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         connection  orifice  (60,  60a)  defined  therethrough.  The
         connection orifice (60, 60a) sized for receiving a cable ter-
         minator 50 of a cable 4 therethrough.
           The post  20  further  comprising  a  first  slit  66  defined
         through the first wall 40. The first slit 66 having a slit width
         which is wider than the width of the cable 4 but narrower
         than the width of the cable terminator (not illustrated). The
         first slit 66 is configured for receiving the cable 4 therein af-
         ter the cable terminator (not illustrated) is inserted through
         the connection orifice 60. The post 20 further comprising a
         second slit 68 defined through the first wall 40. The second
         slit 68 having a slit width which is wider than the width of
         the cable 4, but narrower than the width of the cable termi-
         nator 50. The second slit 68 is configured for receiving a sec-








                                                              Figure 11: Top perspective view of a post for a third exemplary vehicle
                                                              barrier fence.

                                                              the plane of the first slit 66, the second slit 68 and the con-
                                                              nection orifice 60 be perpendicular to the ground surface of
                                                              the ground the post is positioned in.
                                                               Referring now to figure 11, illustrated is a corner post 21
                                                              which comprises an internal cavity 21a. The corner post 21
                                                              comprising a rectangular post having four side walls,  in-
                                                              cluding a first wall 40a and a second wall 42a. Each of the
                                                              walls having an outside surface and an inside surface. For
         Figure 9: Environmental view of a first exemplary vehicle barrier
         fence.                                               instance, first wall 40a has an outside surface 47a and an
                                                              inside surface 48a. The first wall (40, 40a, 40b, 40c) hav-
         ond cable 4a after a second cable terminator (not illustrated)
         is inserted through the connection orifice 60. Preferably, the
         first slit 66 is on a first side of the connection orifice 60, and
         the second slit 68 is on a second side of the connection orifice
         60. The first slit 66, the second slit 68, and the connection
         orifice 60 having centers, wherein the centers are oriented in
         the same plane as one another. It is further preferred that














                                                              Figure 12: Top plan view of a post for a fourth exemplary vehicle
                                                              barrier fence.

                                                              ing two connection orifices 61, 61a (not illustrated) defined
                                                              therethrough. The connection orifices 61, 61a sized for re-
                                                              ceiving a cable terminator 50 of a cable 4 therethrough.
                                                               The post  21  further  comprising  a  first  slit  66a  defined
                                                              through the first wall 40a. The first slit 66a having a slit
                                                              width which is wider than the width of the cable 4 but nar-
                                                              rower than the width of the cable terminator 50. The first
                                                              slit 66a is configured for receiving the cable 4 therein after
                                                              the cable terminator 50 is inserted through the connection
                                                              orifice  61. The post  20a further comprising a second slit
         Figure 10: Perspective front side view of a post for a second exemplary   (not illustrated) defined through the first wall 40a. The sec-
         vehicle barrier fence.
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