kettling

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Present participle of kettle.

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kettling (uncountable)

  1. A crowd control technique, used by police, where a hostile group of protesters or rioters are surrounded and not allowed to disperse, sometimes with the use of temporary fencing to corral and isolate portions of the group.

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