Definition of bullfighting
: the action involved in a bullfight
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Fighting for our entertainment, whether in ring or octagon, is civilization’s barbaric outlier, as humanely logical as bullfighting.
Bloodless bullfighting attracts thousands of spectators each October to the tiny town of Thornton, in San Joaquin County, as part of a yearly celebration hosted by the town’s Our Lady of Fatima Society.
All of the interior scenes of bullfighting and flamenco on the walls of Villa Rosa are hand painted by the some of the best potters of Madrid, Antonio Ruiz de Luna and Julian Santacruz. 4.
Contrary to the machismo and bullfighting of the Ernest Hemingway book from which the title comes, these are simple, modern tales of love, loss and loneliness written with male protagonists.
One of the Amami islands south of the Japanese mainland, Tokunoshima is known for its bloodless bullfighting.
Picasso had created the curtain, which depicts a bullfighting arena, for a 1919 Ballets Russes production and sold it in 1957 to the Bronfman family for about $50,000.
There are only three true sports: auto racing, bullfighting and mountain climbing.
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