chicken wire


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chicken wire

A light-weight, galvanized wire netting having a hexagonal mesh.
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We then laid out the chicken wire on a nearby table and transferred the hog over to it.
Line the lid with chicken wire. The 2' wide wire wraps around the exterior and the 4' wire covers the top.
I thread the stakes through a few holes in the chicken wire to hold it in place.
MULCH MARVEL OUR leaf mould heaps provide us with barrows full of the stuff and if we stack the leaves in an open framework made of pig wire (like giant chicken wire), within a year it has broken down and become black and crumbly.
If they're scratching your tree trunks, wrap tree guards or fine chicken wire around the base of them.
The company that made the Wright family fortunes produced not only wire cloth, but chicken wire, window screens, wire rope and cable, and scores of other steel products.
All the buttons are placed on chicken wire. We thought chicken wire was an interesting way to go because it's such an iconographic American material.
Recipes that rely on chemicals to peel wafer-thin layers off graphite, a form of carbon, run the risk of creating chinks in graphene's chicken wire arrangement of atoms.
If you try to fence them out, it would have to be a very strong chain link fence rather than chicken wire and you would have to dig it 2ft down because they can burrow under fences.
In the light of day it looks like someone built a pyramid and then decided to throw an extra large roll of chicken wire over the top.
Researchers at Cornell and Germany's University of Ulm made the discovery after noticing 'muck' on the graphene, a 2D sheet of carbon atoms that were shaped in a chicken wire crystal formation, which they had been studying.
A visit to the local hardware store resulted in additional supply purchases of chicken wire, duct tape and nails, all to add bulk to the armature.