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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Other sports, Construction
fencingfenc‧ing /ˈfensɪŋ/ noun [uncountable]  1 fencing.jpg DSOthe sport of fighting with a long thin sword2 TBCfences or the pieces of wood, metal etc used to make them
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fencingJudo, karate, dance, fencing, table tennis, carpet bowls and aerobics are all available.The stud farm says it uses security methods such as electric fencing.The cat knew every crumbling brick, every rotting piece of fencing, every dustbin-lined alleyway.Are they aware that the South Park fencing is in urgent need of repair or replacement?The proposed fencing would impinge on a public bridleway which traverses the field.The Government's assurances on ring fencing are welcome but, unfortunately, inadequate.Laid out as a patio garden, with tall fencing all around and various shrubs, plants and an ornamental pond.From behind the wire fencing, a uniformed guard eyes us with binoculars.
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