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Bolognese

a small (5-9 lb) bichon-type dog with a distinctive coat which is long and flocked without curls.
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The Renee Taylor/Joseph Bologna comedy opened at the tiny Tiffany Theaters in October, took off faster than Playboy's Kim Basinger issue, then moved to the larger Canon Theatre last week to reap the rewards of its mega-popularity.
Entrusting of the maintenance service of the green areas of some principals of the usl of bologna located in bologna and the province for a period of four years.
Like many culinary traditions now considered quintessentially American, bologna was a product of immigration.
According to Taylor, Bologna was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer three years ago and had been grateful for the time he was given to be with his family.
A relatively unknown entity for Omani tourists, Bologna throbs with an animated energy that is completely its own-- a city where every stone has remained unchanged for centuries.
Bologna has a "good customer base and we want to offer people the option of flying from here", Thierry Antinori, Emirates Executive Vice-President and Chief Commercial officer Commercial Operations Worldwide, told Gulf News.
Emirates SkyCargo, the freight division of Emirates, is set to expand its Italian cargo network, when it launches daily non-stop flights to Bologna from November 3, 2015.
9] CFU per mL after six weeks in turkey and 10 weeks in bologna samples.
Travel site TripAdvisor (Nasdaq:TRIP) announced today the appointment of Anne Bologna as vice president, brand strategy.
The Bologna Process is the process of creating the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) and is based on cooperation between ministries, higher education institutions, students and staff from all the 47 countries, with the participation of international organizations.
As is now customary, the 2010 Bologna Motor Show will offer two preview sessions, opening its doors firstly to the press on 2 December and to the press and trade professionals on 3 December.