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The killer fenceless track of Pakistan Railways runs through the densely populated areas of the megacity and kills dozens of Karachiites every year.
Bootes truck takes a sharp turn into the predominantly Latino section of town, with large Victorian cottages, fenceless yards, and mature trees.
Fenceless in Bend, my only retrieve-something-from-a-neighbor moment came at the Beef 'n Brew restaurant, when our 3-year-old son dropped one of his Nike shoes over the high-backed booth and onto a guy's plate of surf and turf.
Fenceless paddocks employing "real time" GPS systems to guide animal behavior pose an exciting opportunity.
Thanks to the City of London Corporation, who acquired the rights from the Crown with the Act, this ancient forest is still here, fenceless. 'There has been some form of woodland here since the last ice age,' says Alicia Evans, writer of the Peoples' Forest Discovering Britain walk through Epping Forest.
Except for one yard, I took the fenceless cut-throughs because I didn't want to risk disrupting lullabies with the shower-sound chain links make under the vaulting weight of my 115-pound frame.
In reality it was the Winner Group Handicap over a fenceless mile and a quarter, but that did not stop Bridgwater ending up in the number-one spot with his winning hurdler and chaser Tempuran.
What was once a cattle and sheep farm almost entirely denuded of game is now a largely fenceless wilderness teeming with herds of plains game and mountains covered with the once-threatened antelope and zebra, the primary quarry for this hunt.
The paper on the invisible fence for biobots, "Towards Fenceless Boundaries for Solar Powered Insect Biobots," was presented Aug.
One morning last month, a 7-foot-tall bull camel roamed free in a fenceless pasture, uttering the occasional chewbacca-like call.
RE: "Outcry over 'open' fenceless design at kids' playground" (Telegraph, April 26).