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matador

1. the principal bullfighter who is appointed to kill the bull
2. (in some card games such as skat) one of the highest ranking cards
3. a game played with dominoes in which the dots on adjacent halves must total seven
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After two free throws by Brown, Altheimer cut the lead back to 81-78, but that's as close as the Matadors would get.
Matador has concentrated exploration, development and acquisition efforts on lower and moderate risk activities with the opportunity for significant reserve potential and repeatability.
Paulk then hit with a towering shot that just cleared the center field wall clearing the bases and giving the Matadors what proved to be their final lead of the game, 12-11.
She has continued to shine for the Matadors with performances like the one Friday in which she made 15 saves.
Within one year, MATADOR Beef Jerky introduced three stick flavors and four jerky flavors, and expanded our distribution nationwide," said Mark Catlin, director of marketing, MATADOR Beef Jerky.
We are excited to have Matador Records involved with Major League Baseball 2K6, given the label's strong reputation for representing some of music's most influential and eclectic bands," said Tim Rosa, Director of Brand and Lifestyle Marketing for 2K Sports.
We told our guys before the game started this was going to be a character win,'' Matadors coach Bobby Braswell said.
The Matadors were picked seventh out of eight teams in the preseason coaches and media polls Thursday.
Matador and Austminex will commence drilling later this month at key targets within the newly acquired CGP after the newly established Joint Venture made an outstanding aggregate settlement payment of A$3,464,053 cash (less rehabilitation costs for the CGP), plus the issue of 5 million Austminex shares to the Vendors.
On completion of the acquisition, Matador Mining Pty Ltd ("MMPL"), a wholly owned Australian subsidiary of Matador Exploration Inc.
He had played junior hockey and at a Minnesota prep school but figured his days on the ice were over until a classmate who played for the Matadors sent him an instant message about the team.
A philosophical divide over the direction of CSUN's signature program surfaced recently after Braswell made clear his displeasure that Dull was not interested in sending the Matadors to the National Invitational Tournament - a second-tier postseason event that would provide television exposure for the program - had the team qualified.