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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of corral.


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  • What was Roadrunner Records supposed to do after the label corralled 56 musicians from 44 different bands spanning the label's entire 25-year history to release one groundbreaking album, called Roadrunner United: The All-Star Sessions?

  • On a power play, Malkin corralled a rebound of Philippe Boucher's shot while standing on the goal line to the right and behind Ward, flipping a shot and whacking at the rebound to stuff it past Ward.

  • The game-winner came when Saprykin corralled a rebound of his own shot and backhanded it off goaltender Manny Fernandez's shoulder and into the net at 15: 41. - Hockey - Minnesota vs. Phoenix

  • Just 6: 33 into the game, Ovechkin corralled a poor clear attempt by Shane O'Brien and made a backhand pass to Clark, who quickly flipped a shot under the crossbar. - Hockey - Tampa Bay vs. Washington

  • I'm recently becoming nearly convinced that IMO, the reason GWB hasn't yet captured OBL is that he was convinced by his Saudi BFFs that since OBL has been 'corralled' in Waziristan, that he and the threat he poses has been 'contained'. (which, of course, would be supremely ironic since it was the successful 'containment' policy of Saddam in Iraq that the Bush Administration immediately 'poo-pooed' as soon as they got into office)

    Quote Of The Day

  • The United States Government must have "corralled" lots of youngsters, without regard to their fitness or capacity, to send on board the ships of war during our civil conflict.

    The Narrative of a Blockade-Runner

  • When General George A. Forsyth and his detachment of fifty scouts were surrounded and "corralled" by seven hundred Indians on an island in the Republican River, it was the troop of Captain Louis H. Carpenter, of the Tenth Cavalry, which first came to their rescue.

    The Negro in the Regular Army

  • At least fifteen horses were killed or rendered useless; the others were "corralled" under the bank, where, in a deep bend, they were safe except from long-range fire.

    Marion's Faith.

  • A large number of the leaders were executed from time to time, but the government, whose policy is always to respect religious customs of the Hindus, administered as little punishment as possible, and "rounding up" all of the members of this cult, as ranchmen would say, "corralled" them at the Town of Jabal-pur, near the

    Modern India

  • All these, therefore, have to be "corralled," except when they are running loose among their unfenced pastures.

    The Talking Leaves An Indian Story


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