a rodeo event in which a contestant tries to ride a bucking bull for eight seconds, with one hand holding a rope tied to a band around the bull’s chest.
an arena for a bullfight. Contemporary Examples The Week’s Best Longreads: The Daily Beast Picks for October 6, 2012 David Sessions October 5, 2012 Historical Examples Uruguay W. H. Koebel The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.III. E. Farr and E. H. Nolan With the Battle Fleet Franklin Matthews Thy Rocks and Rills Robert […]
a wooden slat that produces a roaring sound when whirled around one’s head on the end of a string or thong, used by some peoples of the world in religious ceremonies and by others as a toy. Historical Examples The Elementary Forms of the Religious Life Emile Durkheim Evolution in Art Alfred C. Haddon Custom […]
any of various ropes for holding objects to prevent them from rubbing against or striking other objects.
a creek in NE Virginia: two important battles of the Civil War were fought near here, 1861 and 1862, both resulting in defeat for the Union forces. Historical Examples History of Company K. 1st (Inft,) Penn’a Reserves H. N. (Henry N.) Minnigh noun Battles of Bull Run, two battles fought at Manassas Junction near a […]