All bulls have the same structural characteristics if you're only going by the neck and head as descriptors for discerning nine types of bulls. As such, the question is of no merit.
Beside the Chicago Bulls they are called THE BULLS as well.
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the name Chicago bulls got there name after great stockyards located in Chicago
No they didn't change their name. They are still called the Chicago Bulls.
The building that was on the corner of Madison Ave. & another street whose name I can't remember had a very sharp corner and, towards the roof, had a sculpted bull's head on it.
Loughery was head coach of the Bulls for two seasons ... 1983-84 and 1984-85. His two year record with the team was 65-99.
Vinny Del Negro
The South African rugby team known as the bulls was founded in 1938. The full name of this team is the Vodacom Blue Bulls.
The value of a bulls head 3 dollar bill from 1864 will depend on the condition. A bill is fair to good condition is worth an estimated $50.00 US dollars.
The running of the bulls takes place each year in Pamplona, where people run from bulls that have been released. There is no previous name for this event, it has always been called the running of the bulls.
The New York Red Bulls got their name by being acquired by the Red Bull GmbH in 2006. You can learn more about the New York Red Bulls at the Wikipedia.
The cast of Inside Bulls Hockey - 1999 includes: Dennis Desrosiers as Himself - Head Coach
Jerry Sloan enjoyed a fairly successful career as a player with the Chicago Bulls. He then coached the Bulls before becoming the head coach of the Utah Jazz in 1987.
the name of the dog that bill Sykes owns is called bulls eye and he is a terrie
Red Kerr (1966-1968)
It was spanish day. If you saw the Heat's last game against the bulls, the bulls jerseys said los bulls.
The Chicago Bulls play their basketball games at the United Stadium.
The Chicago Bulls mascot is named Benny the Bull.
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