The most radical activists began pushing and rocking a bus that had barricaded the way to the Parliament building.
Some subway exits in Causeway Bay, a major shopping district, were barricaded.
For a while, they barricaded the entrance to the American headquarters of Deutsche Bank.
They barricaded themselves in the unfinished two-story home.
There is now a barricaded protestor checkpoint near the salon, which guards the rear entrance to the City Parliament Building.
The Park gate was closed and barricaded, but was forced by the military.
Darians have barricaded themselves in the control-rooms of most if not all your ships.
The door at the front I soon padlocked on the outside, and barricaded within, leaving the back door as the only entrance.
So he barricaded his end by sitting on it, and said triumphantly: "My hat, if you please."
He was at first, as Dr. Bowditch told us, 'barricaded in his shop on Cambridge street.'
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.