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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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Instead of fencing off Baghdad, Iraqi authorities plan to secure the capital by reorganizing checkpoints and sealing gaps in the security perimeter while also easing transit in and out of the city, according to al-Abadi's statement.
But developers who won a High Court ruling have suffered thousands of pounds damage at Clayton Fields since fencing off the site for potential development.
Bulgaria's National Company "Railway Infrastructure" (NKZI) is considering fencing off the railway line in the Sofia Roma-populated quarter "Fakulteta" in order to protect the trains from the immense amounts of trash there.
WELSH language campaigners have taken time out from the useful task of saving S4C to moan about a handful of English-only warning signs round temporary roadworks fencing off a collapsed sewer in Llansannan, Conwy.