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bullfight

a traditional Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin American spectacle in which a matador, assisted by banderilleros and mounted picadors, baits and usually kills a bull in an arena
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Though the bullfighter was Jewish, he would participate in some Catholic rituals ahead of his fights, including having nuns pray for him, his niece, DorisAnn Markowitz told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
Bullfighter Hilda Tenorio suffered serious facial injuries and was rushed to hospital covered in blood after being severely gored for the second time in her career.
For many years, Deputy President William Ruto was one of the bullfighter's punching bags.
The bullfighter is still in intensive care following an emergency operation, according to Mail Online.
In an interview with the ECHO, Mr Jones said he became a bullfighter "by accident" after he became friends with the friends of a local bullfighting club.
A bullfighter and a man participating in a village bull-run were killed in Spain on Saturday, while another two men were gored by the animals at the world-famous festival in the town of Pamplona.
My father used to say, "In life you have to be a good bullfighter. If you are bullfighter use common sense, step aside and let the bull go by you, not through you.
One inserted word may not mean much overall, but the first implies that the bullfighter has at least seven additional rooms.
She is also determined to become a bullfighter, despite her gender.
New York, July 19 ( ANI ): A Spanish newspaper has sparked controversy after publishing picture of a half-naked former bullfighter showing off wounds from when he was gored 50 years ago, on its front page.
Spanish bullfighter Manuel Jesus "El Cid" performs a pass to a heifer during a "tentadero" (a small bullfight to check the bravery of calves and heifers which are not killed) during the first International Biennial of bullfighting at Reservatauro Ronda cattle ranch in Ronda, near Malaga on February 17.