Josie walked the Barry fence with
an airy unconcern which seemed to imply that a little thing like that wasn't worth a "dare.
As the child complained of hunger and thirst, she climbed over the fence with
him; and, sitting down behind a large rock which concealed them from the road, she gave him a breakfast out of her little package.
So I cut my way through the reed fence with
my assegai and crept to the hut where Baleka was with some of her half-sisters.
Confirming her earlier observations with small models, Erica found that a fence with thicker boards slowed the wind and trapped more snow than a fence made with thinner boards did.
So, this year, Erica compared her original thick-board fence with some alternative designs.
However, police said later that the activity escalated into flag burning and replacing patriotic signs on the fence with
anti-war slogans, which did qualify as acts of vandalism.
And how they answer her will be their own damn business because today I am a fence with
While fences are a vital component of most physical protection systems, the combination of an appropriate fence with
one or more carefully selected intrusion detection sensors forms a formidable combination of barrier and detection capability.
Today, three of the four jails at the Pitchess complex in Castaic - the North, South and East facilities - are protected by 25-foot chain-link fence with
rounded razor ribbon on the top.