Kennedy remarked during the afternoon that he felt like a fly walking on wire-netting.
The Coroner had said: "The wire-netting does not extend over the servants' quarters," in a very even voice.
It was Dr. Whittington who made me put the wire-netting over the aquarium.
See—I'll stand on this side of the wire-netting, and you can keep on the other; so you may feel quite safe.
Huge flies, ignorant of larders and wire-netting, and quite in a savage state, buzzed about him without knowing that he was a man.
You make a square of wood, and put four legs to it, and stretch the wire-netting over it and put straw on that.
The gardens offered a very suitable hiding-place close to the wire-netting.
This wall can be plastered, the plaster forming a key with the wire-netting, which holds securely.
A kitten had been trained to the habit of climbing the wire-netting front of its cage whenever I approached.
They found outside the station a trap driven by a small boy, who had come in from Cadford to fetch some wire-netting.