Stockade


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Stockade

A defensible space that is enclosed by a fence or palisade with loopholes.

stockade

A defensive barrier; logs or timbers driven into the ground to form an enclosure.
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Bacalla and Jean were waiting for their relatives to pick up their three children who were waiting outside the CCPO stockade.
The Eureka Stockade, which was a result of gold miners opposing a government licence fee is a key event in the development of Australian democracy and national identity.
Though I spent only one night at the stockade with Kumander Sumulong and two students, the experience was traumatic with the thought that I would be there for a long time.
The proposed fee increase affects the reconstructed stockade site only.
Peters, Island Command Provost Marshal: "It is with pleasure that I commend all officers and enlisted men of the 133d Military Police Platoon in recognition of an exemplary performance in guarding and maintaining the Island Command Stockade for the past 6 months.
Equally, the major stress pattern of these seven bi-syllabic stems, produced by the subjects, Maltese, Burmese, Chinese, arcade, blockade, stockade, and crusade, is on the first syllable, which is an incorrect production.
To trap the herd, drummers drove them into a stockade trap containing domesticated elephants known as koomkies', which would lure them in further.
Reportedly belonging to a private company a bus carrying 35 passengers with 40 LE 121 the plate number from KyrE-ehir to Ankara fell down to stockade due to the slippery road and strong wind.
Along the handicap-accessible loop trail are exhibits that include a replica mastodon skeleton, a Native- American village, an English fur-trader's stockade, a Civil War camp, a logging shanty, a settler's cabin, and a 1900 farm house.
Familiar tunes like Columbus Stockade, John Hardy, Pretty Polly, Paddy On The Turnpike and Henry Lee are given a super-charged jolt from the fiery foursome.
GOOGLE "fencing in Liverpool" and you'll quickly know your palisade from your brushwood, your post and rail from your stockade and your picket fence from your spear-top.
WHEN was the Eureka Stockade rebellion of Australian miners?