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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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We are pleased to license a wide range of songs from Matador artists for the 2K Sports Major League Baseball 2K6 video game," said Matador co-founder Gerard Cosloy.
But the Matadors held the Eagles to four points the remainder of the game.
The Matadors won threegames in the Big West tournament before losing 66-61 to defending champion UC Santa Barbara in the semifinals.
During 2001, Matador produced slightly more than 10,000 ounces of gold from its Jaurdi Hills property 40 km north of the town site of Coolgardie (and 20 km north of the northern tenement boundary of the Redemption JV) in the northern extension of the Coolgardie Domain of the Menzies-Norseman Greenstone Belt, which also hosts the CGP.
In 1987, those entities were combined to form Matador Petroleum Corporation.
The Titans took a 79-73 lead on Bobby Brown's 10-foot jumper with 56 seconds left, but Efevberha was able to rally the Matadors one last time with his eighth 3-pointer of the game with 33 seconds to go.
In September 1999, Matador will celebrate its tenth anniversary, with showcases in New York and London and a CD box set celebrating the label's history and diversity.
Matadors defender Matt Tracy moved into the attack in the 92nd minute and fired a near-post low shot, forcing Bruins goalkeeper Nate Pena to make a diving save to his right.
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.
Coach Molly Barnes figured getting away from the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation and its abundance of nationally ranked teams and National Team players was the only way her fledging Matadors would survive.
Catcher John Parham and designated hitter Kris Kasarjian each drove in two runs for the Matadors.
The good news was the Matadors scored 29 points off 21 turnovers -- committing just 10 turnovers themselves.