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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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By fencing off the site and making a pleasant garden, we will help to cut down on the problem.
David Darling, chairman of software company Codemasters, is in talks with Ashorne and Moreton Morrell Cricket Club in Warwickshire after he angered members by fencing off the top third of the field in order to provide a paddock for his horses.
The Park Service will begin fencing off sections of the site this August as a last resort to repair it from excessive use.