Definitions

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  • adjective The area immediately around a fence

Etymologies

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fence +‎ line

Examples

  • We are the area that lies within the City of Tulsa's "fenceline", in North Tulsa County, that has faced the annexation issue.

    Is a city better off without zoning? - BatesLine

  • The Environmental Justice Corps program offers fellowships to students at historically black colleges and universities and trains them in community outreach and environmental justice, and the air sampling program equips "fenceline" residents, or those who live adjacent to industrial sites, with materials for gathering samples to test for air quality.

    New Orleans Saints Central

  • "Council's response was to send someone out unannounced, who left a brochure in the letterbox indicating that council does not 'fenceline' council trees, that council does not majorly prune trees, and that council is not responsible for the debris caused by council trees."

    GREENIE WATCH

  • Oak Ridge †"weapons contamination of" fenceline "residents of the all-black Scarboro community; Margaret L. Jones, Scarboro community resident, Oak Ridge, TN

    Poisoned Communities Put Spotlight on EPA Region 4

  • There were about a dozen tag holders trying to fill their tags and the herd got spooked (duh!) and trapped against the edge of the fenceline.

    Washington Closes Season After Elk Hunt Turns Ugly

  • There were about a dozen tag holders trying to fill their tags and the herd got spooked (duh!) and trapped against the edge of the fenceline.

    Washington Closes Season After Elk Hunt Turns Ugly

  • They love to range & flush, jump shoot creeks, sit on a blind platform or next to a layout blind, hide on a fenceline, crawl with you on a sneak, whatever the job requires.

    Bird Dog

  • My stand was in an oak that stood in a fenceline between 2 pastures.

    Have you got any stories about other hunters doing stupid stuff in the woods? Go to the 1st answer for mine.

  • They love to range & flush, jump shoot creeks, sit on a blind platform or next to a layout blind, hide on a fenceline, crawl with you on a sneak, whatever the job requires.

    Bird Dog

  • I had been watching an small fenceline surrounded by corn fields for about 2 weeks and after gaining permission from the 2 landowners owning the adjacent properties, I set up my stand on the far end by a heavy rub.

    Field & Stream

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