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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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2018 Wednesday Valentine's Day Go through our 'T'weekly for restaurant and hotel round-ups and plan the Valentine's Day with your special someone.
After listening to our readers, from Monday we are reintroducing our ever-popular daily round-ups of the biggest news from around the UK and the world.
Worthy provides users with the unprecedented ability to spend their way to retirement by investing retail round-ups into high-yielding fixed interest bonds, the proceeds of which fund growing businesses.
Show evidence of having performed a minimum of 30 goose round-ups without incident.
Our mobile-first approach is well-suited to today's on-the-go lifestyle, and features such as round-ups on everyday purchases encourage small financial decisions that add up to a big difference in personal wealth over the long term.
The BBC will be able to show video clips of up to six minutes per hour of play as well as close-ofplay round-ups and previews.
Its Y Ffair Aeaf 2015 programmes start at 10am and continue throughout both days, with round-ups at 8.
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.
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.
It's December, which means it's officially the season of end-of-year round-ups.
If further proof was needed that total abstention from any role in Middle East conflict prevention won't work, the images coming out of Iraq - showing mass round-ups and executions, as in Bosnia and Rwanda in recent times - have provided it.