wire netting


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wire netting

n
(Building) a net made of wire, often galvanized, that is used for fencing, as a light reinforcement, etc

wire′ net′ting


n.
netting made of interwoven wire, coarser than wire gauze.
[1850–55]
Translations

wire netting

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References in classic literature ?
A little later I find you taking an immense interest in our new destroyers, trying, in fact, to induce young Conyers to explain our wire netting system, following him down to Portsmouth and doing your best to discover also the meaning of a new device attached to his destroyer.
ANKARA (CyHAN)- A camp cylinder which was made look like a bomb on wire netting of the Middle East Technical University (ODTE[pounds sterling]) caused concern on Thursday morning.
Six volunteers laid down wire netting on duckboards on a public footpath between Honley and Brockholes which had become unsafe.
On our way to school we used to talk to the prisoners through the wire netting covered fence.
Ready-made cages are sold in sections but you can build your own with a framework of strong wood posts 210 cm high (7ft), the sides permanently covered with wire netting, the top with removable plastic netting not to discourage pollinating insects at blossom time.
Two tenders for the supply of (a) different hardware items & workshops requisites including iron products, steel angles, welding wire, iron channels, steel sheets, wire netting, cutting tools, also (b) cleaning requisites & palm trees leaves.
The racy 24-year-old Umbrella singer strutted her stuff in this bizarre, seethrough jumper, which looked a just like wire netting.
Any wire netting needs a maximum mesh size of 25mm, or young rabbits will squeeze through.
the wire netting is place on positioning dampeners.
The wire netting, funded by ECHO (European Commission for Humanitarian Aid), UAWC (Union of Agricultural Work Committee) and Save the Children UK, was erected on last March with the aim of protecting the crop by defining the borders of the agricultural land belonging to Palestinians and in response to the ongoing and rapid expansion of the nearby Ma'on settlement and Havat Ma'on outpost and, consequently, with the effect to protect the village from Jewish settlers raids.
Protect herbaceous perennials by putting a thick layer of straw or bracken over the crown of the plant, holding it in position with wire netting secured by pegs .
Antonio Lambert, 24, was fined pounds 500 by South Derbyshire magistrates who also ordered him to pay pounds 439, the costs of clearing up the old carpets, wire netting and other rubbish he dumped a few miles from his home in Chaddesden, Derby.