When Bernaroli officially changed her name and gender when she renewed her identity card, the bologna court annulled the marriage.
Ignore the fashion travesties and focus on that classic jingle that ensured no American would ever misspell “bologna” ever again.
Her body will be repatriated to bologna and buried in the family tomb this week.
The area between Ferrara and bologna has had 800 aftershocks since the May 20 earthquake, which is worrying to seismologists.
She stuffed herself with chocolate cake, hot dogs, and bologna sandwiches to gain back some of her lost weight.
So they agreed to leave the train at bologna and take the mountain pass.
That was why the learned men of bologna had gathered together this afternoon.
After studying under the Jesuits in his native city and at bologna he entered the society in 1736.
There is not even a public coach to bologna till to-morrow morning.
The “Historia Monstrorum,” was published in folio at bologna in 1642, and is full of the most extraordinary animal forms.
1850, variant of bologna sausage (1590s), named for the city in Italy, whose name is from Latin Bononia, which either represents Gaulish bona "foundation, fortress," or Boii, the name of the Gaulish people who occupied the region 4c. B.C.E. Also see baloney.