Definitions for "Fences"
Fences is a play published in 1985 by noted African-American playwright August Wilson. The play, set in the 1950's, is the sixth in Wilson's ten-part Pittsburgh Cycle. Like all of the Pittsburgh plays, Fences explores the evolving African-American experience and examines race relations, among other themes.
Decorative perimeter structures built to give a horse something to chew on, scratch against and jump over (see inbreeding).
In typesetting, bracketing tokens like parentheses, braces, and brackets, which usually appear in matched pairs.
Small fins placed on struts or foils to prevent ventilation air from migrating down a strut or along a foil. The fences are attached to the strut or foil so as to be parallel to the direction of the fluid flow.
Keywords:  stations, filling, gas, walls, see
see also Walls Filling Stations: see Gas Stations