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The bulls face matadors and almost certain death in afternoon bullfights.
In afternoon bullfights, the bulls face matadors and almost certain death. Herding the bulls through the streets of Pamplona dates back to the 13th century to corral the bulls into a bullfighting ring.
A 1934 depiction of a bullfight casts Picasso himself as the bull, who is caught between Walter and Khokhlova.
The October celebration features religious services, a parade and bullfights that last into the night.
As the crowd was gathering in the final act for Escamillo’s bullfight, in walked a woman in black (not costume) who strolled across the Bass Hall stage and disappeared in the wings, to much laughter and cheering from the audience.
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Definition of bullfight for English Language Learners
: an event that is popular especially in Spain in which a person fights with and usually kills a bull for public entertainment
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