roundup

[round-uhp]
noun
1.
the driving together of cattle, horses, etc., for inspection, branding, shipping to market, or the like, as in the western U.S.
2.
the people and horses who do this.
3.
the herd so collected.
4.
the gathering together of scattered items or groups of people: a police roundup of suspects.
5.
a summary, brief listing, or résumé of related facts, figures, or information: Sunday's newspaper has a sports roundup giving the final score of every baseball game of the past week.

Origin:
1760–70; noun use of verb phrase round up

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roundup

see head for (the last roundup). Also see round up.

The American Heritage® Dictionary of Idioms by Christine Ammer.
Copyright © 1997. Published by Houghton Mifflin.
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Example sentences
From milk-based paint to solar-powered backpacks, here is the latest roundup of
  green products that you will feel good giving.
We will create an end-of-the-year roundup for whatever other dinosaurs might
  appear.
Cuddle up to autumn with this week's roundup of hearty fall favorites.
In this week's roundup, we're sharing our favorite ways to switch up your
  holiday side dish spread.
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