)
“I will concede that the image of a cow squeezed into a birdcage is amusing.”
“I didn't realize that the birdcage was a symbol of domestic happiness for Victorians.”
“This became known as the birdcage thesis, and Chen and his allies were intent on keeping the bird in its cage.”
“This became known as the birdcage thesis, and Chen and his allies”
“With my hair sufficiently plastered down it was time for the birdcage aka "party veil".”
“I'm most famous for my birdcage, which is a freestanding aerial rig, ten feet high by eight feet wide, with a hoop inside for my trapeze work.”
“One, for example, is a "birdcage" in the shape of Cuba that clearly expresses the anger Cuban people feel about being caged in by a repressive government.”
“Within what was supposed to be a day or two of the removal of all the officers to a more secure "birdcage" outside the town, those two gentlemen vanished under the floor of their room, through a kind of tiny trap-door that I have often seen, but which was then partly concealed by a bed, and was apparently never noticed by their Boer custodians.”
“The BvS-10 recently entered the Afghan theater of operations as a key vehicle for the British Royal Marines, complete with anti-RPG slat/'birdcage' armor.”
“Since the Referendum Law was promulgated in 2003, it has been dubbed a "birdcage" law by critics who said the thresholds for putting a referendum proposal on the ballot and passing it were excessively high.”
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From the GNU Webster's 1913:
"n. A massive, compact limestone; a variety of calcite, capable of being polished and used for architectural and ornamental purposes. The color varies from white ...
... as in "by James Joyce"
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