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stockyard

1. public saleyard where livestock are sold, usually by auction.
2. yards for working cattle or sheep on private property.
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Stockyard Hill Wind Farm is located some 35 kilometres from Ballarat, in Victoria, and will have a grid connection to the existing Moorabool to Portland 500 KV transmission line.
Located in Qatar's mega logistic hub, between Hamad Port, the Mesaieed industrial area and the truck orbital route, the new stockyard will make logistics effective and efficient.
We inspected the stockyard on the basis of information revealed by Nagaraj to the CBI.
The company resumed the supply of cars from their stockyard on Friday.
Once the stockyard is ready, equipment will come directly from Germany to Sohar port and then to Barka," explained Gowda.
Oil and gas company Samson Oil & Gas Limited (ASX:SSN) (NYSE AMEX:SSN) released on Tuesday an update on the operations of the Gene #1-22H, Gary #1-24H, Rodney #1-14H and Earl #1-13H wells in the North Stockyard oil field.
The next task, Steve says, involved he and Cooper working together to identify and obtain the equipment needed to convert salvaged stockyard lumber into beautiful flooring.
20) Two years later when business was brisk, the city estimated collection of only $800 in stockyard fees.
The sale of Stockyard Hill Wind Farm is subject to the satisfaction of certain regulatory approvals.
According to reports, Maruti also plans to set up similar stockyards in eastern and central market and already Maruti Suzuki has a stockyard in Gurgaon serving the northern region.
Presently, the firm has a single stockyard in Gurgaon.