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blood sport

any sport involving the killing of an animal, esp hunting
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CAMPAIGNERS against fox hunting hailed victory yesterday as Theresa May ditched plans to bring back the bloodsport.
Instead, her fondness for bloodsports leaves frustrated May stuck in a barbaric past.
The explorer, who 15 years ago marched to back the bloodsport, will say in a speech at the party's conference: "I believed - and I still do - that those in the countryside need to stand up and ensure that Government recognises its needs.
Big hit Trash ignited the crowd, but the the band threw in rare, never before played and Bloodsports tracks.
Add to this the thousands of tons of lead shot discarded into the countryside every year and you've got a bloodsport that takes some beating in terms of cruelty, callousness, waste and environmental destruction.
No surprise here your readers may think until one delves into the background of bloodsports.
Nearly every Suede B-side will feature on the CD version including, for the first time, the three Bloodsports era singles and all 2013 releases.
HUNT down a ticket for the Bloodsports tomorrow as indie favourites Suede visit Birmingham for the first time in ten years.
I don't ride, I'm scared of dogs and I hate bloodsports.
The 52-year-old singer had banned meat products from being sold on his tour, blasted the royal family for enjoying bloodsports, and screened PETA campaign messages at his concerts.
That's what I object to most about what has now become an annual bloodsport: the fact that, like most bloodsports, it's a totally one-sided fight.
Gentle and beautiful creatures are being hunted and shot at and used as a live targets for bloodsports all in the name of 'tradition'.