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Boleslaus Balbinus The Jesuit historiographer of Bohemia Boleslaus Balbinus or Bohuslav BalbĂn (4 December 1621, KĂ¶niggrĂ¤tz â€” 29 November 1688, Prague), the "Bohemian Pliny," whose Vita beatae Joannis Nepomuceni martyris was published in Prague, 1670,
Boleslaus George II of Halych George II, Prince of Halych, Polish BolesĹ‚aw Jerzy II Mazowiecki (Boleslaus George II of Masovia, also known as Yuriy II of Halicz and BolesĹ‚aw Trojdenowicz) (1308-1340) was a ruler of the Piast dynasty who reigned the originally Ruthenian principality of Galicia (Central Europe).
Boleslaw Szabelski Boleslaw Szabelski (December 3 1896 - August 27 1979) was a Polish composer of classical music. Szabelski studied in Warsaw with Karol Szymanowski, and between 1929 and 1939 tought organ and composition the conservatoire of Katowice.
BolesĹ‚aw Borysiuk BolesĹ‚aw Borysiuk (born May 01, 1948 in JaĹ‚owiec) is a Polish politician. He was elected to Sejm on September 25, 2005 getting 8256 votes in 6 Lublin district, candidating from Samoobrona Rzeczpospolitej Polskiej list.
BolesĹ‚aw GĹ‚adych BolesĹ‚aw (Michal) GĹ‚adych (1915- ), was a Polish fighter pilot, a flying ace of the World War II. He is one of those characters whose wartime exploits have become clouded over the years with romance, hearsay, rumour and embellishment that obscure his undoubted achievements.
BolesĹ‚aw Grzegorz Piecha BolesĹ‚aw Grzegorz Piecha (born September 19, 1954 in Rybnik) is a Polish politician. He was elected to Sejm on September 25, 2005 getting 23887 votes in 30 Rybnik district, candidating from Prawo i SprawiedliwoĹ›Ä‡ list.
BolesĹ‚aw II of Poland BolesĹ‚aw II the Bold (Polish: BolesĹ‚aw ĹšmiaĹ‚y, also known as Szczodry, "the Generous," and Okrutny, "the Cruel"; 1039-1081) was duke of Poland in 1058-1076, and king of Poland from 1076 to 1079.
BolesĹ‚aw Kontrym BolesĹ‚aw Kontrym (1898â€”1953), also known by his codenames: Ĺ»mudzin, BiaĹ‚y, Bielski, and/or Cichocki, was a Polish army officer, cichociemny, soldier of the Armia Krajowa, organizer of the secret police force, and participant in the Warsaw Uprising.
BolesĹ‚aw LeĹ›mian BolesĹ‚aw LeĹ›mian (born BolesĹ‚aw Lesman; 1878-1937) was a Polish poet, artist and member of the Polish Academy of Literature. He was one of the most influential poets of the early 20th century in Poland and a cousin of other notable poet of the epoch - Jan Brzechwa.
BolesĹ‚aw Prus BolesĹ‚aw Prus (pronounced: [bÉ”'lÎµswaf 'prus]; August 20, 1847 â€“ May 19, 1912), born Aleksander GĹ‚owacki, was a Polish journalist, short-story writer, and novelist of the Polish "Positivist" period that followed the suppression of the 1863 Uprising. He is one of the most important figures in Polish letters, and one of the most distinctive voices in world literature.
BolesĹ‚awiec BolesĹ‚awiec (IPA: ; former ) is a town in southwestern Poland with 41,117 inhabitants (2004). Situated in the Lower Silesian Voivodeship since 1999, BolesĹ‚awiec was previously in Jelenia GĂłra Voivodeship (1975-1998).
BolesĹ‚awiec County BolesĹ‚awiec County (in Polish powiat bolesĹ‚awiecki) is a unit of territorial administration and local government in the Lower Silesian Voivodship in Poland, created on January 1, 1999 as a result of the Local Government Reorganization Act of 1998.
Boletaceae Boletaceae is a family of mushrooms, primarily characterized by holding their spores in small pores on the underside of the mushroom, instead of gills, as are found in agarics. Nearly as widely distributed as agarics, they include the Cep or King Bolete (Boletus edulis), much sought after by mushroom hunters.
Boletales The Boletales are an order of homobasidiomycetes, containing a large number of species with a diverse array of fruiting body types. The boletes are the best known members of this group, and until recently, the Boletales were thought to only contain boletes.
Bolete A bolete is a type of fungal fruiting body characterized by the presence of a pileus that is clearly differentiated from the stipe, with a spongy surface of pores (rather than gills) on the underside of the pileus. "Bolete" is also the English common name for fungal species having this kind of morphology.
Boletinellaceae Boletinellaceae is a small family of mushrooms, primarily characterized by small pores on the underside of the mushroom rather than gills. Though in the order Boletales, new research shows they and Gyroporaceae are more closely related to earthballs of Sclerodermataceae than BoletaceaeBinder M & Bresinsky A.
Boletus aereus Boletus aereus is a bolete, an edible mushroom frequently consumed in the Basque Country and Italy. Known as ontto beltza in Basque, porcino nero in Italian, TĂŞte de nĂ¨gre (Negroâ€™s Head) in French and Queen bolete in California, it is well known in southern Europe for its culinary qualities that make it the king of boletus, even more appreciated than Boletus edulis.
Boletus badius The Bay bolete, Boletus (formerly Xerocomus) badius, is a common edible pored mushroom from Europe and North America. Often considered a poor relation of the Cep (Boletus edulis), it is nevertheless highly regarded by some authors such as Antonio Carluccio.
Boletus calopus Boletus calopus is a fungus of the bolete family, found in Northern Europe. Described by Christian Hendrik Persoon in 1801, it derives its specific name from the Greek ÎşÎ±Î»ÎżĎ‚ ("pretty") and Ď€ÎżĎ…Ď‚ ("foot"), referring to its brightly coloured stalk.
Boletus erythropus Boletus erythropus is a fungus of the bolete family, found in Northern Europe. Described by Christian Hendrik Persoon in 1796, it derives its specific name from the Greek ÎµĎĎ…Î¸ĎÎżĎ‚ ("red") and Ď€ÎżĎ…Ď‚ ("foot"), referring to its red coloured stalk.
Boletus reticulatus Boletus reticulatus (formerly known as Boletus aestivalis), or Summer cep is an edible mushroom in the cĂ¨pe (porcini) family. These are mushrooms whose tubed hymenium can be easily separated from the flesh of the hat, with a relatively thick central foot and compact flesh.
Bolex Bolex is a Swiss company that manufactures motion picture cameras and lenses, the most notable products of which are in the 16 mm and Super 16 mm formats. Bolex cameras were particularly important for early television news, nature films, documentaries and the avant garde, and are still favoured by many animators today.
Bolgatanga Bolgatanga, colloquially known as Bolga, is the capital of both the Bolgatanga Municipal District and the Upper East Region of Ghana, and has a population of about 50,000 (2000. Bolga is the major town between Tamale, 161 km (about 100 miles) to the south and the border.
Bolgatty Palace Built by the Dutch in India, Bolgatty Palace is located in the scenic island popularly known as Bolgatty island in Kochi, Kerala. One of the oldest existing Dutch palaces outside Holland, this quaint mansion, built in 1744, by Dutch traders, was later extended and lush green gardens were landscaped around it.
Bolghar Bolghar (or BolÄźar) was the capital (8th-15th century) of Volga Bulgaria, a predecessor state of the Khanate of Kazan, which in turn has cultural links to today's Russian republic of Tatarstan. Today, the capital of Tatarstan is Kazan, but many Tatars consider Bolghar to be their ancient and religious capital and to contain a glimpse of Tatar life before the Mongol invasion of the 13th century.
Bolgo language The Bolgo language is a member of the Bua languages spoken in south-central Chad, in the villages of Koya, Boli, Gagne, and Bedi southeast of Melfi, by about 1,800 people (SIL 1993.) According to de Rendinger, it has two principal dialects, Bolgo Werel around Daguela and Bolgo Mengo around Aloa-Niagara, as well as a dialect called Bolgo Bormo; according to the Ethnologue, its principal dialects are called Bolgo Dugag and Bolgo Kubar ("small" and "great" Bolgo.
Bolian The Bolians are a fictional alien race in the Star Trek universe. They possess blue skin and a small central ridge running from the back of their heads to their noses, discontinuing somewhat around the mouth and then continuing on the chin.
Boliden AB New Boliden is a Swedish mining and smelting company focusing on production of copper, zinc, lead, gold and silver. Following a series of acquisitions during the 1980s and 1990s the company acquired mining and smelting assets of the Finnish mining and smelting company Outokumpu in 2003.
Bolinao 52 Bolinao 52 is a documentary by Vietnamese American director Duc Nguyen about the Vietnamese boat people ship that was originally stranded in the pacific ocean, and refused to be rescued by a US navy ship, forcing the boat people to starve to death despite human cannibalism. Only 52 out of the 110 boat people survived the tragedy and were rescued by Filipino fishermen who brought them to the philippine island Bolinao.
Bolinas Bay Bolinas Bay is a small bay, approximately 5 miles (8 km) wide, on the Pacific coast of California in the United States. It is in Marin County, north of the Golden Gate, approximately 15 miles (25 km) northwest of San Francisco.
Bolinas Lagoon Bolinas Lagoon is a tidal estuary, approximately 3 square miles (8 square km) in area, in Marin County in California in the United States. The lagoon is a back bay of Bolinas Bay on the Pacific coast approximately 15 mi (25 km) northwest of San Francisco.
Bolinder-Munktell AB Bolinder-Munktell (BM) was a tractor and machines manufactorer founded in Eskilstuna, Sweden in 1932 through the merger of the mechanical companies Bolinder and Munktell. In 1950 BM was bought by AB Volvo and the name was changed first to BM-Volvo and then in 1973 to Volvo-BM and then again in 1995 to Volvo Construction Equipment.
Bolingbroke, Georgia Bolingbroke is a small town located in Monroe County, Georgia between Interstate 475 and Interstate 75 just north of Macon. It is best known as being the closest town to the junction of I-75 and the Macon city bypass, I-475.
Bolita Bolita (Spanish for Little Ball), is a type of lottery which was popular in the latter 19th and early 20th centuries in Cuba and among Florida's working class Hispanic, Italian, and black population. Bolita was brought to Tampa in the 1880s, and flourished in Ybor City's many Latin saloons.
Bolitaenidae Bolitaenidae is a family of small, common pelagic octopuses found in all tropical and temperate oceans of the world. The family's taxonomy is not entirely certain; recent research suggests there should be just two genera, Bolitaena and Japetella, both of which are thought to be monotypic.
Bolivar (cigar brand) BolĂvar is the name of two brands of premium cigar, one produced on the island of Cuba for Habanos SA, the Cuban state-owned tobacco company, and the other produced in the Dominican Republic from Dominican and Nicaraguan tobacco for General Cigar. Both are named for the South American revolutionary, SimĂłn BolĂvar.
Bolivar Peninsula Bolivar Peninsula is a narrow strip of land in Galveston County, Texas that separates the eastern part of Galveston Bay from the Gulf of Mexico. The peninsula's width ranges from half a mile down to a quarter-mile near Gilchrist, Texas, where the peninsula is divided by Rollover Pass.
Bolivarian Alternative for the Americas The Bolivarian Alternative for the Americas (Spanish: Alternativa Bolivariana para las AmĂ©ricas or ALBA - which also means 'dawn' in Spanish) is a political, social and economic cooperation and complementation vision of integration between the Latin American countries, proposed by the government of Venezuela as an alternative to the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA or ALCA in Spanish) proposed by the United States. While the ALBA itself has not yet become a hemispheric-wide trade agreement, Venezuela, Cuba, and Bolivia have entered into a Peoples' Trade Agreement (Spanish: "Tratado de Comercio de los Pueblos" - TCP) which aims to implement the principles of ALBA between those three nations.
Bolivarian Games The Bolivarian Games (Spanish: Juegos Bolivarianos, full name Juegos Deportivos Bolivarianos) are a regional multi-sport event held in honor of SimĂłn BolĂvar, organized by the Bolivarian Sports Organization (OrganizaciĂłn Deportiva Bolivariana, ODEBO). The event is open to the countries liberated by BolĂvar or those born from these.
Bolivarian Missions The Bolivarian Missions are a series of social justice, social welfare, anti-poverty, educational, electoral and military recruiting programs implemented under the administration of the current Venezuelan president Hugo ChĂˇvez. They draw their name from the historical Venezuelan hero, SimĂłn BolĂvar.
Bolivarian Revolution The Bolivarian Revolution refers to a mass social movement and political process in Venezuela. Its most prominent leader is Hugo ChĂˇvez, the founder of the Fifth Republic Movement and the current President of Venezuela.
Bolivarianism Bolivarianism is a set of political doctrines that enjoys currency in parts of South America, especially Venezuela. Bolivarianism is eponymous with SimĂłn BolĂvar, the 19th century Venezuelan general and liberator who led the struggle for independence throughout much of South America.
Bolivian Coriander Bolivian coriander, quillquiĂ±a (also spelled quirquiĂ±a or quilquiĂ±a), or killi is an herbaceous plant whose leaves can be used as a seasoning. Their taste has been described as "somewhere between arugula, cilantro and rue.
Bolivian gas referendum, 2004 Bolivia held a referendum on the future of its natural gas reserves on Sunday, 18 July 2004. The referendum was one of the first promises made by President Carlos Mesa upon assuming the presidency in the aftermath of the Bolivian Gas War of October 2003 that saw his predecessor, Gonzalo SĂˇnchez de Lozada, forced to resign and to flee the country.
Bolivian Gas War The Bolivian Gas War was a social conflict in Bolivia centering on the exploitation of the country's vast natural gas reserves. The expression can be extended to refer to the general conflict in Bolivia over the exploitation of gas resources, thus including the 2005 protests and the election of Evo Morales as president.
Bolivian legislative election, 2005 The 2005 Bolivian legislative election was held simultaneously with the presidential election on 18 December 2005. The elections were held to elect a new National Congress, comopsed of the Chamber of Deputies and Senate, for a full four-year term.
Bolivian Naval Force The Bolivian Naval Force, formerly Bolivian Navy (in Spanish, Armada Boliviana) does exist, though the country has been landlocked for almost 150 years. Bolivia has large rivers that are tributaries to the Amazon, these are patrolled to prevent smuggling and drug trafficking.
Bolivian presidential election, 2005 The 2005 Bolivian presidential election was held on December 18, 2005. The two main candidates were Evo Morales of the Movement for Socialism (MAS) Party, and Jorge Quiroga, leader of the Democratic and Social Power (PODEMOS) Party and former head of the AcciĂłn DemocrĂˇtica Nacionalista (ADN) Party.
Bolivian Socialist Falange The Bolivian Socialist Falange (Spanish: Falange Socialista Boliviana) was a Bolivian party established in the year 1937. Of right-of-center persuasion, it was the country's second-largest party between approximately 1954 and 1974.
Bolivian Workers' Center The Bolivian Workers' Center (Spanish: Central Obrera Boliviana, COB) is the chief trade union federation in Bolivia. It was founded in 1952 following the national revolution that brought the Revolutionary Nationalist Movement to power.
Boliviana negra Also known as supercoca or la millionaria, Boliviana Negra is a relatively new form of coca that is resistant to herbicide Roundup, or the isopropylamine salt of glyphosate. The coca plant is the precursor to the addictive stimulant cocaine, one of the most widely consumed illegal drugs in the world and the source of large amounts of money to various criminal organizations.
Bolkly Bolkly (Bokla is more commonly used by Alexandrians, Arabic:Ř¨ŮŚŮŮ„Ů‰ ), is a neighbourhood in Alexandria, Egypt; Bordered by Roushdy to the West and Fleming to the East. It was named after the Swiss Artist Paul Klee, who lived in the area in the earlier part of the 20th Century.
Bolko II of Ĺšwidnica Bolko of Ĺšwidnica, the Small, (1309/1312-28 July 1368) was a duke of Ĺšwidnica from 1326, duke of Jawor from 1346, duke of Lusatia from 1364, duke of half of Brzeg and OĹ‚awa from 1358; duke of Siewierz from 1359; duke of half GĹ‚ogĂłw and Ĺšcinawa from 1361. He was the last independent duke of the Piast dynasty in Silesia.
Boll weevil The boll weevil (Anthonomus grandis) is a beetle measuring an average length of six millimeters (ÂĽÂ inch). The insect crossed the Rio Grande near Brownsville, Texas to enter the United States from Mexico in 1892 and reached southeastern Alabama in 1915.
Boll Weevil (restaurant) Boll Weevil is a chain of casual dining restaurants in San Diego, California, specializing in hamburgers. It was founded in 1966 by husband and wife Fred and Lorraine Halleman, and was known as the Home of the Â˝ Lb.
Bolla In ancient Albanian mythology, the Bolla (known as Bullar in South Albania) is 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.
Boller Brothers The Boller Brothers was an architectural firm based in Kansas City, Missouri which specialized in theater design in the Midwest of the United States during the first half of the 20th century. Carl Heinrich Boller (1868-1946) and Robert Otto Boller (1887-1962) can be credited with the design of almost 100 classic theaters ranging from small vaudeville houses to grand movie palaces.
Bolli Bollasson Bolli Bollasson was a key historical character in the Medieval Icelandic LaxdĹ“la saga, well regarded among the contempory Scandinavian rulers, and was the first known Norseman in the Varangian Guard.Sagas of the Icelanders, Penguin Group He was born in 1004 in Orlygsstadir, at Helgafell on the Snflls Peninsula in Iceland; the son of Bolli Ăžorleiksson and GuĂ°rĂşn Ă“svĂfursdĂłttir, the two central characters of the saga.
Bolliger & Mabillard Bolliger and Mabillard (B&M) is a roller coaster manufacturer based in Monthey, Switzerland. The company was founded in the late 1980s by Walter Bolliger and Claude Mabillard and produced the first inverted rollercoaster in 1992 Bolliger & Mabillard also features the most steel coasters on the Amusement Today Golden Ticket Awards for the Top 50 Steel Coasters for 2005, 21/50 coasters are B&M's.
Bollingen Prize The Bollingen Prize, awarded every two years by the Bollingen Foundation, is a prestigious literary honor bestowed on a poet in recognition of the best book of new verse within the last two years, or for lifetime achievement. It rewards a cash prize, currently $25,000.
Bollington Bollington () is a small town Bollington Town - Cheshire County Council in Cheshire, England, north of Macclesfield and east of Prestbury. In the Middle Ages it was part of the Earl of Chester's manor of Macclesfield.
Bollmora Bollmora is the central district and municipal seat of TyresĂ¶ Municipality in Sweden. Together with major parts of the other two main districts of TyresĂ¶, TrollbĂ¤cken and Old TyresĂ¶, Bollmora forms a conurbation with the Stockholm urban area.
Bollock dagger The bollock dagger or ballock knife is a type of dagger with a distinctively shaped haft, with two oval swellings at the guard resembling male genitalia (or bollocks). The guard is often in one piece with the wooden grip, and reinforced on top with a shaped metal washer.
Bollocks "Bollocks" is a word meaning testicles in British English and in Hiberno-English. The word is often used figuratively, most commonly as a noun to mean "nonsense" or as an expletive following a minor accident or misfortune, but also in a number of other ways; as an adjective to mean "poor quality" or "useless", also as an adjective to mean "top quality" or "perfection" (e.
Bollocks to Alton Towers Bollocks to Alton Towers: Uncommonly British Days Out (ISBN 0-14-102120-9) is a humorous travel book written by Robin Halstead, Jason Hazeley, Alex Morris and Joel Morris (the creators of The Framley Examiner), which showcases unusual attractions, leftfield museums and one-off days out in the United Kingdom.The introduction describes the book as "a collection of the underdogs of British tourism...
BollorĂ© BollorĂ© is a French investment and industrial holding group Headquartered in Puteaux, on the western outskirts of Paris, France. The group, a paper-energy-plantations-logistics conglomerate, employs 33,000 people around the world.
BollorĂ© Blue Car The BollorĂ© Blue Car is a small electric car built by the battery manufacturer BollorĂ© from Quimper, France. The bubble shaped car, originally code named VBE1, was designed with help by engineers from Renault and was built by the manufacturer to showcase a new range of electric battery power cells.
Bollyhood Bolly-Hood or Bollyhood is a term used to describe the growing phenomenon of fusion music made up of Indian sounds, R&B and hip hop. Made popular by mainstream producers such as Timbaland and Scott Storch, the movement has grown momentum among South Asian youth around the world and created its own artists such as Jay Sean and Raghav.
Bollywood films and plagiarism The Indian film industry centered in Mumbai, known as Bollywood, is an extremely prolific industry. Because films are often made quickly, on limited budgets, there is much incentive for certain scriptwriters and music directors to plagiarize.
Bollywood/Hollywood Bollywood/Hollywood is a 2002 film by Indo-Canadian director Deepa Mehta. It is a notable movie in that it is lighthearted, humorous, and family-oriented in nature, as opposed to Mehta's other films (most notably her Elements Trilogy of Fire, Earth, and Water), which feature very serious themes and focus on social issues.
Bolnagri BolNagri (ŕ¤¬ŕĄ‹ŕ¤˛ŕ¤¨ŕ¤ľŕ¤—ŕ¤°ŕĄ€) is a phonetic input method for unicode fonts in Devanagari in GNU/Linux and other platforms using xkb, the input library for the X Window System. It is developed in collaboration with IndLinux at Sarai.
Bolnhurst Bolnhurst () is a village in the Bedford district of Bedfordshire, England, about eight miles north of Bedford itself, and eight miles west of St Neots. The village is part of the civil parish of Bolnhurst and Keysoe.
Bolo (breakout clone) Bolo is a computer game for the Atari ST, using the high resolution monochrome monitor. It builds on the concept of classic Breakout games, but introduces numerous additions such as gravity, exploding bricks, tunnelling, etc.
Bolo (computer game) Bolo is a video game originally developed for the Apple II computer by Synergistic Software in 1982. An update inspired by the original was created for the BBC Micro computer by Stuart Cheshire in 1987, and later ported to the Macintosh in its most popular incarnation.
Bolo knife A bolo is a kind of machete, used particularly in the jungles of Indonesia, the Philippines, and in the sugar fields of Cuba. Like other machetes it is primarily intended for clearing vegetation (whether for agriculture or during trailblazing).
Bolo Yeung Yang Sze (), better known as Bolo Yeung (born in Guangzhou, China, on July 3, 1938) is a former competitive bodybuilder and a martial arts film actor. Primarily cast as the villain in the movies he stars in, he is best known for his performances as Bolo in Enter the Dragon and as Chong Li in Bloodsport, and also for his many appearances in martial arts B-movies.
Boloco Boloco (formerly The Wrap) is a chain of restaurants that features inspired burritos, wraps, salads, and smoothies in its menu. It has 9 restaurants in the greater Boston area, spread out through the financial district, the campuses of many city-based colleges, and the hospital district.
Bolodon Bolodon is a genus of extinct mammal from the Lower Cretaceous of Europe, and possibly the Upper Jurassic of North America. It was a member of the extinct order of Multituberculata and lived at the same time as dinosaurs.
Bologna massacre The Bologna massacre () was a terrorist bombing at the Central Station of Bologna, Italy on the morning of August 2, 1980, which killed 85 people and wounded more than 200. The far-right terrorist organization Ordine Nuovo has been accused of it, while two SISMI (Italian secret service) agents and the headmaster of P2 masonic lodge, Licio Gelli, were convicted for investigation diversion.
Bologna process The purpose of the Bologna process is to create the European higher education area by making academic degree standards and quality assurance standards more comparable and compatible throughout Europe. It is named after the place it was proposed, the University of Bologna with the signing, in 1999, of the Bologna declaration by ministers of education from 29 European countries in the Italian city of Bologna.
Bologna sausage Bologna sausage is an American version of the Italian mortadella (a finely hashed/ground pork sausage with lard pieces). The American version can alternatively be made out of chicken, turkey, beef, pork, or soybeans.
Bolognese sauce Bolognese sauce (ragĂą alla bolognese in Italian, also known by its French name sauce bolognaise) is a meat based sauce for pasta originating in Bologna, Italy. Bolognese sauce is sometimes taken to be a tomato sauce but authentic recipes have only a very small amount of tomato, perhaps a couple of tablespoons of tomato paste.
Bolognese School (painting) The Bolognese School or the School of Bologna of painting flourished in Bologna, the capital of Emilia Romagna, between the 16th and 17th centuries in Italy, and rivalled Florence and Rome as the center of painting. Its most important representatives include the Carrracci family, including Ludovico and his two cousins, the brothers Agostino and Annibale.
Bologoye Bologoye or Bologoe () is a town in Tver Oblast, Russia, the administrative centre of Bologovsky District and a major railway hub. It is located approximately half-way between Moscow and Saint Petersburg on a railway route connecting the two cities.
Bolonchen Bolonchen or Bolonchen de RejĂłn is a town in the state of Campeche, Mexico, about 120 km west from the state capital, Campeche, Campeche. The name "Bolonchen" means "Nine Wells" in the Maya language.
Boloso Sore Boloso Sore is one of the 77 woredas in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples' Region of Ethiopia. Part of the Semien Omo Zone, Boloso Sore is bordered on the south by Sodo Zuria, on the southwest by Kindo Koysha, on the west by Loma Bosa, on the north by the Kembata Alaba and Tembaro Zone, on the northeast by the Hadiya Zone, and on the east by Damot Gale.
Bolpur Bolpur (Bengali: ŕ¦¬ŕ§‹ŕ¦˛ŕ¦Şŕ§ŕ¦°) is a municipality in Birbhum District in the state of West Bengal, India. It is 145 km north of Kolkata and is best known for the proximity to Visva Bharati, the university set up by Rabindranath Tagore the Nobel laureate poet.
Bolsa de Madrid Bolsa de Madrid (Madrid Stock Exchange) is the largest and most international of Spain's four regional stock exchanges located in Barcelona, Valencia, and Bilbao that trade shares and convertible bonds and fixed income securities, both government and private-sector debt.
Bolsa de Valores de Colombia The Bolsa de Valores de Colombia, also known as BVC, is the principal stock exchange of Colombia. It was created on July 3, 1001 by the union of three extant stock exchanges in Colombia: Bolsa de BogotĂˇ, Bolsa de MedellĂn and the Bolsa de Occidente in Cali.
Bolsa de Valores de la RepĂşblica Dominicana Bolsa de Valores de la RepĂşblica Dominicana (Stock Market of the Dominican Republic, BVRD) is the only stock exchange in the Dominican Republic, basically performing a transaction regulation function. It began operations in 1991 and is viewed as a cornerstone of the country's integration into the global economy and domestic development.
Bolsa FamĂlia Bolsa FamĂlia, roughly translated as "Family Stipend" or "Family Scholarship" in English, is a part of Fome Zero a Brazilian governmental welfare program. Bolsa FamĂlia provides a financial aid to poor and indigent Brazilian families with conditions, the children must attend school and be vaccineted.
Bolsa Chica bicycle path The Bolsa Chica bicycle path is a mixed-use path that runs adjacent to the sand along the length of Bolsa Chica State Beach down through Huntington City Beach. It is designed for leisurely cruises, and riders will be stopped by the lifeguards and told to slow down for exceeding the 10 mph limit.
Bolsa Chica State Ecological Reserve The Bolsa Chica State Ecological Reserve is a California wildlife reserve located in western Orange County, California surrounded by the city of Huntington Beach. Constitutionally, it is a state ecological reserve managed by the California Department of Fish and Game, designated to protect an estuarine tidal saltwater marsh habitat, with its resident threatened and endangered species.
BolsĂ¸y Bridge BolsĂ¸y Bridge (BolsĂ¸ybrua) is a concrete beam bridge that crosses BolsĂ¸ysundet between the mainland and BolsĂ¸ya near the town of Molde in MĂ¸re og Romsdal county in Norway. The bridge is 555 metres long, the longest span is 55 metres, and the maximum clearance to the sea is 16 metres.
Bolshakovo Bolshakovo (), also referred to as Bolshakovo-Novoye (); until 1938â€”GroĂź Skaisgirren, from 1938 to 1946â€”Kreuzingen) is a settlement located in the southern part of Slavsky District of Kaliningrad Oblast, Russia, 90Â km from Kaliningrad. The adjective "Novoye" (new) is sometimes used to distinguish it from an eponymous village in Ivanovo Oblast of Russia.
Bolshaya Belaya River The Bolshaya Belaya River (Russian: Đ‘ĐľĐ»ŃŚŃĐ°ĚŃŹ Đ‘ĐµĚĐ»Đ°ŃŹ) is a river in Irkutsk Oblast and Buryatia in Russia, a tributary of the Angara River, which flows into the Bratsky Reservoir. Its length is 359Â km (223 miles).
Bolshaya Laba River Laba River or Bolshaya Laba River (Big Laba River, Đ‘ĐľĐ»ŃŚŃĐ°ŃŹ Đ›Đ°Đ±Đ°) is a 214 km long river in Northern Caucasus, Russian Federation. It is a left tributary of Kuban River, which it meets in Ust-Labinsk.
Bolshaya Muksalma Bolshaya Muksalma () - one of the Solovetsky Islands is situated to the east from the Bolshoy Solovetsky and connected with it by ancient dam. The dam (called "stone bridge") was made by monks in 1865 - 1871.
Bolshaya Nikitskaya Street Bolshaya Nikitskaya Street (Russian: ĐťĐ¸ĐşĐ¸Ń‚ŃĐşĐ°ŃŹ ŃĐ»Đ¸Ń†Đ°, Nikitskaya Ulitsa) is a major street that runs from Mokhovaya Street to Garden Ring in Moscow. It runs parallel to the more famous New Arbat (a few blocks to the south) and Tverskaya Street (to the north).