A white police officer standing amid the crowd inside the barricade got his laughs a moment later.
Lock the gates and barricade the fort, but those voices will be heard elsewhere.
Police had built a barricade of razor wire to keep the two groups apart.
So they did, until around 5:20 the crowd found itself pressed up against a barricade with the Stock Exchange again in sight.
(Rioters) were building a barricade across Winchester Street and looking for material.
Near morning an officer of volunteers came to inspect the barricade defences.
The officers had come forward to the barricade and were consulting together.
Some time after this a body of them came to the barricade and persuaded the officers that they were deserters.
If you refuse to act with me, barricade the door between the bar and the north wing.
When Louis and his party had reached the barricade, Edward, attended likewise by his friends, approached on the other side.
1590s, from Middle French barricader "to barricade" (1550s), from barrique "barrel," from Spanish barrica "barrel," from baril (see barrel). Revolutionary associations began during 1588 Huguenot riots in Paris, when large barrels filled with earth and stones were set up in the streets. Related: Barricaded; barricading.