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  • This was not the kind of red flag you want to wave at the bull-shaped and bull-minded Tim Russert.

    Frazier vs. Ali in Cleveland

  • He arrived, a short, bull-shaped man in a striped suit, clenching a cigar between his teeth; he was accompanied by his bodyguard.

    Kitchen Privileges

  • As the rowers drew closer, Tas recognized bull-shaped heads -- minotaurs.


  • Here again, though to a less extent than in tree cults, the theriomorphic aspect recurs; in the north of Europe, in ancient Greece, in China, the water or river spirit is horse or bull-shaped; the water monster in serpent shape is even more widely found, but it is less strictly the spirit of the water.

    Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 2, Part 1, Slice 1

  • Greece had a bull-shaped Dionysus. {83a} 'There is left no room to doubt that in rending and devouring a live bull at his festival, his worshippers believed that they were killing the god, eating his flesh, and drinking his blood.' {83b} Mr. Frazer concludes that there are two possible explanations of Dionysus in his bull aspect.

    Modern Mythology

  • Still, there is plenty of excitement in analyzing artifacts like a jar handle, a clay jug and a bangle and figuring out the purpose behind ancient pieces like a Greek helmet and a bull-shaped vessel.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Guy 2: "Yes, and I just got this bull-shaped cute cow buffalo speaker to go with it."


  • "bull-shaped" by poets; nor is the horse-god Posidon even represented as

    Religion and Art in Ancient Greece

  • "thy valiant one," Apis, the bull-shaped Egyptian idol worshipped at

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible


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