Luis Miguel Dominguín
Spanish bullfighter
Luis Miguel Dominguín
Luis Miguel González Lucas was a famous bullfighter from Spain, better known as Luis Miguel Dominguín. His father was the legendary Domingo Dominguín; he adopted his father's name to gain popularity. Dominguín enjoyed wide popularity during the 1940s and 1950s as he conquered bulls all over Spain, Portugal, Colombia and other places. He debuted at the age of eleven and was active in the card where another legend, Manolete, lost his life.
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Honoring Life Of China Machado, First Non-White Model In A Major Magazine
Huffington Post - 2 months
The fashion world lost a groundbreaking icon this week after lifelong model and fashion director China Machado died of cardiac arrest in Brookhaven, New York, at the age of 86. Machado became the first non-white woman to appear in a major American fashion magazine, gracing the pages of Harper’s Bazaar in 1959. “She was the first to put in front of the audience the idea of the otherness, bringing out memories of different cultures and fragments of other imagery,” Stefano Tonchi, editor of W magazine, told The New York Times. “She always did it with irony, without posing, modeling or vogueing. Somehow she showed it all while dancing.” Machado, of Chinese and Portuguese descent, died Sunday, one week shy of her 87th birthday, on Christmas Day. She is survived by her second husband, Riccardo Rosa, her two daughters, Blanche Lasalle-Hills and Emmanuelle Lasalle, and two grandsons. Taken in 1958 • Published in February 1959 The first photograph by Avedon that broke ...
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San Mateo ya inunda las calles de Cuenca de fiesta y colorido - Voces de Cuenca
Google News - over 5 years
Peñas estas agrupadas bajo la presidencia primero de José Luis Lucas Aledón, gran poeta, escritor y amante de todo lo que tiene aroma conquense, y en segundo lugar por mi buen amigo Lorenzo Carretero y Almagro (por parte de madre), con quien comparto
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Policía confirma que muerte fue en un asalto - El Diario Ecuador
Google News - over 5 years
Moreira se movilizaba en un camión marca Hino, color blanco, de placas MBB-2848, de propiedad de Juan Luis Lucas Saldarriaga, indica el dato entregado por la policía. Eduardo Moreira, de 20 años de edad, recibió dos impactos de bala
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La Junta nombra a sus representantes en el Consejo General de Empleo que ... - Extremadura al día
Google News - over 5 years
Los nuevos consejeros son José Pérez Garrido, Valentín Pacheco Polo, José María Casares Sánchez, Bernardino Píriz Antón, Pilar Blanco-Morales Limones, José Luis Lucas Rodríguez, Cristina Blázquez Cano, Lucía Martín Domínguez y Mª Carmen Hernández
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Vantagem de empate para Santo Aleixo e Atlético nas quartas de final - O Serrano
Google News - over 5 years
Já o Amigos da Villa jogou com Daniel, William, Luis, Lucas e Ademilson; Alex Lessa, Anderson e Jesse; Luis Éder e Willian. Em seguida, o Atlético conquistou a sua sexta vitoria seguida na competição. Na primeira etapa, logo aos três minutos,
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Mais dois jogos agitam a Copa 1º Passo de Futsal - Jornal de Itupeva Online
Google News - over 5 years
Jogaram por Itupeva: Pedro Benedet's (1), Lucas Eduardo, Vitor, Diego, Luis, Lucas Antonio, Lucca, Gustavo, Kaun, Ryan, Gabriel, Guilherme, João Victor e Lucas do Amaral. Já na categoria sub-11 os jogadores de Itupeva tiveram melhor desempenho e
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El nombramiento de Maesso como directora de la Cexma no sale adelante - ABC.es
Google News - over 5 years
José Pérez Garrido, Valentín Pacheco, José María Casares y Bernardino Píriz, a propuesta del PP; Pilar Blanco-Morales Limones, José Luis Lucas, Cristina Blázquez y Lucía Martín, por el PSOE; y María del Carmen Hernández Mancha, por IU
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Alacena de Papel - Voces de Cuenca
Google News - over 5 years
(José Luis Lucas Aledón.-.Viaje lírico por los hocinos de Cuenca.-Pg.161) -Don Justo se mira en el espejo que forra la columna, no repara en su rostro barbirrapado por el barbero. (Meliano Peraile.-Sólo la soledad.-Pg. 46) *Correa con que se sujeta el
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Reviews/Film Festival; Arms and the Portuguese, Roman Times to Angola
NYTimes - over 26 years
LEAD: ''No, or the Vain Glory of Command'' (Nao, ou a Vao Gloria de Mandar), takes a long view of Portuguese history, recalling great and terrible moments from the second century B.C. through the mid-1970's. ''No, or the Vain Glory of Command'' (Nao, ou a Vao Gloria de Mandar), takes a long view of Portuguese history, recalling great and terrible
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Gloria A. Roca, a Bank Officer, Weds Houston Cox Jr., a Retired Executive
NYTimes - almost 28 years
LEAD: Gloria A. Roca and Houston A. Cox Jr., both of Huntington, L.I., were married yesterday at the home of the bride's brother, Dr. Luis A. Algarra, in Coral Gables, Fla. The ceremony was performed by Luis Lucas Fernandez, a lawyer in Miami. Gloria A. Roca and Houston A. Cox Jr., both of Huntington, L.I., were married yesterday at the home of the
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NEW DIRECTORS/NEW FILMS; JOAO BETELHO'S 'PORTUGUESE FAREWELL'
NYTimes - almost 31 years
''A Portuguese Farewell'' (''Um Adeus Portugues'') is a handsome, formal, hermetically sealed movie whose point may well elude any American who doesn't have at least a little knowledge of recent Portuguese history. With what initially appears to be complete detachment, it studies the members (and in-laws) of a well-to-do Portuguese farm family in
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Luis Miguel Dominguín
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1996
    Age 69
    He died of heart failure at 69 in 1996.
    More Details Hide Details He is buried in the cemetery San Enrique de Guadiaro, near Sotogrande (Cádiz). Botsford, Keith; Dominguín, Luis Miguel (1972). Dominguín. Quadrangle Books. ISBN 081290236X.
  • FORTIES
  • 1971
    Age 44
    In 1971 at the age of 44 he returned to the bullring, and retired for good in 1973.
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    That year he retired again, but returned to the ring in 1971, aged 45, when he attempted to fathom the sport's continuing allure.
    More Details Hide Details His comeback was at Las Palmas, the Canary Islands, when he wore the costume known as the "suit of lights," which had been designed for him by Picasso. He killed two bulls and won one ear, but was overshadowed by younger men - although the actress Deborah Kerr, who was in the crowd, insisted, "He is still the greatest bull-fighter." Dominguín's last fight was in Barcelona on September 12, 1973. In 1953 Luis Miguel Dominguín met Miroslava Sternova in Cuba. Dominguín was half a year younger than she, so far they parted as friends only until they met again in 1954, this time in the United States. She went on to work abroad in Spain to meet up with friends and Dominguín. After her return to Mexico Sternova was found dead from an overdose. In one hand she clutched three farewell notes; in the other, a photograph showing her with Dominguín and his mother. Rumor has it that she took her own life over the marriage of Dominguín and Bosè.
    In 1971 at the age of 44 he returned to the bullring.
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  • 1968
    Age 41
    He divorced Bosé in 1968, and in 1987 married Rosario Primo de Rivera.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1964
    Age 37
    In 1964 he was a mystery guest on the US TV show What's My Line?
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  • 1959
    Age 32
    In 1959, he and his brother-in-law, Antonio Ordóñez, engaged in a bullfighting rivalry that was chronicled by Ernest Hemingway in his book, The Dangerous Summer.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1955
    Age 28
    The ceremony took place on 19 October 1955.
    More Details Hide Details Luis Miguel returned to the bullfighting arenas abroad and their first son, Miguel Bosé, was born in Panama on 3 April 1956. Their second child, Lucia, born in 1957 and Paola, born in 1960. Lucia and Luis Miguel were married for years, but their differences were accentuated over time, especially her lack of interest for the bulls. She never became part of the "Dominguín" clan, and the Dominguines never liked her. On the other hand, the infidelities of the bullfighter also took their toll. "In a matter of horns, I was a gold medal," Lucia asserted.
    They were married in Las Vegas on 1 March 1955.
    More Details Hide Details Lucia has confessed that their first year of marriage was not too idyllic: "It was a very hard experience. I did not speak Spanish and I do not know anything, he did not speak Italian. I think that's how the passion was born, because we did not understand each other. When I began to understand who he was and he who I was, the crisis began." But the matador knew well how to compensate: "It never ceased to amaze me the incalculable force of his sexual incontinence," said the actress. Shortly after marrying she became pregnant and was forced to marry through the church in order to quell the scandals.
  • 1954
    Age 27
    Dominguín was also a socialite, having friends like Pablo Picasso and romances with the American actress Ava Gardner and the fashion model China Machado. In 1954, he married actress Lucia Bosé, who gave birth to his son Miguel Bosé, a Grammy-award winning singer.
    More Details Hide Details He also occasionally appeared in films, predominantly playing himself in cameo roles, in movies such as Around the World in 80 Days (1956), Testament of Orpheus (1960), and The Picasso Summer (1969).
  • 1947
    Age 20
    He was on the card in Linares, Spain on 28 August 1947 when another legend, his rival Manolete, was fatally gored.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1926
    Born
    Born on November 9, 1926.
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