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  • n. Plural form of capeador.


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  • First come the three _matadors_, the eldest in the middle, the next on his right, and the youngest on the left; they are followed by their respective _cuadrillas_, the _banderilleros_, the _capeadors_, the

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  • Standing now four feet away Torellas, to blind the charging bull as the capeadors had done, had to step close in.

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  • As they are flirted before his eyes, he tramples them under his hoofs, and the capeadors escape behind the bourladera, a partition six feet wide, placed in the arena at four places equally distant.

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  • "So far it was clever, neat work on the part of the capeadors, but nothing wonderful, nothing to match Juan's work on the horse.

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  • "And then into the ring came the capeadors on foot.

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