Taurus draws on the myth of Io, the nymph who was turned into a snow-white cow.
In the papers, Sigg reported that she owned a .9 mm Glock, a 380 Taurus Pistol, and three rifles.
The book offers a tour of the hundred years of the company, from the advent of the Model T to the sleek Taurus.
Taurus charms, Scorpio reaches a crossroads, and Aquarius takes charge.
Taurus Jupiter newly in Taurus makes you feel expansive, like all is moving in the right direction.
And down the line, in the Taurus or beyond it, where there were no British officers, I believe our men broke more than one.
Taurus Antinor descended these and knocked boldly on the door.
Taurus Antinor emerged alone from the peristyle of Caius Nepos' house.
It was Taurus Antinor who received the swooning Cæsar in his strong arms.
And while the panther fell back roaring, and before it could prepare for a new spring, Taurus Antinor had seized the swooning man.
zodiac constellation, late Old English, from Latin taurus "bull, bullock, steer," from PIE *tauro- "bull" (cf. Greek tauros, Old Church Slavonic turu "bull, steer;" Lithuanian tauras "aurochs;" Old Prussian tauris "bison"); often said to be from PIE *steu-ro- "be big, be strong, be sturdy" (cf. Sanskrit sthura- "thick, compact," Avestan staora- "big cattle," Middle Persian stor "horse, draft animal," Gothic stiur "young bull," Old English steor, see steer (n.)).
Klein proposes a Semitic origin (cf. Aramaic tora "ox, bull, steer," Hebrew shor, Arabic thor, Ethiopian sor). Meaning "person born under the sign of the bull" is recorded from 1901. Hence also tauromachy "bull-fighting," from Greek tauromakhia (see -machy).
What form great Jove would next devise,
And when his godship would again Taurise?
[William Somerville, 1727]