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aficionado

a devotee of bullfighting

aficionado

A Spanish word that means fan, devotee, enthusiast, etc. There are loyal aficionados of every subject in the computer field.
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Luxury Aficionado Experience Includes Exclusive Caviar Tasting on 255m High Helipad, Exquisite Stay in the 300sqm Al Manhal Suite, and private Bentley transportation - priced at AED40,000
Sharjah: Jewellery aficionados can now catch the iconic Burj Al Arab in diamond on a finger.
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Yet it's the commentary from the man himself sprinkled throughout the pages, accompanying the images, that makes the book a worthy investment for fans of Mose, aficionados of folk art and curious readers everywhere.
Guess again, This past Labor Day, at the 100th birthday celebration of Harley-Davidson Motor Company in Milwaukee, more than 1,500 Harley aficionados attended an outdoor Mass celebrated by Archbishop Timothy Dolan.
One for those who rue the demise of vinyl and for the more fanatical factions of Ultraman aficionados, the "8" Portable Record Player from Bandai plays, rather unsurprisingly, retro Bandai tunes from classic cartoon shows.
Targeted at multimedia aficionados, the Zire 71 handheld provides a built-in digital camera and Palm's sharpest high-resolution color screen to date.
The former champ remains an attraction in Weatherford, where Finch maintains a path so big tree aficionados can visit.
Wine aficionados in those states are simply out of luck -- any numbers of fine wines are unavailable to them.
The group said people can be divided into three groups according to the way they handle money - aficionados, carefuls and carefrees.
In an effort to attract aficionados and not just cigars, Shanken has dropped the size of the latter and increased the size of the former.
CEO aficionados include former Chrysler Chairman Lee Iacocca and Lazard Freres Managing Partner Michel David-Weill.