Try to train your pet to sleep in a crate (dogs) or another room (cats).
This crate was charged with a contrary significance, as a beginning rather than a closure.
It does have a competitive following on Pinterest (comparable to Wal-Mart and crate & Barrel) which is important for retailers.
But I have news for House Republicans that may help them more than years of psychotherapy or a crate of Paxil: You may still win.
If those consumers get their hands on some money, they'll move upmarket to crate and Barrel and Banana Republic.
The contents of each box, crate, and sack tell the familiar story once again.
At first she had insisted he take the crate out to his workshop.
As Brad carefully swung open the door, he lifted out the crate.
When they had given up, I boomed orders at them through a speaker in the crate.
But they will have to live in the crate overnight, as nothing can be done about housing them now.
"large box," 1680s, earlier "hurdle, grillwork" (late 14c.), from Latin cratis "wickerwork, lattice, kitchen-rack," or from Dutch krat "basket;" both perhaps from a common PIE root *kert- "to turn, entwine" (see hurdle (n.)).
"to put in a crate," 1871, from crate (n.). Related: Crated; crating.
To arrest and jail: We crate Major and they'll go. But they won't leave him there (1990s+)