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While the TVHA readily defended the fenceless design of the neighbourhood, it also worked to ensure that residents shared the norm of not entering another's property without permission.
Intended to be a centre for social, educational and sports activities, the school will be mostly fenceless, except for the playgrounds which will be fenced to be separated from other parts of the school to ensure privacy.
They were surrounded by an endless, fenceless detention camp of openness where nothing--not rage, not native contrarity, not even their father's final illness--could ruffle this Euclidean perfection.
And they walk about the fenceless yard almost naked most times.
Greenwich Council gave permission for a fenceless pond and the school were happy with the games provision.
In acknowledging premarital sex as a natural, if messy, reality, they burst open the "packaged environment," and a more complex Scotland emerges as surely as Aunt Josephine's chickens run freely across the fenceless boundaries of her garden (Shepherd 4).
But Whitley Gerhart, Teagan's sister, was playing deep enough on the fenceless field to run it down, sending the game into extra innings.