1. (Norse mythology) one of the Aesir known for his beauty and skill with bow and skis; son of Sif and stepson of Thor
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  • Spanish matador Oliva Soto stares at a bull during a bullfight during the San Fermin festival at Pamplona's bullring in northern Spain on July 9, 2010.
  • Delicate lily-pads had been carefully placed on the glassy mirror of a thousand reflections, and clumps of reeds, bullrushes and gorse made forty-one shades of green.
  • Early reviews invoking the album's ‘Southwestern’ influences should be forgiven; surely they meant southwestern Spain, home to the Andalucia province and its many bullrings.
  • One might add that there are other archetypal instruments, such as the West Country bullroarer known as the humbuz, that deserve to be studied by the student of dialect and folklore as well as by the musicologist.
  • With Schumann, Ullrich and the equestrian dressage team, the Germans had their best day of the Games with three gold medals to lift spirits deflated by a below-par Olympics so far.
  • Summer times us went bar headed, but Unker Ned made bullrush hats for us to wear in winter. Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves Georgia Narratives, Part 2
  • I remember when the only good fighter was the machine gun tripper. now he can use bullrush, disarm, even grapple effectively and is usually pretty damned good at defending against those same type of attacks. Pathfinder Fighter vs. Ice Devil? « Geek Related
  • To open the package, the consumer unscrews the easy-to-open plastic overcap, removes the inner plastic seal by pulling the pullring, and can reseal the bottle with the overcap.
  • Joseph Campbell told me a story also recently recounted by Davidson Loehr about the Australian tribe that used the bullroarer to keep people in awe of the gods. Archive 2006-03-01
  • Another traditional instrument still used in ritual and ceremonial events is the bullroarer, a thin piece of wood suspended from a string and swung in a circle.
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