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  • Bertoia's best known for the great woven-wire chairs he designed in the 1950s, but maybe his later work as a sculptor is worth revisiting.

    Gopnik's Daily Pic: Bertoia at the National Gallery

  • Made of tightly woven-wire fabric to withstand tremendous bursting pressure, the suits were coated with synthetic rubber both inside and out to make them absolutely airtight.

    Golden State

  • He'd died last night, getting stuck trying to crawl under that damn woven-wire fence.

    grouse Diary Entry

  • Occasionally, bracelet my wife gave me, odd woven-wire serpentine deal.

    Male Jewelry « Whatever

  • A high woven-wire fence stretched between metal poles wound its way through the trees.

    The Trouble with Witches

  • Seems a deer fawn ran into the woven-wire (hate woven-wire) fence around the course, and now can't get up.

    grouse Diary Entry

  • And the domestic sheep, which led to the ranchers 'demand for the woven-wire in the first place, are gone.

    grouse Diary Entry

  • So, these 18 miles of woven-wire fences have been a problem.

    grouse Diary Entry

  • Prophetically, thirty or forty antelope were standing there, moving along the damn woven-wire as we passed.

    grouse Diary Entry

  • So this evening, the sisters and I headed out to look at the fences, and map exactly where the woven-wire ends, and where the more benevolent four-wire fences begin.

    grouse Diary Entry

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