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blockades

n. (plural of blockade English) vb. (en-third-person singular of: blockade)

Usage examples of "blockades".

And when we think of blockades, your father said there hasn't been anything like that in this country since the Civil War.

Emergency autonomic routines to isolate him came on-line, erecting axon blockades around the swarm of neural cells in which he resided.

His neural nanonics came back on line, and immediately started erecting axon blockades.

Clouds of kinetic shrapnel threw up lethal blockades along the trajectories they predicted the flyers would use.

Search areas were designated, tactics coordinated, blockades established on the main roads.

So far they appear to be stuck in a red dwarf backwater, but we all know the Empire can't keep up two blockades.

So far they appear to be stuck in a red dwarf backwater, but we all know the Empire can’t keep up two blockades.

Veron joined the “piqueros”, the angry unemployed who blockade roads (39 blockades in August 2001 alone).

All of them go in to down Tammany and take its place, but they seldom last more than a year or two, while Tammany's like the everlastin' rocks, the eternal hills and the blockades on the "L" road-it goes on forever.

Others had formed blockades across Lenox Avenue at 128th and 126th Streets, and had blocked off 127th Street on both sides.