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Put together, the barricade could drop a weight of 120 tons.
Terrorists set barricades by filling the trench pitcher granite, some sacks filled with soils, some municipal vehicles and some cars.
Barricade Fencing offers event organizers and site managers a crowd control solution with optimal maneuverability and durability, affording them peace of mind.
Both were apparently shot Thursday morning after area residents began banging pots and throwing bottles at people taking down a street barricade.
The vocalists in Beyond The Barricade have all played principal roles in Les Miserables, both in the West End and the national tours, so this new anniversary tour will also contain a new extended section devoted to the iconic musical, which was last year turned into a film starring Hugh Jackman as Jean Valjean, Anne Hathaway as Fantine and Russell Crowe as Javert.
The patented Barricade Bracket has been designed to enhance the work zone by forming an enclosed, impenetrable work area.
Barricade Bracket, offered by CLD Plastics, was designed to work in conjunction with A-frame barricades.
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The unprecedented agreement to remove a military barricade at the northern entrance of the camp facing the Lebanese Army's checkpoint was made by the Palestinian National Security body, in cooperation with Islamist groups in the camp.
The author argues that the barricade concept endured from generation to generation, despite long gaps in its use, and later took on a life of its own.
When one of the lorries decelerated when it approached a barricade, it blew up.
A mechanical version features a manual hand crank winch to raise and lower barricade arm.