Device used to keep livestock in and outdoorsmen out of prime hunting and fishing ground. For those with permission, this device is often used to snag and tear expensive new chest waders or camouflage clothing.
A boundary barrier. Fence is important for livestock so they won't get out.
A structure serving as an enclosure, barrier or boundary, loosely used to include hedges, banks, ditches or dykes.
a barrier that serves to enclose an area
a barrier, meant to deter and channel traffic
a property enclosure made of pickets, boards, rails, chain-link fabric, or other materials
a structure other than a building or a portion thereof which is a barrier and is used as a boundary, screen, separation, means of privacy, protection or confinement and is constructed of wood, plastic, metal, wire mesh, masonry, or comparable material
a type of barrier
The inside fence is the inside running rail around the race track, while the outside fence is of course, the outside running rail.
A barrier constructed so as to contain or enclose an area as a protective measure.
An enclosure or decorative barrier around a section of land and can be made of a wide variety of materials and designs depending on functional needs or aesthetic considerations. Fences are often used to mark property lines.
Sometimes called "outside rail"; more properly, the barrier between the front of the stands and the racetrack.