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

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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.
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.
Put wire netting over the tops of pots to prevent squirrels digging up bulbs.
Authorities in the capital, home to more than ten million people, had been bracing for high tides with sand bags and wire netting filled with stones.
If using leaves, prevent them from blowing away by fixing them down with twigs or wire netting.
If this doesn't work, you will have to screen your new plants with wire netting, dug into the soil to a depth of one foot.
Cover the sowings with fine mesh wire netting if you find cats are using the beds as a loo.
The story did include a Firebird and a prince, but the piece created by artistic director Jennifer Weber and the dancers presented an urban scene with framed wire netting and performers competing against each other.
Pride of place on the trail is Watermill's very own iron man - a 6ft tall sculpture made out of wire netting and stuffed with soft drinks cans.
PROTECT the crowns of dormant plants such as agapanthus with a loose covering of straw or dried leaves, held in place with wire netting and pegs.
The solution - and it's hardly rocket science - is for some wire netting or high light-weight structure to be added to the prison wall, making it simply impossible to chuck packages over the wall.
Wire netting has been installed to stop the oyster-catchers running across the roof at Hazlehead Crematorium in Aberdeen during funeral ceremonies.