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  • The Americans were taken to a POW compound where there were already some 25 Americans held in a small, fenced-in area, with only a small lean-to in one corner to shield prisoners from the weather.

    TROY TYNDALL

  • Or maybe it's because he's hunting public land and not hawking the latest antler Viagra on a fenced-in "ranch."

    Most Annoying TV Deer Guy

  • Surrounding the small fenced-in field of mounds are sad yards with plastic baby pools, broken lawn furniture, and trash.

    The Memory Palace

  • My brother first ran away from home (rather escaped from the fenced-in yard) with the dog as soon as he learned to walk.

    Home Alone | Her Bad Mother

  • Good sized fenced-in backyard, basement (with a bedroom, which Erik wants), garage, hot tub, 2 bedrooms upstairs, 1 bathroom.

    Weekend Update

  • Inside the fenced-in area there's a mock-up of Fat Man, the plutonium bomb used at Nagasaki.

    James M. Clash: New Mexico's (Atomic) Ground Zero

  • However, Dick Playfair, a spokesman for the group, said deer farms would still be low intensity, with herds being released on to large, fenced-in areas of hillside close to existing farms.

    Scots landowners lobby for deer farms

  • The OSS compound consisted of a fenced-in area with a half-dozen two-story buildings scattered on a dirt parade ground.

    A Covert Affair

  • Before you enter the fenced-in part, there's a tent with Geiger counters.

    James M. Clash: New Mexico's (Atomic) Ground Zero

  • An older house — a split level ranch with three bedrooms, 1 bath, a fully finished basement, attached garage and a large fenced-in yard for the dogs to play in.

    stonetable.org » Oh Canada

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