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What does it mean when you dream about being trapped?

A feeling of being trapped may indicate a job-related problem or a stifling personal relationship. Pregnant woman in their last cycle of pregnancy often have a dream of being entrapped in small places.

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The total number of fruit flies trapped was highest in McPhail traps (319 flies), followed by the clear artisanal traps (253 flies) and lowest in the yellow-bottomed artisanal traps (178 flies; Fig.
Saturation of glue-based traps occurs when the trap's ability to retain insects that enter the trap is reduced by the presence of trapped insects or by the presence of other fouling material, such as scales shed by the trapped insects, dust and plant debris.
Non trapped colonies collect more pollen and rear more brood than trapped colonies (EL-Dakhakhni et al.
if we had trapped more unburned wooded habitats, our samples might have been large enough to show an effect of time of exposure in the field for white-footed deermice.
Given the design of the fish traps, our own observations of trapped fish, and the typical escapement rates reported in the literature, we believe that ghost fishing mortality rates of fish in the murejona traps are high and are caused by predation in the trap or are the result of injuries and starvation.
Furthermore, additional behavioral, ecological or genetic studies can be carried out on the trapped spiders if required.
Trapped air is a root cause of bubbles as well as blisters.
We can trap smaller objects than can be trapped by any other means--all the way down to individual proteins" claims Adam E.
We report progress on an experiment to measure the neutron lifetime using magnetically trapped neutrons.
My father trapped in Missouri before he came to Montana during the Depression to find work," he says.
About seven coyotes have been trapped in Glendale this year.
Thousands of bobcats, otters, beavers and other wild animals are trapped and maimed on refuges each year.