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Toposa in action.

Dog running after the Toposa.
Vaca toposa (toposa cow) is a small, mean-looking skinny cow shown in the fiestas of some typical Spanish towns. The distinction between toposa cows and milking cows is a basic survival skill taught to first-year pre-school children in most schools in the Vega Baja: toposa cows are skinny and very aggressive, while milking cows are fat and peaceful. "Vaca toposa" is the local name in the towns of the comarca of the Vega Baja in Alicante, Spain (such as Dolores). In other parts of Spain, the name of this type of cow is "vaquilla" (heifer). Luis Garcia Berlanga, a Spanish director directed a Spanish Civil War movie - La Vaquilla (The Heifer)- based on the use of these particular cows in the fiestas.
The Dolores 2007 Toposa Cow running edition featured some innovations, such as a newly-built stadium in the Municipal Park that will host the running from now on, and a dog-cow fight (see picture 3).

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Spanish Fighting Bull, A type of cattle used in Bullfighting
Denominación de Origen Toro, the Spanish wine region
Toró, the nickname of Rafael Ferreira Francisco, Brazilian football (soccer) player
Toro (cartoon character), a cartoon cat also known as the "Sony Cat" who is the mascot for Sony Computer Entertainment.
Toro (comics), a Marvel comic book character from the 1940s and 1950s
Toro (company), an American manufacturer of lawn mowers and other lawn equipment
Toro Kingdom, a traditional kingdom in modern Uganda
Toro (mascot), the mascot for the National Football League's Houston Texans franchise
Toro (magazine), a Canadian men's magazine
Toro (rodent) a spiny rat in the genus Isothrix
Toro (Sakhalin), the Japanese name of a town in Sakhalin, Russia, previously in Karafuto Prefecture, Japan
Toro (Taiwanese singer), a name of a singer
Toro (tribe), a Bhutanese tribe
Toro, Colombia, a municipality in Colombia.
Toro, Italy, a town in the province of Campobasso (southern Italy)
Toro, Spain, a town in the Spanish province of Zamora
1685 Toro, an asteroid
Manuel Murillo Toro, a historical Colombian political figure
Tōrō, a traditional lantern in Japan
Tuna with the highest fat content, as used in sushi
The nickname of the Italian football team Torino F.C.
A Spanish and Italian word for a bull
The name of Turns 6, 7, and 8 at the bobsled, luge, and skeleton track at Cesana Pariol for the 2006 Winter Olympics
Toro (archaeological site), a Yayoi-period archaeological site in Shizuoka, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan
Ray Toro, one of the guitarists for My Chemical Romance
Toro, the German foundation behind the non-profit social networking website kaioo
Toro, the Californian rugger

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Gato Barbieri, a Latin jazz musician
Pat Tanaka, a Hawaiian wrestler
Gastón Gaudio, an Argentinian tennis player

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Gato (Naruto), a character in the anime Naruto
Anavel Gato, a character in the anime Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory
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Agustin Guerrero, the original El Gato Negro
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El Gato: Crime Mangler, a comic by Michael Aushenker
Hombre Gato, a South American legend

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Gato (Fatal Fury), a video game character
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GATO, a Cyber Nations Alliance

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Gato class submarine
USS Gato (SS-212), a submarine used in World War II
USS Gato (SSN-615), a submarine used in the Cold War

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