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  • Rayon Richards for The Wall Street Journal The round kitchen has a fence-post ceiling, stone flooring, a fireplace and curved cabinets and countertops.

    Converted Barns Make an Estate

  • In two months of preaching with sacks of fence-post concrete at his feet, Mr. Haggard, who is 54 years old, has built a congregation of nearly 200 people.

    Humbled Haggard Climbs Back in Pulpit

  • Great Regulars: Her thoughts are like a growing vine that wraps around him as a Morning Glory vine might grow up around and encircle a tree or fence-post.

    Archive 2010-02-01

  • They are virtually silent, never fly far, do little dramatic, but flick from bush-top to fence-post and on across a landscape, dipping now and then to pick up insects or spiders.

    Country diary: Claxton, Norfolk

  • He knew what it was - rusty barbed wire and the old wooden fence-post it was attached to.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • As Steve erected a fence at our Brigalow Belt conservation property, a big fence-post driver he was using slipped and landed directly on his head, compressing the fifth disk in his neck.

    Steve and Me

  • Igor Palyashkin wrenched at a long bone sticking up like a fence-post and I verily believe he would have clubbed the old fellow over the skull with it if he could have got it loose.

    A Christmas Story, by Sarban « raincoaster

  • You would have to warn your guests, for example, about that hidden fence-post hole; if you did, they could avoid stepping in it and be safe.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • “Go on, get away,” he said, chucking a stone at the nearest fence-post.

    The Good House

  • Another bird complained, and when Rick looked up, he noticed a raven perched on each fence-post, all three of them regarding him with a convincing imitation of intelligence.

    The Good House

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