holding yard

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Noun1.holding yard - a pen where livestock is temporarily confined
pen - an enclosure for confining livestock
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He had been in pre-training at Di Turner's, which is a holding yard for Chase Aintree Racecourse, first race Becher at ITV4 Cheveley Park Stud who originally owned him, and he was recommended to me by Di.
The items were taken to a holding yard in Dagoretti in two Canters.
They also said the government would construct a lorry brakes temperatures checking point and holding yard in Kibunja.
Described as a "mobile app that pushes your message immediately to mobile users in your town,'' cidewalk is pitched to mom-and-pop restaurants promoting daily specials and neighbors holding yard sales, to baby sitters advertising their services and real estate agents hosting open houses.
Moulton Paddocks was to be used as a holding yard for horses on the injured list or out of training.
Well Enhancement Services LLC (Oklahoma) operates from a rig barn and holding yard on the outskirts of Tulsa.
Robert Hughes of Lodge Uchaf Farm Trallwyn near Pwllheli surveys a ruined farm vehicle while wreckage continues to smoulder the day after the fire at Myfyr Mawr farm nr Dinas Iolo Jones from Rhosgoch Farm, Dinas inspects damage to his holding yard
in Petersburg, NY and will be moved by the tree transplanting company, Environmental Design, to a holding yard in New Jersey where they will be maintained until their installation at the WTC site.
The highlight of my interface with Afghan carriers occurred the morning I suited up in my Kevlar body armor and, accompanied by two soldiers with locked-and-loaded M-16s, proceeded off Bagram Air Base to observe truck operations at the holding yard. I must have looked pretty silly in my flak vest and too-small helmet because I was surrounded by little kids running around in ragged tee shirts and flip-flops, zipping in and around the beehive of activity described by our military as "organized chaos." One of the hardest working and best paid (almost $10 per day) Afghanis I saw working in the holding yard was a 12-year-old boy who could interpret the documentation and run and fetch the right truck from among dozens standing by to move forward to the ready line.
that are bound for anywhere in Alberta end up ultimately being dispersed from the holding yard in this tiny town in the middle of the Canadian prairies.