fence line


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Noun1.fence line - a boundary line created by a fencefence line - a boundary line created by a fence  
fence, fencing - a barrier that serves to enclose an area
border, borderline, boundary line, delimitation, mete - a line that indicates a boundary
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He lit his outer jacket on fire outside the North Fence Line, according to the US Secret Service.
An H-brace is the support system in your fence line. They are located at corners, gates, direction changes, in the middle of long stretches of fence line, and at points of elevation change.
It's easy to let an awkward, often barren side yard between your home and fence line go by the wayside.
Still, Naper Settlement's Hometown Picnic celebration on Sunday was a welcome change from the hustle and bustle going on just outside the living-history museum's fence line in downtown Naperville.
As a result, they will walk along brushy fence lines whenever the fence line leads roughly in the direction the buck wants to go.
RSPCA inspector Jenny Anderton said: "The snare had been set on a fence line without the permission of the landowner.
The Secret Service said in a statement that the "white male suffered a self-inflicted gun-shot wound to the head outside the North White House fence line." It added that the "subject is deceased." It indicated that "the subject approached the vicinity of the North White House fence line and removed a concealed handgun and fired several rounds, none of which appear at this time to have been directed towards the White House.
Follow fence line to public car park then return to beech avenue.
The CPP required regulated entities to take actions "outside the fence line." Traditionally, EPA Section 111 rules were based on measures that could be applied to, for, and at a particular facility, also referred to as "inside the fence line" measures.
Clad in orange overalls, they were linemen, running communication cable high above the fence line along all the neighbouring properties.
6 Continue along the coastal path, past a beautiful bay called The Wherry, and towards the fence line.
We use them to keep weeds out of the garden; we put them along our fence line so weeds don't grow up around the fence; and we cut them into pieces and use them as mulch to keep weeds away from our baby bushes and trees.