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bolognabo‧lo‧gna /bəˈləʊni, -njə $ -ˈloʊ-/ noun [uncountable]  DFFa type of cooked meat often eaten in sandwiches
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bolognaA steady line of customers trooped by for tuna fish and bologna.Butter, bologna, grape jelly and peanut butter were tried and commented on.They were eating bologna sandwiches and drinking iced tea from jelly glasses.Edna directed us in laying out a calico tablecloth, and she prepared the food: bologna sandwiches and potato salad.Fried bologna for Dooley with double mustard, and no sermons about a balanced diet, please.I am the bologna in the sandwich generation.The poultry industry also began distributing turkey ham, turkey salami, turkey pastrami, and turkey bologna.
BolognaBo‧lo‧gna /bəˈləʊnjə/  the capital city of Emilia-Romagna in north central Italy, built below a group of mountains called the Apennines
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