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- n. The supervision and control of a crowd of people, to keep the crowd orderly.
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- n. activity of controlling a crowd
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We always have three or four men at these things, for crowd control and such like — they can draw as big a crowd as a second division football match, these mock-battles.
Serious weaponry: not the Ruger Mini-14s but a rack of M4s, all with high-tech red-dot optics, several crates of 5.56 NATO and 12 gauge, four short-barreled pump shotguns, some chemical crowd control gimcracks, a rack of gas masks.