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torero

a bullfighter, esp one who fights on foot
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The other dishes were: Pan y ali-oli (fresh bread with garlic mayonnaise), tortilla Espanola (Spanish omelette), pollo empanado (strips of chicken breast served with a spicy pepper salsa), arroz con pollo (rice with pork and chicken in white wine), chorizo fried in olive oil with garlic and white wine, albondigas El Torero (meatballs in a rich tomato sauce) and ternera a la riojana (beef stew with carrots and peas in a rich red wine sauce).
However, Torero pointed out that the statements given by the suspected Guerreros Unidos members "indicate events that cannot be possible given the conditions needed for what would be the minimum amount of fire necessary to cremate 43 bodies.
He spent about two weeks touring to Ronda, Seville, Granada and back to Madrid, watching bull fights, getting to know toreros, and immersing himself in what would become a lifelong pursuit.
Fate also becomes a bull, dancing with arms representing horns in opposition to the leaping Torero, and falling dead at his feet at the end.
Over the next 35 years, he coached the Toreros to 843 victories and four NCAA Regional appearances, including trips to the College World Series in 1971 and 1978.
At Plaza Mexico, with Spanish torero Enrique Ponce topping the bill, those climactic moments unfold before a delighted crowd of around 30,000.
No one has shown the lush, prissy virility of the torero like Klein has; just as no one, previously, had put a hard-smoking skeptic in flower-bedecked millinery, as he did in his famous picture of Barbara Mullen from 1956.
Book signing in the Spirit Fun Zone WHERE: University of San Diego Torero Stadium's Jenny Craig Pavilion 5998 Alcala Park San Diego, CA.
El Torero Address: Milburn House, Side, Quayside, Newcastle, NE1 1PR.
He has written several articles and columns that have appeared locally in el Torero Spanish newspaper and Lehigh Valley Magazine.
The Torero red scooter boasts 'upside-down' front forks, a sturdy chassis and a front disc brake which ensure the highest standards of handling and road manners, while under-seat storage capacity and a variety of specially designed accessories ensure that Trekker can be adapted to an even wider range of personal taste.
The entire company of Antonio Canales's Ballet Flamenco, brought to Albuquerque from Madrid, presented a beautifully integrated example of this nuevo (new) flamenco with its dance-drama Torero (The Bull Fighter).