torero


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torero

a bullfighter, esp one who fights on foot
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Palatine's director of building and zoning, Ben Vyverberg, said after the meeting the El Torero space will provide greater visibility for Portofino's than if it had opened in the True Woods spot farther back at Century Plaza.
El Torero isn't fancy, it isn't worldbeating food and it won't change your idea of tapas.
"OLE!" The torero positions himself, again inching his way to
NAOMI MATTHEW: 2.00 Lady Montenegro, 2.30 Invoke, 3.00 Another Royal, 3.30 King Of Macedon, 4.00 Strikemaster, 4.30 Torero, 5.00 Gran Maestro, 5.30 Prigsnov Dancer.
Googling a runner Toreador 1.00 Fakenham The Anglicised version of the Spanish word torero (or Portuguese toureiro), meaning bullfighter.
"Apparent similarities between today's rising wheat prices and the food-price crisis of 2007-2008 are just that: apparent, not real," says Maximo Torero, director of markets, trade and institutions at the International Food Policy Research Institution (IFPRI).