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.
As previously mentioned, however, placing a sensor on a chain-link fence requires additional tensioning of the fence to reduce movement caused by wind and other elements.
At first glance it's a garden trellis; on second, it's a chain-link fence.
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.
Tenders are invited for Work includes eplacement of existing chain-link fence, replacement of all existing chain link fencing around the school property, replacement of existing chain-link fence located across the back of the school blacktop area behind playground and basketball courts with 6~ and 4~ tall black chain link fencingreplacement of existing chain-link fence located across the back of the school blacktop area behind playground and basketball courts with 10~, 6~ and 4~ tall black chain link fencing.
The razor wire-topped chain-link fence that snakes behind it all features pink triangles; conjured here is the arbitrarily cruel and potentially lethal world the gay child grows up in, if never quite out of.