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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 14-year-old fencer has been impressing in competitions and has beaten several adults.
As demonstrated by this cluster of MRSA infections among fencers, patients with recurrent MRSA infections might make multiple health-care visits before a wound culture is obtained.
Or a student would lie about his name, leaving Fencer with little alternative but to move on to the next student he found.
Besides trying to touch the opponent, fencers fight for ground, since being forced backward off the end of the strip costs a one-touch penalty.
When most people picture an Olympic fencer, they probably do not imagine a person like me.
Starting work in September 2014, he built and painted the Easy Fencer over the winter, finally unveiling it last May.
Talented teenage fencer Richard Michell (left) practising with his fencing coach | |David Stobbs in the Great Hall at Scarisbrick Hall School and pictured with his bronze medal won at the Lancaster Open, the first he has won in a competition for seniors (inset left)
However, further down the order, there were still valuable ranking points to be won and a number of South Wales fencers boosted their British standings as a result.
Alan Sheriff is one of Great Britain's top wheelchair fencers and has been training at Coventry University's sports science department.
THREE fencers from Solihull School are targeting national success after hitting the mark in regional qualifying competitions.