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Might there be any other function of the undercroft that is specifically related with the basic function of the Fort--that is enchaining the Golden Horn--is the topic of the next part.
In subjecting and enchaining "the universe," in achieving "universal sovereignty," the Romans subjected and enchained themselves.
Many other examples could be cited showing that the real agenda behind the global-warming scare is about enchaining the planet, not saving it.
While enchaining the mind of the Maiden, with a story full of Romance, it was his intention to wake her animal nature into full action.
Rustico Fillippi, for example, links sonnets into a fixed order by enchaining their rhyme schemes.
Early sketches for the latter passage reveal that Stravinsky created this hexachord by enchaining successions of perfect fourths and fifths.
We would add that in addition to pleasure, craving, and compulsion, the driving force behind complex addiction is an attempt to use the external addictive product as a means of enchaining, altering, or repressing an inner psychological mood.
Emerging from the surreal, hazy backgrounds into the hyper-clear foregrounds of the wasteland settings of Orwell, Heller, and Williams are those empowered within various police states to enforce the totalitarian laws enchaining the masses.
The lithograph hung in Dad's study in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin as American pictorial language, free from enchaining European tradition.
Mehrez faults Memmi for failing to subvert the French language and forms in which he writes, thus remaining "caught in the enchaining colonial relationship".