Jersey barrier

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Jersey barrier

n.
A protective concrete barrier used as a highway divider and a means of preventing access to a prohibited area.

[From the fact that they were first used on the New Jersey Turnpike, an important toll road in New Jersey .]
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I skate my ramp, Greg's Jersey wall or the C-Bowl as much as I can, give or take injuries, band practice and, of course, New England weather.
An 18-wheeler was blocking the lane to his right and the concrete Jersey Wall bordered on the left.
The Camaro hit the end of the Jersey Wall at 79 mph and spun 180 degrees, ending up beside the concrete center median.
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