from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A round-up. See round-up.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A gathering of cattle to be branded or marked; a round-up.
- n. The inclosure in which cattle are collected for counting or branding.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an exhibition of cowboy skills
- n. an enclosure for cattle that have been rounded up
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As the little boy led the calf across the arena thousands of people cheered, and when he got to the exit the rodeo man was waiting to congratulate him, "I'm going to call him Rodeo, " Timmy said.
He adds that the firm has other plans beyond what he terms the "Rodeo Drive" sector of the redevelopment, "but we are not eager to do more until these places are operational; otherwise, we would be shooting ourselves in the foot."
I did a cowboy room, which I call the Rodeo Suite, and then indulged some of my own dream themes.
Rodeo is pronounced "ro-DAY-oh," and Hermès is pronounced "air-MEHZZ", which led us to wonder whether the cultured elite who frequent both places refer to a popular sexually transmitted disease as "air-PEHZZ."
I'm particularly fond of the Cowboys of the Rocky Mountain Rodeo Association. mood: creative music: the red sox winning
“Rodeo is just getting popular in Brazil,” Marchi explains, “and so you want the fans to like you.
So, country was in The Byrds' repertoire, but Sweetheart Of The Rodeo was the first time we did an entire album of that kind of music.
She pulled over when she saw a small bar called The Rodeo at the side of the road, which sported a neon sign of an ugly cowgirl twirling a lasso, who had immense fake nipples illumined with spinning green stars of light.
Sweetheart of the Rodeo was the sixth album by American rock band The Byrds, released on July 29 1968.
And about our family-well, we could never take them to a movie called Rodeo Girls in Bondage and Birkenstocks.