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Meanings and phrases
- a public act of violence by an unruly mob; public violence
- a joke that seems extremely funny; belly laugh; sidesplitter; howler; thigh-slapper; scream; wow
- a wild gathering involving excessive drinking and promiscuity; orgy; debauch; debauchery; saturnalia; bacchanal; bacchanalia; drunken revelry
- a state of disorder involving group violence; rioting
- engage in boisterous, drunken merrymaking; carouse; roister
- take part in a riot; disturb the public peace by engaging in a riot
- a former English law requiring mobs to disperse after a magistrate reads the law to them
- a riot caused by hatred for one another of members of different races in the same community
- The hotel was destroyed in the Tulsa race riot.
- Following an 1856 Nashville race riot, whites tightened controls on free Negroes in the area.
- He later worked with NAACP Civil Rights lawyer Scipio Jones in the aftermath of the 1919 Elaine race riot.
- a vigorous reprimand
- the measures taken to control a riot; riot control operation
- Riot helmets are worn for riot control.
- This launcher can also be used to launch tear-gas and riot control grenades.
- The training was specifically designed for public order and riot control services.
- a firearm designed to disperse rioters rather than to inflict serious injury or death
- Five riot police were killed.
- Sometimes riot police or other forms of law enforcement become involved.
- Young demonstrators clashed with riot police and attacked government property.
- In July 23, 1882, the riot broke out in Uigeumbu.
- In July 1863, when a draft riot broke out in Boston, they were sent to restore order.
- On October 10, a riot broke out that left three policeman and several strikes injured.
- The police intervened in riot gear to contain the protest.
- It was executed by over 1,000 ICE police, in some cases backed by local police with riot gear.
- A large group of policemen arrived in riot gear, wearing helmets and carrying batons and shields.