Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Literally, goods; in civil law, all sorts of property, movable and immovable.

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Examples

  • The Romans have a goddess whom they call Bona, the same whom the Greeks call

    The Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romans

  • The Romans have a goddess whom they call Bona, the same whom the Greeks call Gynæcea.

    Cæsar

  • Now the Romans have a goddess whom they call Bona, as the Greeks have a Gynæceia.

    Plutarch's Lives Volume III.

  • It's like you put the stuff down to scrub up the wax and it turns into gummy sticky crap that slows you down 10000%. because it gums up your tools. rigor said: i kinda like the name Bona better than viagra.

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  • It's like you put the stuff down to scrub up the wax and it turns into gummy sticky crap that slows you down 10000%. because it gums up your tools. rigor said: i kinda like the name Bona better than viagra.

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  • It's like you put the stuff down to scrub up the wax and it turns into gummy sticky crap that slows you down 10000%. because it gums up your tools. rigor said: i kinda like the name Bona better than viagra.

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  • A certain sinless maiden, called Bona, "who lived a retired life in a house of religious Nunnes, had a bedfellow, unto whom, above all others, she was tied, lying on her death-bed, and no help to be devised for her recovery."

    The Friendships of Women

  • Mr Mzimkulu Faku received a merit award for his reading of Xhosa books, and magazines such as Bona and Blindaba, which is a locally produced anthology of articles from various magazines.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Bona fides: Longtime activist for Darfur who just returned from a week-long trip in the southern half of the country and briefed President Obama at a White House meeting and Sen. Richard Lugar on Capitol Hill earlier in the day.

    Celebvocate: George Clooney reps for Darfur

  • He added that the current president of the college, Dr. Dennis Bona, started out as a welder in private industry, and then became a part-time welding instructor before going on to higher education so he is very supportive of workforce training programs.

    Michele Nash-Hoff: What's Being Done to Address the Lack of Skilled Workers?

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