Catching pen

(Austral & NZ) a pen adjacent to a shearer’s stand containing the sheep ready for shearing


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  • Catchment

    the act of catching water. something for catching water, as a reservoir or basin. the water that is caught in such a catchment. Historical Examples It therefore belongs to the catchment basin of the Sutlej and not to the Indus, and the Tseti-la is a pass of secondary order. Trans-Himalaya, Vol. 2 (of 2) Sven […]

  • Catchment-area

    an area served by a hospital, social service agency, etc. drainage basin. noun Also called catchment basin, drainage area, drainage basin. the area of land bounded by watersheds draining into a river, basin, or reservoir the area from which people are allocated to a particular school, hospital, etc catchment area (kāch’mənt, kěch’-) The area drained […]

  • Catchment board

    noun (NZ) a public body concerned with the conservation and organization of water supply from a catchment area

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