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  • FOSS: I had on a western hat, which I normally wear; and this tie, which is known as a bolla (ph) tie; and a belt buckle that says "Dakota Gun Collectors" on it; and western boots.

    CNN Transcript Feb 27, 2002

  • * Your family gatherings involved Philippino dishes with “Canadianized” ingredients like fruit salad with Kraft singles slices instead of casa de bolla or fried rice with KFC.

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  • I really like the O.E. words for skull: heafod-bolla.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • "Squall-a-doo, soo-a-lone, bolla-hang," returned one of the men, suddenly wound up to gesticulate with violence.

    The Princess Passes

  • It looked very well, like an old Roman _bolla_, though neither Kinney nor Marcia knew it.

    A Modern Instance

  • Sixteen acts will be featured - from skip rope and balance to magic, rolla bolla, quick-change, wheel of death, tricks and stunts, clowns and a crossbow act - and there will be

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  • Mae sawl enw i'r prif blât: bollo preñau, pan preñau, bolla.

    Blogiadur.com

  • There's ensaymada with all it's rich buttery goodness topped with more butter (margarine) queso de bolla shavings and sugar.

    EzineArticles

  • Featured acts are trapeze, rolla bolla, clowning, cowgirl rope tricks, juggling and much more.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • Vero, ma forse il cambiamento (il famoso 'dal free al fee') è iniziato, almeno nella testa dei manager, dopo lo scoppio della bolla nel 2001.

    Telcoeye

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  • From Albanian mythology
    A type of dragon (or a demonic dragon-like creature) with a long, coiled, serpentine body, four legs and small wings. This dragon sleeps throughout the whole year, only to wake on Saint George's Day, where its faceted silver eyes peer into the world. The Bolla does this until it sees a human. It devours the person, then closes its eyes and sleeps again.
    (From Wikipedia)

    January 21, 2008