BGR was picketed by liberal groups furious over the state's gutting of collective bargaining for public employee unions.
“The president should be picketed everywhere she goes,” Vinnichenko said.
Hungarian freedom fighters shouted insults as they picketed in front of Talent Associates headquarters at 444 Madison Avenue.
Tiller, now in his late 60s, has been picketed, bombed, and shot.
Thus bound, while lying on the ground at night, he heard the neigh of his favourite steed, picketed at a short distance off.
They picketed their horses, and we judged that they meant to complete the work which they had begun.
At night all the animals were brought in and picketed, carts set for defence and guard mounted.
At about two in the afternoon we halted and picketed our horses not far from a farm.
By this scheme a horse may be picketed out on the bare desert.
By day it was fitted with tables, picketed by chairs and all manner of boots.
1680s, "pointed stake (for defense against cavalry, etc.)," from French piquet "pointed stake," from piquer "to pierce" (see pike (n.2)). Sense of "troops posted to watch for enemy" first recorded 1761; that of "striking workers stationed to prevent others from entering a factory" is from 1867. Picket line is 1856 in the military sense, 1945 of labor strikes.
1745, "to enclose with pickets," from picket (n.). The sense in labor strikes, protests, etc., is attested from 1867. Related: Picketed; picketing.