a. & n.1.Bolognese.
Bolognian stone
See Bologna stone, under Bologna.
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Quite appropriately, another case next to the Mazzoleni display dealt with the Bolognian stones: nodules of barite that used to be found, and still can be found sparingly, in the hills around the city.
(56) Thus, the Bolognian criminal statute "that whoever drew blood in the streets should be punished with the utmost severity" would not reach the surgeon who performed an emergency operation on someone who collapsed in the street.
Within phase one, the building of European knowledge society, which will last till year 2015, the priority will be on building a main generator of knowledge society such as building a unique high-education system based on the Bolognian declaration, building a unique European scientific area, where the emphasis will be on development of fundamental research, developing modern high technologies, especially in the field of information technology.
On the other side of the thermostat, but equally local in subject matter, was Giorgio Morandi, the native Bolognian and mid-century painter of bottles and tins.
Therefore the Bolognian law, mentioned by Puffendorf, which enacted 'that whoever drew blood in the streets should be punished with the utmost severity,' was held after long debate not to extend to the surgeon, who opened the vein of a person that fell down in the street with a fit.