So saying, he slammed a sack of gold dust of the size of a bologna sausage down upon the bar.
Just then the missing one came around the house clasping a bologna sausage in his fist.
The cashass is put in skins such as are used for bologna sausage.
The greater part of a link of bologna sausage lay upon the table, a remnant of a previous meal.
First a hungry dog bit a piece out of one of the bologna sausage tires on the auto wheels, and they had to go slower.
So they got out to look, but the wheels were on all right and tight, and the big tires were full of wind like a bologna sausage.
I never met a more pronounced gin cocktail symphony and bologna sausage study in my life.
The bologna sausage was shared in like fashion, but I never heard of any one who got a taste of the pies.
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.