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BARRICADE [6 records]

Record 1 2020-03-05

English

Subject field(s)
  • Fences and Enclosures
  • Social Movements
  • Rights and Freedoms
DEF

A [group] of objects placed across a road or open space to stop people getting past, for example during street fighting or as a protest.

CONT

Large areas of the city have been closed off by barricades set up by the demonstrators.

French

Domaine(s)
  • Enceintes et clôtures
  • Mouvements sociaux
  • Droits et libertés
PHR

démanteler une barricade, dresser une barricade, franchir une barricade

PHR

démantèlement d'une barricade, levée d'une barricade

Spanish

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Record 2 - external organization data 2017-03-24

English

Subject field(s)
  • Compartment – Nomenclature 4.0
  • Museums and Heritage (General)
OBS

barricade: an item in the "Structures" class of the "Built Environment Objects" category.

French

Domaine(s)
  • Tiroir – Nomenclature 4.0
  • Muséologie et patrimoine (Généralités)
OBS

barricade : objet de la classe «Constructions» de la catégorie «Éléments du bâtiment».

Spanish

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Record 3 - external organization data 2002-03-15

English

Subject field(s)
  • Security Devices
  • Protection of Life
  • Radiological Physics (Theory and Application)
  • Compartment - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
CONT

Immediately after a dangerous occurrence referred to in subsection (1), the consignor, the carrier, the consignee or any other person who controls any area affected by the dangerous occurrence shall (a) limit, to the extent possible, the spread of any radioactive material; (b) place barriers, signs or personnel at every point of entry into the affected area to control the entry of persons into that area ... [Packaging and Transport of Nuclear Substances Regulations]

CONT

The purpose of the signs and barricades ... is to convey to a person not involved with the operation an unmistakable message that he should not cross the perimeter outlined by the barricades or signs. It is suggested that words such as "Radiation Area - Keep Out" would be appropriate, in addition to the required radiation warning symbol.

French

Domaine(s)
  • Dispositifs de sécurité
  • Sécurité des personnes
  • Physique radiologique et applications
  • Tiroir - Commission canadienne de sûreté nucléaire
CONT

[...] la mise en place d'un nombre suffisant de barrières autour de la zone ou l'affectation d'un nombre suffisant d'agents de sécurité près de l'enceinte de la zone, afin d'empêcher toute personne autre qu'un travailleur [du secteur nucléaire] de pénétrer dans la zone.

Spanish

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Record 4 2001-01-25

English

Subject field(s)
  • Weapon Systems
DEF

An intervening barrier, natural ground feature, artificial mound, traverse, berm or wall which, for storage purposes, is capable of preventing the direct communication of a detonation from one quantity of explosives to another, although it may be destroyed in the process.

Key term(s)
  • barricade

French

Domaine(s)
  • Systèmes d'armes
DEF

Fortification, élévation naturelle du sol, butte artificielle, remblai, berme ou mur capable d'empêcher la transmission directe de la détonation d'une quantité d'explosifs à une autre, bien qu'il puisse lui-même être détruit.

OBS

merlon : terme et définition uniformisés par le Groupe de travail de terminologie des munitions.

Spanish

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Record 5 2000-03-29

English

Subject field(s)
  • Rough Carpentry

French

Domaine(s)
  • Charpenterie

Spanish

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Record 6 1990-08-09

English

Subject field(s)
  • Police
DEF

... total blocking of a roadway to prevent the passage of vehicles, e.g., a freight truck completely blocking the roadway.

French

Domaine(s)
  • Police
DEF

(...) blocage complet d'un chemin en vue d'empêcher les véhicules de passer, p. ex. en bloquant complètement le chemin à l'aide d'un camion de marchandises.

Spanish

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