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  • Kazunori Hataguchi Rossana Orlandi Since transforming an abandoned Milan factory into her eponymous Spazio Rossana Orlandi showroom and gallery rossanaorlandi.com in 2002, Ms. Orlandi has become a tastemaker and a champion of contemporary design, selling everything from no-nonsense aluminum cupboards to whimsical chicken-wire giraffe sculptures.

    Rossana Orlandi, La Donna di Mobili

  • It's small and tidy, with a stone hearth and a cupboard whose chicken-wire door reveals sparkling stemware on the shelves.

    Tom Sietsema on Bluegrass Tavern: New Baltimore eatery celebrates 'bites'

  • I raised a pen full of pheasants a few years ago, both for the sake of my own enjoyment and to field train my bird dog. it was completely encased in chicken-wire fencing, and anchored to the ground with those steel fenceposts.

    On Oregon Ranchers and Wolves

  • Then she saw the Maya Lin-like chicken-wire sculpture and began to get the joke.

    In Las Vegas, Art Imitates Art

  • I have one for a pet; actually, I pull him out of his natural habitat and stick him in a chicken-wire cage.

    Late, Late at Night

  • The only chickens left are the nine layers, so I reorient the chicken-wire line to run east-west across the garden.

    MY EMPIRE OF DIRT

  • Buttoning it up quite deliberately, she circles her chin around the room, at the dangling lightbulb, the cracked window over its flimsy chicken-wire mesh, the broken linoleum squares on the floor.

    Healer

  • Roald described his paternal grandfather Olaus as a “prosperous merchant who owned a store in Sarpsborg and traded in just about everything from cheese to chicken-wire.”

    Storyteller

  • To swim a group of penguins, several volunteers would enter their holding pen and using lengths of chicken-wire fencing about six feet long and three feet high, they would herd a portion of the birds out of the enclosure, down the cement walkway, and into the waiting pool.

    The Great Penguin Rescue

  • Cement walkways connected the pools and holding pens, which were delineated by aluminum chicken-wire fencing and gates.

    The Great Penguin Rescue

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