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  • n. Attributive form of cattle grid


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  • But none of the places I've visited have had cattle-grid competitions on the radio.

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  • The jury was told Palmer 'ignored' the safety barriers and crossed to the Clacton-bound platform but his girlfriend's boot got caught in a wooden-style cattle-grid designed to deter animals and people.

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  • Mr Etherington said a bystander, Jonathan Freer-Smith, 18, rushed to free the trapped mother-of-two from the cattle-grid.

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