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This birdcage metaphor, invented by feminist philosopher Marilyn Frye, explains the nature of sexist oppression.
The unusual birdcage chandelier is the centerpiece of the kitchen.
But perched in what looks like a giant birdcage at Oregon State University is a steel cylinder nearly 20 feet tall, thick as a redwood, bristling with gauges and wrapped in a tangle of wires.
Designed as an elaborate birdcage, the all-white theme means your photo will be bright AF, no flash needed.
Trump’s messy birdcage of a mind careers from one random thought to the next.
Among the trendier spots that specialize in craft cocktails, try Perch, a rooftop bar decked out in birdcages in the City Centre (42 Franklin St., theperchbelfast.com).
The sculpture is a giant birdcage made from copper, wood and resin that holds a human figure facing away from an open door.
Come summer, the taboo-busting Elsa would insert her head into a birdcage, complete with live canary.
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Definition of birdcage for English Language Learners
: a cage for birds
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