stockade fence

stockade fence

n.
A high fence composed of contiguous or closely spaced, usually pointed stakes or posts.
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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.
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.
With PYROCAP in my water can I was able to knock down the entire fire which consisted of tires, about twenty beach chairs, stockade fence and other assorted rubbish.
Barbieri said she put a 6-foot stockade fence around her house but the dog lifted the gate handle to escape.
We have a stockade fence and lots of trees around our yard, so it's protected from wandering eyes.
and security lights must have covered tops; the developer must pave sections of River Road within one year of Conservation Commission approval; the state Department of Environmental Protection's Air Quality Plan Approval letter must be incorporated into the permit; the building inspector and Board of Health agent must have access for inspection within two hours of a phone call, or without notice for cause; and the developer must plant 12 crimson king maple trees on the site and enclose the facility with a stockade fence and gated entry.
Williams running from the complex and climbing a 6-foot wooden stockade fence.
McNulty, the health official, said state regulations require such pools to have a stockade fence up to 5 feet or a chain-link fence higher than 5 feet.