Clinton fence
 n.— «Just after the morgue-like Border Patrol HQ, the road turns to dirt and the four of us—three Minutemen and I—bounce along in their SUV for a few minutes, due south. Then, abruptly, looms the border, represented here at Campo by the 10-foot solid steel ” Clinton Fence,” so named because it was erected during his administration. A quarter-mile or so east, it changes to what’s called the “Reagan Fence”—just some crossed pipe a few feet high topped by a steel rail. The Clinton Fence, though, appears a formidable barrier.» —“‘Mad Max’ keeps border vigil” by Frank Mickadeit Orange County Register (California) May 4, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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