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SWISS-VOTE/COWS
RTS26SIJ
November 20, 2018
Veterinarian Jean-Marie Surer anaesthetises calves before removing their horns, ahead of a national vote...
MARCHISSY, Switzerland
Veterinarian Surer anaesthetises calves before removing their horns at a farm in Marchissy
Veterinarian Jean-Marie Surer anaesthetises calves before removing their horns, ahead of a national vote on the horned cow initiative (Hornkuh-Initiative) on November 25, at a farm in Marchissy, Switzerland, November 15, 2018. Picture taken November 15, 2018. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
FRANCE/
RTX14ZSP
November 04, 2013
Solal, nicknamed "Solalito" (R), a 12-year-old apprentice toreador of the Nimes bullfighting school,...
BOUILLARGUES, France
Solalito, a 12-year-old apprentice toreador of the Nimes bullfighting school, helps Tomas, a young toreador,...
Solal, nicknamed "Solalito" (R), a 12-year-old apprentice toreador of the Nimes bullfighting school, helps Tomas, a young toreador, before a beginner's bullfight (becerrada) at the bullring of Rodilhan, near Nimes, October 27, 2013. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullrings. Picture taken October 27. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCEY - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS)
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RTX14ZK0
November 04, 2013
Solal (R), a twelve-year-old toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, nicknamed Solalito,...
RODILHAN, France
Solal, a toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, helps a young toreador get dressed before...
Solal (R), a twelve-year-old toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, nicknamed Solalito, helps Tomas, a young toreador, get dressed before a beginner's bullfight (becerrada) at the bullring of Rodilhan, near Nimes, October 27, 2013. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS)
FRANCE/
RTX14ZJZ
November 04, 2013
Solal (C), a twelve-year-old toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, nicknamed Solalito,...
RODILHAN, France
Solal, a toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, looks at young toreadors get dressed before...
Solal (C), a twelve-year-old toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, nicknamed Solalito, looks at young toreadors get dressed before a beginner's bullfight (becerrada) at the bullring of Rodilhan, near Nimes, October 27, 2013. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS)
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RTX14ZJS
November 04, 2013
Young toreador apprentices of the Nimes bullfighting school salute the audience at the end of a beginner's...
BOUILLARGUES, France
Young toreador apprentices of the Nimes bullfighting school salute the audience at the end of a beginner's...
Young toreador apprentices of the Nimes bullfighting school salute the audience at the end of a beginner's bullfight (becerrada) at the bullring of Bouillargues, near Nimes, October 5, 2013. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS)
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RTX14ZJQ
November 04, 2013
Solal, a twelve-year-old toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, nicknamed Solalito, performs...
BOUILLARGUES, France
Solal, a toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, performs a muleta pass during a beginner's...
Solal, a twelve-year-old toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, nicknamed Solalito, performs a muleta pass during a beginner's bullfight (becerrada) at the bullring of Bouillargues, near Nimes, October 5, 2013. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS)
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RTX14ZJN
November 04, 2013
Solal, a twelve-year-old toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, nicknamed Solalito, reads...
Nimes, France
Solal, a toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, reads a bullfight news magazine at home...
Solal, a twelve-year-old toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, nicknamed Solalito, reads a bullfight news magazine at home in Nimes, October 27, 2013. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS)
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RTX14ZJK
November 04, 2013
Nino, a ten-year-old toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, nicknamed El Nino, looks at...
BOUILLARGUES, France
Nino, a toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, nicknamed El Nino, looks at a beginner's...
Nino, a ten-year-old toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, nicknamed El Nino, looks at a beginner's bullfight (becerrada) at the bullring of Bouillargues, near Nimes, October 5, 2013. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS)
FRANCE/
RTX14ZJI
November 04, 2013
Solal, a twelve-year-old toreador apprentice, takes banderillas before a beginner's bullfight (becerrada)...
Nimes, France
Solal, a toreador apprentice, takes banderillas before a beginner's bullfight at his home in Nime
Solal, a twelve-year-old toreador apprentice, takes banderillas before a beginner's bullfight (becerrada) at his home in Nimes, October 5, 2013. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS)
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RTX14ZJA
November 04, 2013
Solal, a twelve-year-old toreador apprentice, dresses before a beginner's bullfight (becerrada) at his...
Nimes, France
Solal, a toreador apprentice, dresses before a beginner's bullfight at his home in Nimes
Solal, a twelve-year-old toreador apprentice, dresses before a beginner's bullfight (becerrada) at his home in Nimes, October 5, 2013. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS)
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RTX14ZJ8
November 04, 2013
Solal (L), 12, and Nino, 10, both toreador apprentices of the Nimes bullfighting school, practise a muleta...
Nimes, France
Solal and Nino, both toreador apprentices of the Nimes bullfighting school, practise a muleta pass at...
Solal (L), 12, and Nino, 10, both toreador apprentices of the Nimes bullfighting school, practise a muleta pass at the bullring of Garons, near Nimes, September 25, 2013. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS)
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RTX14ZJ5
November 04, 2013
Solal (L), 12, and Nino, 10, both toreador apprentices of the Nimes bullfighting school, joke with a...
Nimes, France
Solal and Nino, both toreador apprentices of the Nimes bullfighting school, joke with a muleta at the...
Solal (L), 12, and Nino, 10, both toreador apprentices of the Nimes bullfighting school, joke with a muleta at the Solal's house in Nimes, September 25, 2013. A muleta is a small cloth attached to a short tapered stick and used by a matador. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS)
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RTX14ZJ3
November 04, 2013
Solal, a twelve-year-old toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, nicknamed Solalito, practises...
Nimes, France
Solal, a toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, practises a muleta pass at the bullring...
Solal, a twelve-year-old toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, nicknamed Solalito, practises a muleta pass at the bullring of Garons, near Nimes, September 25, 2013. A muleta is a small cloth attached to a short tapered stick and used by a matador. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS)
FRANCE/
RTX14ZIQ
November 04, 2013
Nino, a ten-year-old toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school (L), nicknamed El Nino, holds...
Nimes, France
Nino, a toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, holds a sword as he prepares to strike...
Nino, a ten-year-old toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school (L), nicknamed El Nino, holds a sword as he prepares to strike a practice bull during a course at the bullring of Garons, near Nimes, September 25, 2013. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS)
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RTX14ZIN
November 04, 2013
Young toreador apprentices of the Nimes bullfighting school practise a muleta pass at the bullring of...
Nimes, France
Young toreador apprentices of the Nimes bullfighting school practise a muleta pass at the bullring of...
Young toreador apprentices of the Nimes bullfighting school practise a muleta pass at the bullring of Garons, near Nimes, September 25, 2013. A muleta is a small cloth attached to a short tapered stick and used by a matador. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS)
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RTX14ZI5
November 04, 2013
Solal (L), a twelve-year-old toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, nicknamed Solalito,...
Nimes, France
Solal, a toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, nicknamed Solalito, trains with matador...
Solal (L), a twelve-year-old toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, nicknamed Solalito, trains with matador Patrick Varin (C) at the bullring of Garons, near Nimes, September 25, 2013. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS)
FRANCE/
RTX14ZHF
November 04, 2013
Young toreador apprentices of the Nimes bullfighting school practise a muleta pass at the bullring of...
Nimes, France
Young toreador apprentices of the Nimes bullfighting school practise a muleta pass at the bullring of...
Young toreador apprentices of the Nimes bullfighting school practise a muleta pass at the bullring of Garons, near Nimes, September 25, 2013. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. A muleta is a small cloth attached to a short tapered stick and used by a matador.Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. Picture taken on September 25 2013. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS)
FRANCE/
RTX14ZHC
November 04, 2013
Nino, a ten-year-old toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, nicknamed El Nino, holds a...
Nimes, France
Nino, a toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, nicknamed El Nino, holds a set of horns...
Nino, a ten-year-old toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, nicknamed El Nino, holds a set of horns during a course at the bullring of Garons, near Nimes, September 25, 2013. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS)
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RTX14ZHA
November 04, 2013
Young toreador apprentices of the Nimes bullfighting school train to practise a muleta pass at the bullring...
Nimes, France
Young toreador apprentices of the Nimes bullfighting school train to practise a muleta pass at the bullring...
Young toreador apprentices of the Nimes bullfighting school train to practise a muleta pass at the bullring of Garons, near Nimes, September 25, 2013. A muleta is a small cloth attached to a short tapered stick and used by a matador. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS)
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RTX14ZH7
November 04, 2013
Solal (R), a twelve-year-old toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, nicknamed Solalito,...
RODILHAN, France
Solal, a toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, looks at young toreadors before a beginner's...
Solal (R), a twelve-year-old toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, nicknamed Solalito, looks at young toreadors before a beginner's bullfight (becerrada) at the bullring of Rodilhan, near Nimes, October 27, 2013. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. Picture taken October 27, 2013. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS)

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November 04, 2013
Nino, a ten-year-old toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, nicknamed El Nino, performs...
BOUILLARGUES, France
Nino, a toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, performs a muleta pass during a beginner's...
Nino, a ten-year-old toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, nicknamed El Nino, performs a muleta pass during a beginner's bullfight (becerrada) at the bullring of Bouillargues, near Nimes, October 5, 2013. A muleta is a small cloth attached to a short tapered stick and used by a matador. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. Picture taken October 5, 2013. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS)

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November 04, 2013
Solal, a twelve-year-old toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, nicknamed Solalito, performs...
BOUILLARGUES, France
Solal, a toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, performs a muleta pass during a beginner's...
Solal, a twelve-year-old toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, nicknamed Solalito, performs a muleta pass during a beginner's bullfight (becerrada) at the bullring of Bouillargues, near Nimes, October 5, 2013. A muleta is a small cloth attached to a short tapered stick and used by a matador. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. Picture taken October 5, 2013. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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November 04, 2013
Solal, a twelve-year-old toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, nicknamed Solalito, performs...
BOUILLARGUES, France
Solal, a toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, performs a muleta pass during a beginner's...
Solal, a twelve-year-old toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, nicknamed Solalito, performs a muleta pass during a beginner's bullfight (becerrada) at the bullring of Bouillargues, near Nimes, October 5, 2013. A muleta is a small cloth attached to a short tapered stick and used by a matador. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. Picture taken October 5, 2013. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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November 04, 2013
Nino (L), a ten-year-old toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, nicknamed El Nino, waits...
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Nino, a toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, waits to enter before a beginner's bullfight...
Nino (L), a ten-year-old toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, nicknamed El Nino, waits to enter before a beginner's bullfight (becerrada) at the bullring of Bouillargues, near Nimes, October 5, 2013. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. Picture taken October 5, 2013. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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November 04, 2013
Muletas and swords are seen during a beginner's bullfight (becerrada) at the bullring of Bouillargues,...
BOUILLARGUES, France
Muletas and swords are seen during a beginner's bullfight at the bullring of Bouillargues
Muletas and swords are seen during a beginner's bullfight (becerrada) at the bullring of Bouillargues, near Nimes, October 5, 2013. A muleta is a small cloth attached to a short tapered stick and used by a matador. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. Picture taken October 5, 2013. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS)

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November 04, 2013
Solal (L), 12, and Nino, 10, both toreador apprentices of the Nimes bullfighting school, look at a beginner's...
BOUILLARGUES, France
Solal and Nino, both toreador apprentices of the Nimes bullfighting school, look at a beginner's bullfight...
Solal (L), 12, and Nino, 10, both toreador apprentices of the Nimes bullfighting school, look at a beginner's bullfight (becerrada) at the bullring of Bouillargues, near Nimes, October 5, 2013. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. Picture taken October 5, 2013. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS)

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November 04, 2013
Solal (C), a twelve-year-old toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, nicknamed Solalito,...
RODILHAN, France
Solal, a toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, helps young toreadors get dressed before...
Solal (C), a twelve-year-old toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, nicknamed Solalito, helps young toreadors get dressed before a beginner's bullfight (becerrada) at the bullring of Rodilhan, near Nimes, October 27, 2013. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. Picture taken October 27, 2013. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS)

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November 04, 2013
Nino, a ten-year-old toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, nicknamed El Nino, performs...
BOUILLARGUES, France
Nino, a toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, performs a muleta pass during a beginner's...
Nino, a ten-year-old toreador apprentice of the Nimes bullfighting school, nicknamed El Nino, performs a muleta pass during a beginner's bullfight (becerrada) at the bullring of Bouillargues, near Nimes, October 5, 2013. A muleta is a small cloth attached to a short tapered stick and used by a matador. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. Picture taken October 5 2013. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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November 04, 2013
Solal, a twelve-year-old toreador apprentice (L), looks at calves arriving at the bullring of Bouillargues,...
Nimes, France
Solal, a toreador apprentice, looks at calves arriving at the bullring of Bouillargues
Solal, a twelve-year-old toreador apprentice (L), looks at calves arriving at the bullring of Bouillargues, near Nimes, October 5, 2013. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. Picture taken October 5, 2013. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS)

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November 04, 2013
Solal, a twelve-year-old toreador apprentice, practises a muleta pass with a shirt on the street as he...
Nimes, France
Solal, a toreador apprentice, practises a muleta pass with a shirt on the street as he leaves his home...
Solal, a twelve-year-old toreador apprentice, practises a muleta pass with a shirt on the street as he leaves his home before a beginner's bullfight (becerrada) in Nimes, October 5, 2013. A muleta is a small cloth attached to a short tapered stick used by a matador. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. Picture taken October 5, 2013. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS)

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November 04, 2013
Solal's father Christian helps his son Solal, a twelve-year-old toreador apprentice, get dressed before...
Nimes, France
Solal's father Christian helps his son Solal, a toreador apprentice, get dressed before a beginner's...
Solal's father Christian helps his son Solal, a twelve-year-old toreador apprentice, get dressed before a beginner's bullfight (becerrada) in Nimes October 5, 2013. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. Picture taken October 5, 2013. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS)

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November 04, 2013
Nino, a ten-year-old toreador apprentice of the French Tauromachy Centre, nicknamed El Nino, holds a...
Nimes, France
Nino, a toreador apprentice of the French Tauromachy Centre, holds a sword as he prepares to strike a...
Nino, a ten-year-old toreador apprentice of the French Tauromachy Centre, nicknamed El Nino, holds a sword as he prepares to strike a practice bull during a course at the bullring of Garons, near Nimes, September 25, 2013. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. Picture taken September 25, 2013. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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November 04, 2013
Solal, a twelve-year-old toreador apprentice of the French Tauromachy Centre, nicknamed Solalito, reads...
Nimes, France
Solal, a toreador apprentice of the French Tauromachy Centre, reads a bullfight news magazine at home...
Solal, a twelve-year-old toreador apprentice of the French Tauromachy Centre, nicknamed Solalito, reads a bullfight news magazine at home in Nimes, October 27, 2013. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. Picture taken October 27, 2013. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS)

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November 04, 2013
Solal, a twelve-year-old toreador apprentice, dresses before a beginner's bullfight (becerrada) at his...
Nimes, France
Solal, a toreador apprentice, dresses before a beginner's bullfight at his home in Nimes
Solal, a twelve-year-old toreador apprentice, dresses before a beginner's bullfight (becerrada) at his home in Nimes, October 5, 2013. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. Picture taken October 5, 2013. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS)

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November 04, 2013
Nino, a ten-year-old toreador apprentice of the French Tauromachy Centre (R), nicknamed El Nino, attends...
Nimes, France
Nino, a toreador apprentice of the French Tauromachy Centre, attends a course at the bullring of Garons...
Nino, a ten-year-old toreador apprentice of the French Tauromachy Centre (R), nicknamed El Nino, attends a course at the bullring of Garons, near Nimes, September 25, 2013. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. Picture taken September 25, 2013. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS)

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November 04, 2013
Young toreador apprentices of the French Tauromachy Centre practise a muleta pass at the bullring of...
Nimes, France
Young toreador apprentices of the French Tauromachy Centre train at the bullring of Garons
Young toreador apprentices of the French Tauromachy Centre practise a muleta pass at the bullring of Garons, near Nimes, September 25, 2013. A muleta is a small cloth attached to a short tapered stick used by a matador. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. Picture taken September 25, 2013. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS)

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November 04, 2013
Nino, a ten-year-old toreador apprentice of the French Tauromachy Centre, nicknamed El Nino, holds a...
Nimes, France
Nino, a Toreador apprentice of the French Tauromachy Centre, holds a sword as he prepares to strike a...
Nino, a ten-year-old toreador apprentice of the French Tauromachy Centre, nicknamed El Nino, holds a sword as he prepares to strike a practice bull during a course at the bullring of Garons, near Nimes, September 25, 2013. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. Picture taken September 25, 2013. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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November 04, 2013
Nino, a ten-year-old toreador apprentice of the French Tauromachy Centre, nicknamed El Nino, touches...
Nimes, France
Nino, a toreador apprentice of the French Tauromachy Centre, touches a practice bull at the bullring...
Nino, a ten-year-old toreador apprentice of the French Tauromachy Centre, nicknamed El Nino, touches a practice bull at the bullring of Garons, near Nimes, September 25, 2013. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. Picture taken September 25, 2013. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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November 04, 2013
Young toreador apprentices of the French Tauromachy Centre practise a muleta pass at the bullring of...
Nimes, France
Young toreador apprentices of the Nimes bullfighting school practise a muleta pass at the bullring of...
Young toreador apprentices of the French Tauromachy Centre practise a muleta pass at the bullring of Garons, near Nimes, September 25, 2013. A muleta is a small cloth attached to a short tapered stick used by a matador. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. Picture taken September 25, 2013. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ANIMALS)

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November 04, 2013
Solal (L), 12, and Nino, 10, both toreador apprentices of the French Tauromachy Centre Bullfighting School,...
Nimes, France
Toreador apprentices of the French Tauromachy Centre Bullfighting School joke with a muleta in Nimes
Solal (L), 12, and Nino, 10, both toreador apprentices of the French Tauromachy Centre Bullfighting School, joke with a muleta, a small cloth attached to a short tapered stick and used by a matador, at Solal's house in Nimes, southern France September 25, 2013. Since 1983, the French Tauromachy Centre in Nimes has trained some 1,000 youths in the art of bullfighting. Twenty of them have gone on to become professional matadors, facing fighting bulls in the arena. Twice a week, students take courses with a matador to learn the movements and gestures of the bullfighter in the ring, but without an animal present. Students train with calves in the surrounding fields during spring, and regularly participate in beginner's bullfights (becerradas) without killing calves. Solal has been taking courses for three years and Nino, for just a year now. Both are normally enrolled in French public schools, but have one thought in mind - bullfighting. They share a passion linked to the city of Nimes, famous for its ferias and bullring. Picture taken September 25, 2013. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCES - Tags: EDUCATION ANIMALS SOCIETY)

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December 20, 2011
AS Nancy's Reynald Lemaitre (R), is congratulated by his teammates Samba Diakite (C) and Jean Calve after...
Nancy, France
AS Nancy's Lemaitre is congratulated by his teammates Diakite and Calve after his goal against Olympique...
AS Nancy's Reynald Lemaitre (R), is congratulated by his teammates Samba Diakite (C) and Jean Calve after his goal against Olympique Marseille during their French Ligue 1 soccer match at the Marcel Picot stadium in Nancy December 20, 2011. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
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December 20, 2011
AS Nancy's Jean Calve (L) challenges Olympique Marseille's Andre Ayew during their French Ligue 1 soccer...
Nancy, France
AS Nancy's Calve challenges Olympique Marseille's Andre Ayew during French Ligue 1 soccer match in Nancy...
AS Nancy's Jean Calve (L) challenges Olympique Marseille's Andre Ayew during their French Ligue 1 soccer match at the Marcel Picot stadium in Nancy December 20, 2011. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
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November 20, 2011
Paris St Germain's Jordan Loties (2nd L) challenges AS Nancy's Jean Calve as Nene (L) looks on during...
Paris, France
Paris St Germain's Loties challenges AS Nancy's Jean Calve during their French Ligue 1 soccer match at...
Paris St Germain's Jordan Loties (2nd L) challenges AS Nancy's Jean Calve as Nene (L) looks on during their French Ligue 1 soccer match at Parc des Princes stadium in Paris November 20, 2011. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
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November 20, 2011
Paris St Germain's Javier Pastore (R) challenges AS Nancy's Jean Calve during their French Ligue 1 soccer...
Paris, France
Paris St Germain's Pastore challenges AS Nancy's Calve during their French Ligue 1 soccer match at Parc...
Paris St Germain's Javier Pastore (R) challenges AS Nancy's Jean Calve during their French Ligue 1 soccer match at Parc des Princes stadium in Paris November 20, 2011. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
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November 20, 2011
Paris St Germain's Nene (R) challenges AS Nancy's Jean Calve during their French Ligue 1 soccer match...
Paris, France
Paris St Germain's Nene challenges AS Nancy's Calve during their French Ligue 1 soccer match at Parc...
Paris St Germain's Nene (R) challenges AS Nancy's Jean Calve during their French Ligue 1 soccer match at Parc des Princes stadium in Paris November 20, 2011. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-FRANCE/
RTXR8WI
November 28, 2009
Sigamary Diarra (R) of Fc Lorient fights for the ball with Grenoble's Jean Calve (L) during their French...
Lorient, France
Diarra of Fc Lorient fights for ball with Grenoble's Calve during French Ligue 1 soccer match at the...
Sigamary Diarra (R) of Fc Lorient fights for the ball with Grenoble's Jean Calve (L) during their French Ligue 1 soccer match at the Moustoir stadium in Lorient, western France, November 28, 2009. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER/
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November 07, 2009
Djimi Traore of A.S Monaco (R) challenges Jean Calve of Grenoble F38 during their French Ligue 1 soccer...
Monaco, Monaco
Traore of A.S Monaco challenges Calve of Grenoble during their French Ligue 1 soccer match in Monaco
Djimi Traore of A.S Monaco (R) challenges Jean Calve of Grenoble F38 during their French Ligue 1 soccer match at Louis II stadium in Monaco, November 7, 2009. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (MONACO SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-UEFA/
RTXAC43
November 06, 2008
AS Nancy's Jean Calve (R) and Lech Poznan's Robert Lewandowski fight for the ball during their UEFA Cup...
Poznan, Poland
AS Nancy's Calve and Lech Poznan's Lewandowski fight for the ball during their UEFA Cup soccer match...
AS Nancy's Jean Calve (R) and Lech Poznan's Robert Lewandowski fight for the ball during their UEFA Cup soccer match in Poznan November 6, 2008. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND)
SOCCER-UEFA/
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November 06, 2008
AS Nancy's Jean Calve (L) and Lech Poznan's Jakub Wilk fight for the ball during their UEFA Cup soccer...
Poznan, Poland
AS Nancy's Calve and Lech Poznan's Wilk fight for the ball during their UEFA Cup soccer match in Poznan...
AS Nancy's Jean Calve (L) and Lech Poznan's Jakub Wilk fight for the ball during their UEFA Cup soccer match in Poznan November 6 ,2008. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND)
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RTX8ZGL
September 27, 2008
Olympique Lyon's Anthony Mounier (L) and Jean Calve (R) of AC Nancy fight for the ball during their French...
Lyon, France
Olympique Lyon's Anthony Mounier and Jean Calve of AC Nancy fight for the ball during their French Ligue...
Olympique Lyon's Anthony Mounier (L) and Jean Calve (R) of AC Nancy fight for the ball during their French Ligue 1 soccer match at the Gerland Stadium in Lyon September 27, 2008. REUTERS/Robert Pratta (FRANCE)
SOCCER-FRANCE/
RTX8ZG9
September 27, 2008
Olympique Lyon's Karim Benzema (L) challenges Jean Calve (R) of Nancy during their French League 1 soccer...
Lyon, France
Olympique Lyon's Benzema challenges Calve of Nancy during their French League 1 soccer match
Olympique Lyon's Karim Benzema (L) challenges Jean Calve (R) of Nancy during their French League 1 soccer match at the Gerland stadium in Lyon September 27, 2008. REUTERS/Robert Pratta (FRANCE)
SOCCER/
RTX8ZEK
September 27, 2008
Olympique Lyon's Anthony Mounier (R) challenges Jean Calve of Nancy during their French League 1 soccer...
Lyon, France
Olympique Lyon's Mounier challenges Calve of Nancy during their French League 1 soccer match
Olympique Lyon's Anthony Mounier (R) challenges Jean Calve of Nancy during their French League 1 soccer match at the Gerland stadium in Lyon September 27, 2008. REUTERS/Robert Pratta (FRANCE)
SOCCER-UEFA/
RTR2211N
September 18, 2008
AS Nancy's Pascal Berenguer (L) is congratulated by his team mate Jean Calve after his goal against Motherwell...
Nancy, France
AS Nancy's Berenguer is congratulated by his team mate Calve after his goal against Motherwell FC during...
AS Nancy's Pascal Berenguer (L) is congratulated by his team mate Jean Calve after his goal against Motherwell FC during their UEFA Cup soccer match in Nancy, September 18, 2008. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE)
SOCCER/
RTR1X6CP
February 16, 2008
Lyon's Hatem Ben Arfa (R) fights for the ball with Jean Calve of Le Mans during their French Ligue 1...
Le Mans, France
Lyon's Ben Arfa fights for ball with Calve of Le Mans during French Ligue 1 match in Le Mans
Lyon's Hatem Ben Arfa (R) fights for the ball with Jean Calve of Le Mans during their French Ligue 1 soccer match at the Leon Bolle stadium in Le Mans, western France, February 16, 2008. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE)
SPORT SOCCER
RTR18DV6
January 28, 2006
Olympique Marseille's Franck Ribery (R) challenges Jean Calve of Sochaux during their French Ligue 1...
Marseille, France
Olympique Marseille's Ribery challenges Calve of Sochaux during French Ligue 1 soccer match in Marseille...
Olympique Marseille's Franck Ribery (R) challenges Jean Calve of Sochaux during their French Ligue 1 soccer match at the Velodrome stadium in Marseille January 28, 2006. REUTERS/Jean Paul Pelissier
SPORT SOCCER
RTR18DFB
January 28, 2006
Olympique Marseille's Franck Ribery (R) challenges Jean Calve of Sochaux during their French Ligue 1...
Marseille, France
Olympique Marseille's Ribery challenges Calve of Sochaux during their French Ligue 1 soccer match in...
Olympique Marseille's Franck Ribery (R) challenges Jean Calve of Sochaux during their French Ligue 1 soccer match at the Velodrome stadium in Marseille January 28, 2006. REUTERS/Jean Paul Pelissier
SPORT SOCCER
RTR18DES
January 28, 2006
Olympique Marseille's Franck Ribery (top) jumps to avoid a tackle from Jean Calve of Sochaux during their...
Marseille, France
Olympique Marseille's Ribery jumps to avoid a tackle from Calve of Sochaux during their French Ligue...
Olympique Marseille's Franck Ribery (top) jumps to avoid a tackle from Jean Calve of Sochaux during their French Ligue 1 soccer match at the Velodrome stadium in Marseille January 28, 2006. REUTERS/Jean Paul Pelissier
SOCCER
RTXNX8Z
October 23, 2005
Sochaux's Jean Calve (L) challenges Monaco's Olivier Capo (R) during their French Ligue 1 soccer match...
Sochaux, France
Sochaux's Jean Calve (L) challenges Monaco's Olivier Capo (R) during their French Ligue 1 soccer mat.....
Sochaux's Jean Calve (L) challenges Monaco's Olivier Capo (R) during their French Ligue 1 soccer match at the Bonal stadium in Sochaux October 23, 2005.
SPORT SOCCER
RTR18NM0
October 23, 2005
Sochaux's Jean Calve (L) challenges Monaco's Olivier Capo (R) during their French Ligue 1 soccer match...
Sochaux, France
Sochaux's Calvet challenges Monaco's Capo during French Ligue 1 soccer match in Sochaux
Sochaux's Jean Calve (L) challenges Monaco's Olivier Capo (R) during their French Ligue 1 soccer match at the Bonal stadium in Sochaux October 23, 2005. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
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