stockade fence

stockade fence

n.
A high fence composed of contiguous or closely spaced, usually pointed stakes or posts.
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Tenders are invited for remove and install 425 lf of 6ft high stockade fence and posts.
It is a standard stockade fence installed with the good side facing the neighbors.
The proposal would be on the site of the now-demolished Conwy Butterly Jungle near Bodlondeb Woods, close to Conwy's historic town centre, although concerns have been raised about the height of a three metre stockade fence.
We used old stockade fence panels for walls and one inside for a loft.
The advantage of a wooden stockade fence is dogs can't see through it and won't be temped to jump over the fence to get to other dogs or people on the other side.
One named "Watergate" was made with a stockade fence atop blocks of foam.
A wooden stockade fence encloses this area for the dog to romp in and even if we can hear the traffic, we don't have to see it.
We began with an ordinary wooden stockade fence that ran along our school parking lot and playground, agreeing that it needed some color.
But the British possessed cannon and an 11-foot stockade fence to hide behind--and also harbored realistic hopes of reinforcements from friendly Indians.
After they painted the stockade fence in their back yard, Smedlund decided it was time to move her collection outdoors and mount them.
Instead of digging up William Sessions' celebrated stockade fence, let's fence in the F.
high barrier curbs and guard rail to insure the safety of adjacent property owners and was screened from their view by an eight-ft high commercial grade stockade fence constructed on village property and maintained by village forces.