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wire netting

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwire nettingˌwire ˈnetting British English, wire mesh American English noun [uncountable]  TBwires that have been woven together to form a net, used especially for fences
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wire nettingWire netting Crumple up wire netting into a ball and push into a container.As soon as they are replaced they are broken again and the church authorities are considering wire netting as a protection.It blows debris into the net and it tightens the net rather like wire netting and decreases its catching power.You can also use a circle of wire netting, shaped like a mound, to cover the top of the container.Joseph's father was reinforcing the posts that held up the wire netting around the tennis court.Openings covered with wire netting revealed a shadowy abyss.
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