The word fence is a noun. Fence means (1) a barrier that serves to enclose an area, (2) a dealer in stolen property.
Fence is also a verb that means (1) have an argument about something, (2) surround with a wall in order to fortify, (3) fight with fencing swords, (4) enclose with a fence, (5) receive stolen goods.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word fence.
Founded in October, 1962 as the International Fence Industry Association, this "fencers" organization has become the largest professional organization that represents the fence, deck, and railing industry, with members throughout the USA and in Canada. With access to industry-specific education and training, AFA members have opportunities to grow their businesses and network with their peers at annual events like FENCETECH.
This vinyl fence directory lists vinyl fencing suppliers that are located throughout the United States. The photograph on this page shows a white vinyl fence at the edge of a lawn.
Visit this fences manufacturer directory for information about fence manufacturers in the United States of America. The photograph on this page depicts a front yard garden fence.
Browse this dog kennel directory for information about kennels in the United States of America. The photo on this page shows a Finnish Spitz dog in a kennel, with a blurred chain-link fence in the background.
The following articles provide recent fence-related news.
Once reviled, the chain-link fence surrounding Lafayette Square and the White House is now seen as a bulletin board of art and artifacts dedicated to George Floyd and hope.
Mark Leibovich. New York Times. Wednesday, 10 Jun 2020 23:18:45 +0000.