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a wooden rail split lengthwise from a log and commonly used in rustic rail and post fencing.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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There it might be good idea to put up a
fence to clearly delineate border.
The article in one section used the term:
Tent sites have
fences and large pine trees for added privacy.
or dry-stack stone may be used for decorative fences.
The rot resistant wood of white cedar was used for
fencing and poles for supporting hop vines.
fencing is more attractive but is double the cost of vinyl coat fencing.
For example, the rails in a
fence may be removed, and the pickets in a picket fence may be able to be broken easily.
No structures or vehicles behind the wood
fence to delineate vehicular and pedestrian traffic will replace cabling on site.
There is a high creek bank one side with a
fence in the trees.
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