- n a cage in which a bird can be kept
- The window is brief, as a tropical sundown can seem as swift as a blanket thrown over a birdcage, but the ibis do not disappoint.
- His birdcage, for instance, has a clear plastic front and back and a light, and a wavy perch that, he insists, prevents bird carpal-tunnel syndrome.
- Our democracy is being locked in a birdcage.
- Francis Veber in Sydney Morning Herald
Very few of my remakes have been satisfying,Veber says. "Except perhaps The Birdcage [the 1996 remake of La Cage Aux Folles]. That was very well done, but Mike Nichols is a great director, and Elaine May is a very good writer. When Billy...
- Nick Mason in CARkeys
In an interview with Italian television station RAI, Mason said that "it's a real honour to drive this amazing concept car which draws inspiration from a golden era for Maserati. The original Birdcage, the Tipo 61, was a perfectly balanced car, so...
- Malcolm Turnbull in The Australian
Asked on Sydney radio this morning if the US bailout could actually make money if debts were bought up at "bottom of the birdcage rates", Mr Turnbull said: "Absolutely."