Some articles on bull:
... Bodacious, Bull Riding, inducted in 1999. ...
... The intention expressed by the text of this bull was "to restore" the calendar so that seasonal events critical for the calculation of Easter dates would be back in their "proper places ... The bull identifies "three necessary" things for the correct determination of Easter dates correct placement of the northern vernal equinox correct identification of ... Easter Sunday, would not move away again from what the bull called their proper places ...
... This extraterrestrial anthropomorphic bull was frequently referred to as Ferdinand for a gentle and kind nature In the film Pursuit to Algiers, Mrs ... Watson to Ferdinand the Bull because he would rather drink sherry than exert himself by going on a three–mile hike ... The story of Ferdinand, the bull who followed his heart and proved that just because you're a bull you don't have to act like one, served as a major influence and spirit of the film's ...
... Frederick George Bull, born at Hackney, London on 2 April 1875 and found drowned at St Annes-on-Sea, Lancashire, on 16 September 1910, was a cricketer who played for Essex ... Bull was a lower-order right-hand batsman and an off break bowler who had a few very productive seasons for Essex and after the most successful of them was named as a Wisden ... In 1905, five years after his final game for Essex, Bull played for Scotland against the Australian touring team ...
... His name is literally translated as "Young Bull", and he is sometimes known as Etsai ... He is a cave-dwelling spirit who adopts the form of a young red bull, but being a shapeshifter, sometimes takes the shape of a man ... Another name for him is Aatxegorri which means 'young red bull' ...
More definitions of "Bull":
- (noun): Uncastrated adult male of domestic cattle.
- (noun): An investor with an optimistic market outlook; an investor who expects prices to rise and so buys now for resale later.
- (verb): Try to raise the price of stocks through speculative buying.
- (noun): A formal proclamation issued by the pope (usually written in antiquated characters and sealed with a leaden bulla).
Synonyms: papal bull
- (noun): A large and strong and heavyset man.
Example: "He was a bull of a man"
Synonyms: bruiser, strapper, Samson
- (noun): Mature male of various mammals of which the female is called 'cow'; e.g. whales or elephants or especially cattle.
- (noun): The center of a target.
Synonyms: bull's eye
- (verb): Push or force.
Synonyms: bull through
- (noun): A serious and ludicrous blunder.
Example: "He made a bad bull of the assignment"
- (verb): Advance in price.
Example: "Stocks were bulling"
- (noun): Obscene words for unacceptable behavior.
Example: "What he said was mostly bull"
Synonyms: bullshit, Irish bull, horseshit, shit, crap, dogshit
Famous quotes containing the word bull:
“Not glad, lifeless tycoon, nor sorry feel
For neither Bull nor Bear attends your way....”
—Allen Tate (18991979)
“Not only the bull attacks his enemies with curved horn, but also the sheep, when harmed fights back.”
—Propertius Sextus (c. 5016 B.C.)
“I was a fire-breathing Catholic C.O.,
and made my manic statement,
telling off the state and president, and then
sat waiting sentence in the bull pen
beside a Negro boy with curlicues
of marijuana in his hair.”
—Robert Lowell (19171977)