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round-up

[ˈraʊndʌp] N (Agr) → rodeo m; [of suspects etc] → detención f; (by police) → redada f
a round-up of the latest newsun resumen de las últimas noticias
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Take the round-up in the town of Walnut Springs, for instance.
Horses live in tightly-knit families, but during a typical round-up, families are broken up, traumatizing individual horses.
More than 1,500 illegal immigrants have been arrested for illegal entry during the round-up campaign, and are now poised to be deported, according to Greek police.
On Adrian Chiles' excellent evening round-up show, even Iain Dowie's analysis was deceptively interesting (for a man with a stocking over his face).
Cristina Romieri, head of the local animal rights group, condemned the round-up of the birds as "birth control by death".
Its Y Ffair Aeaf 2015 programmes start at 10am and continue throughout both days, with round-ups at 8.
90min's content includes a wide variety of multimedia formats such as video, text, listicles, slideshows, social round-ups and interactive polls.
Samed Falleh made a valuable 69 as Sion Morris's side amassed 202 all out but Matt Glayzer (58), Michael Jones (47) and Simon Kerrigan (39) helped their side to 202-9 and the last pair then batted out to secure the cup by the narrowest of margins Round-ups of all |Saturday's action, including New Brighton's title win in the Liverpool Competition - page 49.
Put the licence up to PS1, see that all dog owners have a licence and let us have a few round-ups.
30pm Channel 4) OF all the round-ups of 2014 coming our way, this is the one that will make you laugh, cry, squirm and feel part of the wonderful shared experience that TV provides.
Under the deal BallBall, the News Corp-owned broadcaster s online portal, will carry an extensive range of programming from the tournament to complement the official match highlights, including themed video packages, daily round-ups, data feeds, infographics and written editorial.