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a fence of closely fitted vertical boards with pointed tops.
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The chain link fence also serves as a stop line, whereas a
is seen as more decorative.
He knows that there are no gaps or weak spots in his
-wood is always cheap.
Then several yards behind the ditch and parallel to it, they built a
He asked if the area had been changed to a
The hustle and bustle of everyday life is forgotten once you cross through the
The date the
was erected around the house is also unclear.
There is also an existing
on the property which is proposed to be replaced by a new
Applicant's plans are to replace the prior fence with a six-foot wooden
Defendants complained, protested vigorously and to drive the point home, they erected a
upon the disputed property.
Surrounded by a
, the village bristled with defenses.
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