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The sculpture is a giant birdcage made from copper, wood and resin that holds a human figure facing away from an open door.
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).
Trump’s messy birdcage of a mind careers from one random thought to the next.
Come summer, the taboo-busting Elsa would insert her head into a birdcage, complete with live canary.
Some rooms include a Christmas tree, mannequins in full state of dress and some, not so much, a birdcage full of vintage baby dolls and art of animals in clothes — admittedly one of my weaknesses, too.
One shows a doll locked in a birdcage, holding a flickering candle.
Lint Bear is swept from his warm and fluffy home, and Lint Boy ventures forth bravely to find him, into a Gothic mini-dungeon of vintage birdcages.
Exhausted from waking up and not knowing what fresh hell this new president and his birdcage of a mind have cooked up overnight.
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