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- v. place in a place where something cannot be removed or someone cannot escape
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Invalids are too much shut away from the golden unrest, the busy quiet of nature.
Women will be forced to take the male hormones or be shut away in FEMA camps until they start becoming part of the whole oversexualizing and duping of society.
Mother Saint Francis was shut away in her room, because she and the Mother Superior (calm among her daughters, as behoved the head of the house) were the only members of the Community who knew that Mary Maslin was safe at Hiversand Bay, and while Mrs. Bradley knew that nobody would suspect that the benignity of the Reverend Mother Superior hid anything but an anxiety that was natural and general to everybody, she had not the same faith in the dramatic abilities of the volatile Mother Francis.