It's a snap of the matador's red cape, a defiant baiting of Fox News and talk radio.
Gerard Cosloy, who would sign the band to his matador Records years later, criticized their early shows.
Yo La Tengo was one of those bands, eventually signing to tastemaker matador Records.
She insisted that employees of matador Records, her label, not go on the record with me (they did anyway).
The North Dakota native is the fourth of seven children raised in the small town of matador, pop.
In a short time, managing so that the bull did not get away from this place, the matador accomplished his feat.
The matador of the fourth bull made an exceedingly bad thrust.
She had asked him about his matador, and expressed a desire to meet him.
The matador salaams low as he receives the plaudits of the crowd.
And everybody there knew that it was the bull or the matador this time.
man who kills the bull in a bullfight, 1670s, from Spanish matador, literally "killer," from matar "to kill or wound," probably from Arabic mata "he died," from Persian (see second element in checkmate). Fem. form is matadora.