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barricade Meaning in Odia (Oriya). ( barricade ଶବ୍ଦର ଓଡିଆ ଅର୍ଥ)

ବ୍ୟାରିକେଡ୍, ଅବରୋଧ,


ବ୍ୟାରିକେଡ୍ |, ପ୍ରତିବନ୍ଧକ |, ଅସ୍ଥାୟୀ ପ୍ରତିରୋଧ |,


ବାଧା, ବ୍ୟାରିକେଡ୍ ଉଠାନ୍ତୁ |, ବ୍ୟାରିକେଡ୍ ନିର୍ମାଣ କରନ୍ତୁ |,

barricade's Usage Examples:

At the meeting, army official Petar Gračanin told the Croatian Serb politicians how to organize their rebellion, telling them to put up barricades, as well as assemble weapons of any sort, saying If you can't get anything else, use hunting rifles.

Hoshino's reputation as a hot-headed leader began in his years at Meiji University, when he and other members of the baseball team banded together to break down a barricade set up around the school by a student protest group.

The intersection transitioned to an occupation as protesters erected barricades to block vehicular traffic and transformed the space with public art of.

At 23:00 a group of demonstrators attempted to break through the barricade, but were repulsed by water cannons from four fire trucks blocking the way.

Heenan is ultimately unsuccessful in his search as the camera operator locks him within a chain link barricade in the studio warehouse.

taken up with the discussion of vigilante patrols, street barricades, and drawing up lists of IRA suspects in Belfast and rural areas.

As Otis drives down the road with Baby and Spaulding asleep in the back seat he notices a police barricade ahead of them.

The Slovenian Territorial Defence had no armored units of its own and JNA M-84s were commonly used to break through barricades.

The rioters breached barricades erected by Capitol Police around the Capitol.

In preparation for an attack on their headquarters by the Umibozu's shock troopers and their Type 303 Armed Suit robots, all remaining Section 9 members barricade themselves into the building and fight the invaders with heavy weaponry.

They threw rocks at the riders, and barricaded the road.

The Romans entered by one; but when they reached the second defile they found it barricaded.


roadblock, barrier,


continuant consonant, begin, continue,

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