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corral

a small fenced-in enclosure with high, wooden fences, suitable for holding cattle or horses.

corral system
a management system in which range cattle are put into corrals and fed hay for a period when the environment is most inhospitable or at other times of stress, e.g. calving.
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Before joining ShoreTel, Corrales was VP and General Manager of Cisco's Computing Systems Group, a multi-billion dollar business unit.
3 MG reservoir al the Corrales 6 site to double the storage capacity of Corrales Trunk Zone 4W that supplies Ventana Ranch and the northern half of Paradise Hills.
This is an exceptional group of boys,'' said Corrales.
Corrales advanced after beating Lachie Villanueva 227-213 in the step-ladder finale of the women's division.
Corrales said: "This is the first time these horses have been on grass since they came over here last Thursday.
Castillo twice knocked Corrales down with hard shots and Corrales was docked a point for spitting out his mouthpiece to buy more recovery time.
He has been in with some greats like Harris and Corrales - and Corrales was a very hard-hitting boxer.
Castillo's first fight with Corrales - when he decked his rival twice in the tenth round before being knocked out himself - will go down as one of the greatest of all time.
Michelle Corrales said how proud she was that tonight's fight between Hatton and Jose Luis Castillo had been dedicated to her late husband.
Corrales, who fought two epic battles against Castillo and had been mentioned as a rospective future Hatton opponent, was killed in a motorcycle crash in Las Vegas two months ago.
Michelle Corrales, heavily pregnant with the couple's child, said: "It's a special fight because Diego made a legacy with Castillo and had so much respect for him.
Castillo came off worst in one of the greatest fights of modern times, when he was stopped by the late Diego Corrales in 2005.