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picket

verb avoid, blackball, blockade, boycott, demonstrate, demonstrate against, demonstrate protest, dissuade from entering, persuade not to work, protest, restrict access, take part in a demonstration
Associated concepts: informational picketing, lawful pickettng, mass picketing, organizational picketing, peaceful picketing, primary picketing, recognitional picketing, retallatory picketing, secondary boycotts, situs picketing, symmathy strikes, unlawful picketing, violent picketing
See also: demonstrate, protest
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For Picquet, it means putting up with a commute to Charles R.
He later helped with picquet duty, but that should not obfuscate the fact that he had spurred the excited crowd to directed action earlier in the evening by announcing the location of the prisoners.
They are set to be joined by the Dutch minesweeper HNLMS Urk, a super-fast missile patrol boat decked out in camouflage colours called HNoMS Skudd from Norway, the German-built minesweeper LNS Kursis from Lithuania and the latest French anti-submarine destroyer La Motte Picquet.
Heffern, Donna Kay Mills, Kimberlee Morgan Patrick, Joshua William Picquet, Joseph P.
In The Octoroon, for example, Louisa Picquet rejects her white master's deathbed directive that she go North, marry a "mechanic" or someone with a trade who could support their children, and not let anyone know that she was colored, since "no person would know it, if I didn't tell it," she reports (Mattison 23).
You will surround the ground and picquet all exits.
Raimon's reading of Our Nig is also particularly informative in this vein (120-45), as is Foreman's consideration of Louisa Picquet and Ellen Craft ("Who's Your Mama?
When colours are presented, a guard or picquet is detailed to mount security around the perimeter of the parade ground.
Wilson's novel to the personal narratives of Mary Prince, Louisa Picquet, and Harriet Jacobs so that Fishburn may discuss the special accommodations that female writers made.