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paddock

1
1. (in horse racing) the enclosure in which horses are paraded and mounted before a race, together with the accompanying rooms
2. (in motor racing) an area near the pits where cars are worked on before races
3. Austral and NZ a playing field

paddock

2
Archaic or dialect a frog or toad

paddock

A small field near a house or barn in which animals, usually horses, are enclosed.
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To fulfill that need as we rotate our animals through their paddocks, were focused on letting the animals graze only the top third of the plant--the highest-energy portion.
Dredge spoil slurries are introduced to the paddocks through a 60-cm-diameter pipe on the western edge of the paddocks and flowed over the paddock surfaces to a pool at the eastern edge of the paddocks.
Each exposure source was replicated in three separate paddocks; two clean paddocks served as unexposed controls.
In a small, conservative town, Paddock was well-known for his liberal viewpoints.
The desire for change is everywhere, but when I read (Racing Post, June 26) that there is a possibility of altering what is, in my opinion, the most beautiful paddock and pre-paddock in Britain-Ascot-then I feel change for change's sake is taking place.
Since giving paddocks rest between grazing is the crux of intensive/ rotational grazing, it doesn't make much sense in going beyond about 16.
In the wake of the deadliest mass shooting in modern United States history, the brother of gunman Stephen Paddock reportedly bragged about their relationship, leading to his arrest on charges of child pornography.
Investigators are reportedly looking for a woman who was seen with suspected Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock in the days leading up to the attack that left 59 people dead.
The girlfriend of Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock returned to the United States from the Philippines Tuesday in order for authorities to question her in relation to the mass shooting that left at least 58 people dead.
Paddock, 66, fired rounds at a crowd of 22,000 people.