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polony

(pəˈləʊnɪ)
n, pl -nies
(Cookery) Brit another name for bologna sausage
[C16: perhaps from Bologna]
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Noun1.polony - another name for Bologna sausage
Bologna sausage, bologna - large smooth-textured smoked sausage of beef and veal and pork
Britain, Great Britain, U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom
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And there you could buy - besides the likes of polony (anyone remember that?) and sliced corned beef - any amount of butter cut from a giant block.
Andrew Polony was hired in the retirement benefits group, where he brings expertise in structuring financial plans that benefit educators and public sector employees and their families.
The health department recalled processed meat products known as "polony", after the source of the outbreak was traced to a factory owned by Tiger Brands unit Enterprise Foods in March resulting in a class action lawsuit filed against the company.
Avoid consumption of processed meats including "Polony" (South African bologna).
'The products from Enterprise include Bokkie, Renown, Lifestyle and Mieliekip while those from Rainbow Products are polony, Russian and Viennas,' director of Public Health Kepha Ombacho said in a statement yesterday.
A news release from the ministry states that all supermarkets, shops, distributors and importers of the ready-to-eat meat products of the affected Enterprise (Bokkie, Renown, Mielieklip and Lyfestyle) and Rainbow products (polony, russians and viennas) have been issued with mandatory recall for such products with immediate effect.
Ninety-three (85 per cent) reported eating ready to eat (RTE) processed meat products, of which polony was the most common, followed by viennas/sausages, and then other 'cold meats,' Motsoaledi notes.
Natacha Polony is a French journalist and essayist of Polish origin specialising in education.
On Fridays, CCF 4 served Morvite and polony sandwiches made from brown bread, with diluted, sweetened juice because there was no electricity to cook meals.
Strange case of the polony sandwich THREE men face an inquiry at a South Wales Tory club in the riddle over a vanishing polony sandwich.
performed multiplex polony analysis of gene expression and proteomic profiling of Txnip-deficient mouse hearts to identify disrupted expression of genes functioning in mitochondrial metabolism [18].