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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of encage.

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Examples

  • Sadia Rai, a ‘dogmatic painterÂ’ displayed a canvas, mostly painted in black, and on the focal point where a female figure, painted in vivid red paint was shown encaged in a white ice-like cube.

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  • They ran, tottering like elderly little men on walkers, their legs stiff from a life encaged.

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  • Although we tend to imagine the Renaissance humanists to be encaged in a closed universe, awaiting the liberating flights of Columbus and Copernicus, Federico da Montefeltro's rise from military captain (with questionable birthright) to duke offers an example of the capacity, through shrewd diplomacy, to seduce fortuna and intervene in one's own fate.

    Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federico da Montefeltro

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  • They do not know they have encaged their own masculine beauty, their own passionate soul.

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  • People in Gaza were at the end of their rope 18 months before, when their most basic needs were cut off and they were encaged, left to waste away and fight amongst themselves.

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  • And all year long, theObama DOJ fought (unsuccessfully) to keep encaged at Guantanamo a man whom Bush officials had tortured while knowing he was innocent.

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  • Sadia Rai, a ‘dogmatic painterÂ’ displayed a canvas, mostly painted in black, and on the focal point where a female figure, painted in vivid red paint was shown encaged in a white ice-like cube.

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  • But by the Almighty I will not depart hence till I fill her cleft with molten lead and jail her with the jailing of a bird encaged, then bind her with her own hair and crucify her over the gate of Constantinople.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • An Iraqi citizen throws his shoes at an American President who -- all based on false pretenses -- invaded, occupied and obliterated his country; set up prisons where his fellow citizens were encaged without trials and subjected to brutal treatment; slaughtered hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians and displaced millions more.

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