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fence

an outdoor partition made of timber, wire or other material effective in keeping animals apart.

introductory fence
one that will keep animals apart but which is pervious enough, e.g. made of wire netting, that there is plenty of opportunity for visual, olfactory and licking contact of new introductions before actually co-mingling them.
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With this written statement, no one can say the European Parliament position is anything other than what the statement says, that the fenced off part of Famagusta should be returned to its lawful inhabitants," he said.
The gate has now been padlocked and the area fenced off.
While it provides wonderful views of the city and harbor, the area has been fenced off for all but the Fourth of July, when the brambles are mowed and residents are charged $15 each to bring lawn chairs and watch the fireworks.
He fenced off 7 1/2 acres for a horse boarding and breeding facility, and built a 20-stall barn and paddocks.
Again Andrews' examples are instructive: "[c]ommedia dell'arte, carefully fenced off from approved culture .
Fellow cattleman Fred Mallery, who runs 114 head of black angus in the Clarks Creek area, adds, "We've fenced off these allotments, eliminated season-long grazing, and we're never on a creek more than 30 days .
When he and his colleagues fenced off sections of the Chihuahuan Desert in 1977, excluding certain rat species from small plots of shrubland in southeastern Arizona, they had but a single goal: assessing the rats' ability to compete with native ants for the area's supply of large plant seeds.
The monument is now fenced off and includes a sign indicating the plot of land is now private property.
I want new signs up, a total blitz on that whole area and the lake fenced off.
IN recent years the Co-op field has been built on and the residual plot fenced off; Kirby field was built on with no green area left; large parts of Acklam Hall were fenced off; open land on Church Lane is being built on and the playing field on Tollesby Road leased out and fenced off.
The action group is locked in a dispute with Clayton Fields land owners Paddico 267 Ltd who fenced off the site to the public two weeks ago.
But when we checked the deeds we found that some land we fenced off over 20 years ago was not included in our property.