a large seasoned sausage made of finely ground meat, usually beef and pork, that has been cooked and smoked.
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a city in N Italy.
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a city in N Italy, at the foot of the Apennines: became a free city in the Middle Ages; university (1088). Pop: 371 217 (2001) Ancient name Bononia (bəˈnəʊnɪə)
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a large seasoned sausage made of finely ground meat, usually beef and pork, that has been cooked and smoked. Historical Examples The Call of the Wild Jack London Our Next-Door Neighbors Belle Kanaris Maniates The Story of a Strange Career Anonymous Snowdrift James B. Hendryx Uncle Wiggily and Old Mother Hubbard Howard R. Garis Jacko […]
of or relating to Bologna or its inhabitants. Italian Cookery. served with a cream sauce typically containing prosciutto, ground beef, and cheese. Fine Arts. noting a style or manner of painting developed in Bologna during the late 16th century by the Carracci, characterized chiefly by forms and colors derived from the Roman high renaissance and […]
a device for measuring minute amounts of radiant energy by determining the changes of resistance in an electric conductor caused by changes in its temperature. Historical Examples Astronomy of To-day Cecil G. Dolmage The Nature of Animal Light E. Newton Harvey The Nature of Animal Light E. Newton Harvey The Outline of Science, Vol. 1 […]
the magnitude of a star derived either from the total energy that it radiates at all wavelengths or from the total energy of those of its wavelengths that are received on earth. bolometric magnitude (bō’lə-mět’rĭk) See under magnitude.