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a fan of bull fighting

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a serious devotee of some particular music genre or musical performer

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People who start off as aficionados are likely to remain so throughout their adult life, and are four times more likely to have aficionados than carefrees as parents.
Cigar aficionados often use terms such as aroma, curing, handmade, full-bodied, aged, and hand-selected leaves.
New Delhi [India], February 11 ( ANI ): The 52nd edition of The Statesman Vintage and Classic Car Rally was organized in the national capital on Sunday with a large turnout of Delhi-NCR's antique car aficionados and curious onlookers.
This book will appeal to aficionados of physics and mathematics seeking clear explanations of these important expressions.
Camelot aficionados will enjoy this take on the quest.
The seminar culminates in a joint concert of select students and instructors as part of the opening concert at the 2006 West Coast Salsa Congress, an event that attracts more than 30,000 salsa music and dance aficionados.
Candleflowerdance, a sextet set to Stravinsky's "ultra-see" Serenade in A, confirms what Morris aficionados know only too well: Piquant dances often come in small packages.
Naval Officers: Their Swords and Dirks is as appealing to lay readers who enjoy rousing true adventures as it is for weapon aficionados.
Before art aficionados could stop swooning over Dallas's dazzling new Nasher Sculpture Center, George Michael's longtime boyfriend, Dallas native Kenny Goss, opened a 3,200-square-foot gallery featuring the work of megawatt art stars such as David LaChapelle and Richmond Burton.
Known to the fiber aficionados as "abaca," the fibers, provided by Manila Cordage from the Philippines, is said to have high tensile strength and resistant to rotting.