corrida


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a Spanish or Portuguese or Latin American spectacle

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E]very detail in Hemingway's [book] yields important information" about Spain, the corrida, the 'matadors, The Dangerous Summer, and Hemingway himself, hence Mandel's rich, exhaustive annotations (xxv).
Though Eliot speaks to readers of poetry and not fans of the corrida, his belief that new poets should be read through the lens of their predecessors resonates:
The second corrida, featuring another matador and a bull of roughly the same weight as the first, was more of the same.
Because Mandel's research is so thorough and her mastery so complete, she does not hesitate to take issue with Hemingway on matters both large and small, whether correcting him on Pedro Romero's age at his death or refuting some of his pet taurine theories that do not accord with the history of the corrida.
As the corrida has developed and decayed there has been less emphasis on
SILVANA BARLOW, 35, of the Full Monty shop in Stoke on Trent, wowed millions of viewers with her rendition of the Whitney Houston hit: I Will Always Love You on the Pop Idol-style La Corrida show +++++ The original policeman in the Village People is on the run from the law.
En Hampdem pronto se form una multitud de fans y un espaol vestido de torero demostr lo que es una corrida toreando un taxi negro en la calle.
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You can see for yourself what all the fuss is about in Ai No Corrida (In The Realm Of The Senses), released by Nouveau Entertainment and priced pounds 15.
Solemia'sf ines eason mustd efyt hest ats Olivier Peslier's mount Solemia has enjoyed a fine season, highlighted by a Group 2 defeat of Shareta at Saint-Cloud in the Prix Corrida.
The Brewery Arts Centre in Kendal, Cumbria, has already got their permission to show sex films 9 Songs and Ai No Corrida.
Trained by Carlos Laffon-Parias, Solemia defeated Shareta in the Group 2 Prix Corrida at Saint-Cloud in May.
John Gosden's Place Rouge and Sir Mark Prescott's Albanova are the two British acceptors left in the Group Three Prix Corrida at Saint-Cloud on Monday.
Francois Doumen, better known on these shores for his Cheltenham Gold Cup-winning exploits, brings Prix Corrida runner-up Siyouma.