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Synonyms for bullfight

a Spanish or Portuguese or Latin American spectacle


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Together Spain and Mexico probably account for more than 90% of the world's bullfights, with Colombia also continuing the tradition in a significant way.
On September 20, 2014 the Carlos Vieira Foundation, a local charity in the California Valley, partnered with the California Portuguese Bloodless Bullfight Organization to host the 3rd annual bloodless bullfighting event.
State-run Spanish TV channel TVE cancelled its live coverage of bullfights from August 2007 until September 2012, when Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's Government lifted the ban.
During one of the amateur bullfights, which occurred each morning of a bullfight, Stewart was knocked down by a bull and suffered some minor injuries.
Manet subsequently divided Incident in a Bullfight into two separate paintings, the iconic Dead Toreador and the lesser known Bullfight.
The beloved landscape of the artist's birthplace, the innocence of childhood, the bullfights of youth, the legends of his adolescence, the unfolding interests of his maturity, and the faith in his wife--all are placed beneath our gaze, suffused with the red and yellow tones of the Spanish national flag.
South Korea has celebrated the latest in its annual series of bullfights.
SPAIN Novillero (novice) bullfighter Jimenez Fortes is gored during a bullfight of San Isidro''s fair in Madrid EGYPT Egyptologist Dr.
The nation's equivalent of RTE has decided to drop all live coverage of the bloody spectacle on the grounds that the bullfight is "violence with animals" and as such should not be shown during the hours when children can be expected to be watching.
A typical bullfight usually is of 20 minutes in which a bull is stabbed several times before the final blow with a sword pushed between its shoulder blades.
REAL MADRID star Sergio Ramos was left with a red face after leaving the Bernabeu early to take in a bullfight.
SOME weeks ago I walked past the Empire Theatre and was shocked to see a poster of a bullfight advertising their forthcoming show Carmen.
How much longer will it be before the iconic Houses of Parliament picture on the bottle disappears, to be replaced by vistas of a bullfight or scenes from Madrid?
At a bullfight, he picks out a man in the crowd and goes through the motions of setting up the kill.
The Running of the Bulls began in the 1800s when bulls being used in the bullfight that evening were 'run' by the drovers from their enclosure through the streets.