Recent Examples of fencing from the Web
An east-side business, Amerifence, is donating new fencing for The Dirtyard.
The cost to stay at the campground, which is completely surrounded by electric fencing, is $12 per night.
DHS says the roughly $1.6 billion requested for a wall will cover 74 miles of construction: 32 miles of wall and 28 miles of levee wall in the Rio Grande Valley, and 14 miles of replacement for secondary fencing in San Diego.
And building materials have been stored and stacked outside the construction fencing, the document states.
His blog showed some people opposed the fencing, saying the approach seemed heavy-handed.
Much of it resembles a wide sidewalk separated from River Road by wide grassy area or fencing.
All of the parks will install new fencing and video surveillance systems and have landscaping and irrigation work done.
The reconstruction included revamping the public area near the span, including adding planter boxes with flowers and grasses, decorative lighting, ornamental fencing and polished granite benches around an oval lawn, PennDot said.
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First Known Use of fencing
FENCING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of fencing for English Language Learners
: the art or sport of fighting with swords
: material that is used for making fences
FENCING Defined for Kids
Definition of fencing for Students
: the sport of having a pretended fight with blunted swords
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