- مصارع الثيرانtoreadors
Noun(1) someone who fights bulls
(1) The playful musicians, the nightclub style and habit, the interplay with the women, secondary but necessary foils for the cock of the walk antics of the musicians, are bested perhaps only by a toreador in his prime.(2) The handsome toreador sat at the bar, his blue eyes and white hair both lightly glistening alike in the poor light the CPI could offer.(3) He's a toreador , after all, and you have so much experience at bull-flinging.(4) I applaud his swift-footed move: Like the toreador who dodged the bull at the last milisecond, he escaped being gored.(5) Set in a Brazilian factory town where familiar operatic characters such as the toreador and Don Jose appear as a rock musician and a lovesick cop, respectively, Carmen provides a dramatic challenge for Les Grands.(6) It is significant the bullfighter is mounted, he says: ├ö├ç├┐In the real story of Carmen, her second lover is not a toreador but a famous picador.├ö├ç├û(7) He constructed a toreador mounted on a horse composed of drainpipes, with bicycle tyres to represent the horse's protruding entrails.(8) The humor in ├ö├ç├┐G,├ö├ç├û for instance, comes from the gap between a lithe and elegant woman's body and her evocation of a bull, perhaps also a toreador , in response to verses about cowboys lassoing cattle in Argentina.(9) Brandishing his trophies, the triumphant toreador tours the arena to the applause of the public, who hand him flowers and wine.(10) I ran, in as dignified a manner as one does when late for a train, while the guard waved a red flag like an accomplished toreador on amphetamines.(11) But there are so many bulls and nary a toreador to be seen by the portal.(12) Better to have had the brilliant young conductor Philippe Jordan on stage, seen at the start wielding his baton like a toreador with his sword.(13) The toreador 's victorious march overlaps don Jose's killing of Carmen with the clamors of ├ö├ç├┐Victoire!├ö├ç├û(14) His approach to the arts was akin to that of a toreador to a bull.(15) At his best, the 27-year-old plays his brand of power tennis with the sort of easy grace you would usually associate with a toreador twirling his cape, waiting for the exact moment to sink the estoque between the bull's shoulder blades.(16) Ramon, a famous toreador - pigheaded and full of himself - also takes an immediate interest in the fiery female.
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