Captivity

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Captivity or Captive may refer to:

  • Imprisonment or hostage, the state of being confined to a space from which it is difficult or impossible to escape
  • Captivity (animal), the keeping of either domesticated animals (livestock and pets) or wild animals
  • the Babylonian captivity of Judah, as described in the Bible
  • Captivity narrative a genre of stories about people being captured by "uncivilized" enemies
  • Captive! the eighth novel in World of Adventure series by Gary Paulsen
  • Captive (video game), a 1990 computer role-playing game
  • Captive NTFS, an open-source project
  • Captivity Records, a Chicago, Illinois-based independent record label.
  • Captive portal, a technique that forces an HTTP client on a network to see a special web page
  • Captive insurance companies are insurance companies established with the specific objective of financing risks emanating from their parent group
  • Captive service, a type of business process outsourcing where an organization will use a wholly owned subsidiary instead of a third party vendor
  • Captive (soundtrack), the only solo album to date by The Edge, guitarist of U2

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