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  2. 2. MONEY:Any goods capable of being used as way of change, as common boss of the prices of other goods and as way of accomplishment of deferred payments.<br />
  3. 3. CULTURE:Set of knowledge, ideas, traditions and customs that characterize a people or to an epoch.<br />
  5. 5. DOGS FIGHTS<br />
  6. 6. Dog fighting is widely practiced in much of Latin America, especially in Argentina, Peru and many parts of Brazil (where dog fights are illegal). The American Pit Bull Terrier is by far the most common breed involved in the bloodspot. The Fila Brasileiro and Dogoargentino are also used as fighting dogs. The Dogo and dogocordoba were used for fighting a century ago, but have become extinct.<br />
  7. 7. Bullfighting<br />
  8. 8. Bullfighting (also known as tauromachy, from ταυρομάχη – tavromache, "bull-fight"; or as corrida de toros in Spanish) is a traditional spectacle of Spain, Portugal, southern France and several Latin American countries, in which one or more bulls are ritually killed in a bullring as a public spectacle. It is often called a blood sport by its detractors but followers of the spectacle regard it as a fine art and not a sport as there are no elements of competition in the proceedings. In Portugal it is illegal to kill a bull in the arena, so it is removed and slaughtered in the pens as fighting bulls can only be used once. A nonlethal variant stemming from Portuguese influence is also practiced on the Tanzanian island of Pomba.<br />
  9. 9. Groupsagainstbullfighting<br />
  10. 10. cockfight<br />
  11. 11. A cockfight is a blood sport between two roosters (cocks or rasmus'), held in a ring called a cockpit. Cockfighting is now illegal throughout most of the United States, Brazil and in most of Europe.<br />The combatants, aptly referred to as gamecocks, are specially bred birds, conditioned for increased stamina and strength. The comb and wattle are cut off in order to meet show standards of the American Gamefowl Society and the Old English Game Club and to prevent freezing in colder climates. Cocks possess congenital aggression toward all males of the same species. Cocks are given the best of care until near the age of two years old. They are conditioned, much like professional athletes prior to events or shows. Wagers are often made on the outcome of the match. While not all fights are to the death, the cocks do endure physical trauma that may result in death. Cockfighting was at one time considered to be an accepted, traditional sporting event in the United States. In many other areas around the world, cockfighting is still practiced as a mainstream event; in some countries it is government controlled.<br />
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