chain link fence


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chain link fence

A fence made of heavy steel wire fabric (usually coated with zinc, or the like) which is interwoven in such a way as to provide a continuous mesh without ties or knots, except at the selvage; the wire fabric is held in place by metal posts.
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Establishing secure perimeters with chain link fences and related systems is highly important for our country's infrastructure, armed forces, federal organizations and other types of government and public buildings in an environment of heightened awareness.
Security grade chain link fence systems, when properly specified and installed can provide proven levels of resistance to various threat levels.
Evers's murder galvanized Mississippi blacks; yet Sol'Sax gives this militant work his most lyrical title: In Flatbush, Some/Flightless Black Finches/Have Evolved Beaks/That Cut Chain Link Fences.