In rampart, Woody Harrelson plays a corrupt, violent LAPD officer.
I first discovered Hitchens from the other side of the rampart.
Editor's Note: An earlier version of this story misstated the official release date of rampart.
And, Denzel Washington and Woody Harrelson as corrupt characters in, respectively, Safe House and rampart.
The department has not changed since the rampart and Rodney King days.
A large ditch was formed, within which a rampart was thrown up.
It was certain death for any Indian to step from behind his rampart.
I have the same kind of deceit on my own conscience without thinking myself dishonest—What is it you see on the rampart?
A pallid sun, low, gleaming just over a rampart of mountain-tops.
We went to the rampart—a small height formed by nature and fortified by a palisade.
"earthen elevation around a place for fortification," sometimes also including parapets, 1580s, from Middle French rempart, rampart, from remparer "to fortify," from re- "again" (see re-) + emparer "fortify, take possession of," from Old Provençal amparer, from Vulgar Latin *anteparare "prepare," properly "to make preparations beforehand," from Latin ante- "before" (see ante) + parare "prepare" (see pare). With excrescent -t in French, perhaps by influence of boulevart (see boulevard).