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  • It was an open lawn area bordered by a chain-link fence, with dingy picnic tables and a view of train tracks in the distance.

    My Fair Wedding

  • I stopped to watch them, lacing my fingers through the cold chain-link fence.

    Miles to Go

  • They occupied about half a cage, which in this facility was a space about the size of a New York City hotel room, bounded by chain-link fence.

    In the Plex

  • A sleepy guard waved us in, and we entered a large darkened space with “cages” of servers surrounded by chain-link fences.

    In the Plex

  • Some part of this structure had been made into shotgun-style living quarters that ran front to back along the side of the garage, beginning at a nondescript door on the side of the building, behind yet another chain-link fence.

    The Sins of Brother Curtis

  • Dead cars filled the property, their entrails strewn between a tall wooden fence that hid the yard from the street and a chain-link version that marked the end of the property in back.

    The Sins of Brother Curtis

  • High chain-link fences almost entirely surround them.

    Bloodlust

  • In February 2011, a six foot high chain-link fence was erected between St. Louis Displaced and the five other camps.

    Mark Schuller: Rainy Season Exposes Precariousness of Haiti's Homeless Camps

  • The chain-link fence is a constant reminder to the IDPs on the other side of the inequalities in aid distribution.

    Mark Schuller: Rainy Season Exposes Precariousness of Haiti's Homeless Camps

  • Up ahead a short gravel walkway leads to a whitewashed wooden ramp, then I discern a small moss-covered house camouflaged by fir trees and confined within an old chain-link fence.

    Dakota

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