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the capital of Emilia-Romagna

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large smooth-textured smoked sausage of beef and veal and pork

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GANARIN, L'interpretazione autentica delle leggi universali della Chiesa, Bononia University Press, Bologna 2016; Idem, Il Pontificio Consiglio per i Testi Legislativi nell'assetto istituzionale della Curia Romana tra diritto vigente e prospettive di riforma, Stato, Chiese e pluralismo confessionale.
The song of terracotta", at Palazzo Fava in Bologna (catalogue Bononia University Press, Bologna 2013) from 22 September 2013 to 12 January 2014, was curated by Nico Stringa, the most important Italian critic of Martini.
Scienza della cultura e fenomenologia degli still Bologna: Bononia, 2007.
and Ivosevic, V., Academic Malpractice Threats and Temptations: An Essay of the Magna Charta Observatory and The National Unions of Students in Europe (ESIB), Bologna: Bononia University Press, 2007.
(Bologna: Johannes Schriber, de 128 a Annunciata, for Thomas de Bononia, 1478).
Pasquino, Gianfranco (2003), Sistemi politici comparati: Francia, Germania, Gran Bretagna, Italia, Stati Uniti, Bononia University Press.
In December 1665 he wrote to Finch expressing his desire to hear news of 'what is transacted among ye Excellent Virtuosi of Italy, especially those of Florence (yt have so Eminent a Chieftain, as is Prince Leopold) of Rome, Naples, and Bononia'.
Lyrics refer to images of coal and crowns, trash and trailers, and glass and gasoline." Other performers will include Bononia Grass from Bologna, Italy.
(1) Goffredus de Trano, born in Trano (Turenum in Apulia), professor of civil law at Naples, canon law at Bononia, and later auditor of the litterarum contradictoriarum, in 1244 Cardinal deacon of St.
According to Plutarch's version of events, "They [the Triumvirs] met secretly and by themselves, for three days near the town of Bononia....