bull's head


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bucranium, bucrane

bucranium
A sculptured ornament representing the head or skull of an ox, often garlanded; frequently used on Roman Ionic and Corinthian friezes.
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Their recovery marked the end of a process commenced when the bull's head was sighted and recognized.
The Bull's Head closed last Friday, following the police incident the previous Tuesday.
The Loft at Ye Olde Bull's Head Inn, Beaumaris (left) and the interior (right)
It is set to open next month and will be known as Anderson's at the Bull's Head.
Andrew, from South Bank, had no experience of running a pub before taking the lease on the Bull's Head, and hooked up with Redcar and Cleveland's Enterprise Team for their help.
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AFEW weeks ago my wife and I paid a visit to a pub called The Bull's Head, near Earlswood Lakes.
But instead of calling the authorities for help, Alan, from west Sussex, rang the Bull's Head in Chichester.
Washington Plaza, located at 1351 Washington Boulevard in Stamford, CT, is a 219,216 s/f Class B+ office building strategically located proximate to every major city road connecting the Stamford CBD to Interstate 95, the Stamford Transportation Center (train station), the Bull's Head area, and the Merritt Parkway.
OOD beer, smartly dressed bar staff and a buzzing ambience make Ye Olde Bull's Head one of the most attractive watering holes in North Wales.
Imagine a street in the center of Milan in winter--narrow, with neoclassical architecture, full of traffic, and crossed back and forth by a barefoot human figure with an enormous bull's head.
In addition to riding, the kids break into posses and learn how to lasso calves - they practice on blocks of hay topped with a ceramic bull's head - groom horses, and even get to ride a mechanical bull.