Roundup

Times when ranches will gather cattle for vaccinations, wean calves and prepare them to be sold.
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Roundup

(from the article `World War II`) ...in favour of `Bolero,` namely the concentration of forces in Great Britain for a landing in Europe (perhaps at Brest or at Cherbourg) in the ... Swiftly convincing himself that the priority of `Germany first` agreed to by Roosevelt and Churchill in the Atlantic Charter was correct...
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roundup

[n] - a summary list 2. [n] - the activity of gather livestock together so that they can be counted or branded or sold
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roundup

noun the systematic gathering up of suspects by the police; `a mass roundup of suspects`
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Roundup

[issue tracker] Roundup is an open-source issue or bug tracking system featuring a command-line, web and e-mail interface. It is written in Python and designed to be highly customizable. Roundup was designed by Ka-Ping Yee for the Software Carpentry project and has been developed since 2001 under the direction of Richard Jones. It is curren...
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Roundup

The spring and fall gathering of cattle on the ranges in order to brand and ear-mark the calves, wean, sort for ownership and cut out those wanted for shipment to market.
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