from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a fence consisting of posts with strained horizontal wires, wire netting, or other wirework, between.
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The predawn glimmer gave enough light for Kurtz to see Andrew running heft-bent-for-leather toward the wire fence along the east side of the lot.
Think of a double line of wire fence three thousand miles long; yes, longer than that, for the Southern Pacific goes right on to Portland, Oregon, nearly eight hundred miles north and to Ogden, nearly
Terry and Perry Johnson headed straight to the wood-and-chicken wire fence that enclosed the backyard of their home, which was located on the poverty-stricken Eastside.
Hurdling the wire fence in two hard pulls to flip himself over the top of it, Azrael entered the building through a broken window, shoulder lowered.
Blinking back tears, Chandris turned and trudged back to the wire fence and the gate with the faded sign Hova's Skyarcher above it.