chicken wire

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chicken wire

A light-weight, galvanized wire netting having a hexagonal mesh.
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This correspondence between warm, dry, idiophonic percussion and the movements of reanimated skeletons is initiated in "The Bight" by the early juxtaposition of "ribs" and "marimba music." Bishop then pursues this correspondence with a succession of hard, velar consonants--"ocher," "work," "dock," "claves," "pickaxes," "black," "jackstraw," "hooks," "chickenwire," "shark," "Click.
"Maybe I should ask for some chickenwire to be put up in front of the booth so no-one wandering in from the Bigg Market can throw anything at me!"
One innovative urban gardener I once knew had a lush and plentiful garden growing on a "tower" fashioned from chickenwire and cardboard.
The bespoke kitchen, with cute chickenwire grilles on its cupboard doors, came from John Lewis of Hungerford.
Probably the easiest solution is to use chickenwire cut to size and stapled down firmly at intervals over the surface.
Once the sculptor had completed the maquettes, he repeated the process on the full-scale model, applying more than a ton of clay to a frame made of chickenwire.
The items will be split into five lots - from two chickenwire sculptures to the sofas on which Melanie and Thomas lingered.