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lasso in Agriculture topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlassolas‧so1 /ləˈsuː, ˈlæsəʊ $ -soʊ/ noun (plural lassos or lassoes) [countable]  TAa rope with one end tied in a circle, used to catch cattle and horses, especially in the western US
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lassoAnother time she saw Ralph swinging something on a rope, around and around his head, like a lasso.She sprinkled a circle about their bed, and tossed him a smile that landed round his neck like a lasso.By wielding his lasso in the White House, Ickes can help to stop Clinton from wandering off-message.