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A fence is a structure to restrict or prevent movement. It may also refer to:
- Fence (criminal), dealer in the purchase and sale of stolen property
- Fence (finance), a combination of financial instruments that is used to protect an investor against adverse price movements
- Fence (woodworking), portion of a tool used as a guide
- Fence lizard (disambiguation), two species of spiny lizard
- Air Force Space Surveillance System, radar system for tracking spacecraft, commonly known as "The Fence"
- Fence instruction, a computer operation for enforcing sequel memory operations
- Fences (software), desktop utility for Windows computers by Stardock
- Fencing (computing), mechanism in computer clusters
- Fence (mathematics), partially ordered set formed by an alternating sequence of order relations
- Fence (statistics), value beyond which an observation is considered an outlier
- Fence (magazine), an American literary magazine
- Fences (play), a 1983 Pulitzer Prize-winning play by August Wilson
- Fences or Slitherlink, logic puzzle published by Nikoli
- Fences (band), an American rock band
- "Fences" (Paramore Song), a song on Paramore's 2007 album Riot!
- Fence Collective, Scottish group of musicians
- Fence (community), Wisconsin, unincorporated community in the United States
- Fence, Lancashire, village in England
- Fences (Lubusz Voivodeship) (Polish: Płoty), village in Zielonogórski County in Czerwieńsk commune, Lubusz Voivodeship, Poland
- Fence, Wisconsin, town in the United States
- Płoty (Fences), town in West Pomerania Voivodeship, Poland
- Fencing, a sport of armed combat using a foil, épée, or saber
- Wheelchair fencing, a Paralympic sport
- Horse jumping obstacles, obstacles to be jumped as part of a show-jumping or cross-country course
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