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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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The land on Greenwood Road, which belongs to Stockton Council, is leased to Billingham Rugby Club, which fenced off the area at the end of April.
Mum-of-two Chris-tine Waring, of Rother- ham Road, Holbrooks, said: "Much of the site is not fenced off, which means children can get on there very easily.
New signs will be posted that the area is closed within the next few weeks but the entire are is not fenced off.
A survey in 1994 found a section of the bridge, which crosses the River Leam at the bottom of the Parade by the Pump Rooms was weak and has been fenced off since.
John Quigley remains seated in ``Old Glory'' after his support team was removed from the area Thursday and the road fenced off in an effort to coax him down.
The west end of Victory Boulevard has been fenced off since 1996 because of vandalism problems then and the council has voted to keep it closed at 18-month intervals, Zine said.
I continued along the trail to what is, to my knowledge, one of the few specimens of Southern California beachfront meadowland not subdivided and fenced off.
Details remain to be worked out, but city officials said the dog park portion would likely cover about two acres that would be fenced off from the rest of the park.
Part of the blacktop area will be fenced off during the building work.
I've heard that there will be violence, that the police are in special training to handle the marchers (that's me), that the entire area around the Staples Center has been fenced off, that terrorists are coming in by the busload, and that anyone who marches could be hit with pepper spray or tear gas and wind up in jail.
The state had the area be fenced off and warning signs were posted.
The coastal town is seeing a sea-change resulting from a massive influx of investment and workers from China, with large sections of Ochheuteal Beach cleared of vendors and fenced off for a massive development project headed by tycoon Kith Meng of Royal Group and an unnamed Chinese partner.