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“Field tests have now started in a fenced-off, guarded plot on the edge of the campus.”
“At Duarte Square police in riot gear have just moved in and arrested at least a dozen protesters who had scaled a fenced-off area and sought to occupy it.”
“S., in a part of Beacon Hill laid out suburb-style, with countless cul-de-sacs and streets that end in fenced-off lots:”
“Russia's messy post-Soviet privatization had turned the city's premier green space into a warren of fenced-off fiefdoms—grubby kiosks, rickety amusement-park rides and shady businesses with a rowdy clientele.”
“Potsdam's commoners will be permitted to watch from a fenced-off zone behind the press.”
“Anjum Naveed/Associated Press Army trucks were parked inside the fenced-off compound Monday.”
“There are still tents and pavilions and fenced-off areas, but there are hardly any people to be seen, and certainly no media.”
“Uphill past the blocks of flats that make this one of the most densely populated areas in Europe until you come to a fenced-off square.”
“People gather to watch from the gymnasium and from inside the shabby fenced-off soccer field.”
“The orange waste of copper tailings remains bare, but ivied trees crowd beside adits and encircle the fenced-off shafts.”
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