Chain-link fence


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Chain-link fence

A fence composed of steel wire woven in a diamond pattern, with steel-pipe posts and top rails; typically without any decorative elements.
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Clear your plans with Mom and Dad before you clear a 2' length along a chain-link fence, or a tomato stake if you don't have a fence.
Built along the street and behind a chain-link fence, three of the 20-foot-tall buildings hide the operation from downtown.
Rendered using superimposed source photographs of construction and demolition sites, the protagonists of these hard-edged images are I-beam frame works, chain-link fences, concrete barriers, and caution stripes.
An added benefit was that the chain-link fence helped differentiate between public and private areas.
Each venue brought moments of revelation, some poignant, some humorous: Hades kidnapping the frolicking Persephone through a gap in a chain-link fence; pairs of flirtatious Young Lovers secreted away in the shadows of the garden; eight Little Persephones, about five years old, in their white Communion dresses bounding down the stone embankment; Zeus demanding compromise from Olympian heights (the roof of a nearby building); and Persephone hailing a passing vehicle as she and Hades concluded their joyous nuptials.
A chain-link fence, which had been put up earlier, was broken by the people performing public sex acts in the area despite being repaired by the Oxfordshire County Council.
At first glance it's a garden trellis; on second, it's a chain-link fence. Leisure accessory?
"I'm thinking, man, aw, I should have stayed at football, the coach is going to be mad at me, why did I leave?" Just then a few hundred yards ahead of Justin, a car veered off the road, crashed through a chain-link fence, struck a drainage culvert, and then plunged into a retention pond near the Clearwater-Safety Harbor border.
Only a chain-link fence separates the playground from the contaminated factories.
Set designer Debby Lee Coben dresses the stage first with fragments of Greek columns, then renders a heaven out of cheap disposables: pop bottle leaves on spindly trees, plastic vines and pinwheel flowers adorning a chain-link fence footlighted by gallon-jug lamps.
At the edge of the Carter's backyard runs a chain-link fence. On the other side of that fence stretches empty land.