Other articles related to "bull, red bull, red bull cola, cola":
... Frederick George Bull, born at Hackney, London on 2 April 1875 and found drowned at St Annes-on-Sea, Lancashire, on 16 September 1910, was a cricketer who played for Essex ... Bull was a lower-order right-hand batsman and an off break bowler who had a few very productive seasons for Essex and after the most successful of them was named as a Wisden Cricketer of the Year in 1898 ... years after his final game for Essex, Bull played for Scotland against the Australian touring team ...
... His name is literally translated as "Young Bull", and he is sometimes known as Etsai ... He is a cave-dwelling spirit who adopts the form of a young red bull, but being a shapeshifter, sometimes takes the shape of a man ... Another name for him is Aatxegorri which means 'young red bull' ...
... of cocaine from coca leaf extracts in Red Bull Cola, Pepsi One, and Diet Coke ... Red Bull GmbH responded by insisting that only de-cocainised coca leaf extracts are used the production of Red Bull Cola ... in question are minute, around 0.13 micrograms of cocaine in a can of Red Bull Cola, so about 100,000 liters of the cola would need to be consumed for the cocaine to be ...
... Bodacious, Bull Riding, inducted in 1999. ...
... This extraterrestrial anthropomorphic bull was frequently referred to as Ferdinand for a gentle and kind nature In the film Pursuit to Algiers, Mrs ... Watson to Ferdinand the Bull because he would rather drink sherry than exert himself by going on a three–mile hike ... The story of Ferdinand, the bull who followed his heart and proved that just because you're a bull you don't have to act like one, served as a major influence and spirit of the film's plot ...
Famous quotes containing the words red and/or bull:
“The dancers crowded about him
And many a sweet thing said,
And a young man brought him red wine
And a young girl white bread.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“I was a fire-breathing Catholic C.O.,
and made my manic statement,
telling off the state and president, and then
sat waiting sentence in the bull pen
beside a Negro boy with curlicues
of marijuana in his hair.”
—Robert Lowell (19171977)