barricade off


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vt sep(mit Barrikaden) absperren
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Should we barricade off rural roads on the grounds that not enough people drive down them to make them worth maintaining?
Concerned crew members decided to barricade off part of the aircraft after finding the mobile phone in the rear of the aircraft, whilst the flight was diverted to Juneau.
'We've had to barricade off part of the entrance because of this, making it awkward for people who use the centre, and one disabled user could not come in because the glass could have punctured his wheelchair's tyres.'