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Bona Vista
... Bona Vista (1889–1909) was a British Thoroughbred racehorse ... After retiring from racing Bona Vista became a successful stallion, siring Ascot Gold Cup winner Cyllene ... Through his son Cyllene and grandson Polymelus, Bona Vista's sire line is the most dominant in Thoroughbred racehorses today ...
Bona Of Pisa
... Bona of Pisa (c ... In 1962, Bona of Pisa was canonised by Pope John XXIII as patron saint of flight attendants ...
Stanislaus Vincent Bona - Biography
... Stanislaus Bona was born in Chicago, Illinois, to John and Catherine (née Smigiel) Bona, who had immigrated to the United States from Poland in 1881 ... On December 18, 1931, Bona was appointed the second Bishop of Grand Island, Nebraska, by Pope Pius XI ... On December 2, 1944, Bona was named Coadjutor Bishop of the Diocese of Green Bay, Wisconsin, and Titular Bishop of Mela by Pope Pius XII ...
Mansour Ebrahimzadeh - Coaching Career - Assistantship of Sepahan - Luka Bonačić (2006-08)
... On 1 June 2006, Luka Bonačić becomes head coach of Sepahan and Ebrahimzadeh was named as one of his assistants ... Bonačić give more power to Ebrahimzadeh as the other assistants ... He also led Zob Ahan in the 2007 Hazfi Cup Final Second Leg when Bonačić was traveled to his country for personal reasons ...
Bona, Sweden
... Bona is a town in Sweden located near Motala in Östergötland County. ...

Famous quotes containing the word bona:

    If men will believe it, sua si bona norint, there are no more quiet Tempes, nor more poetic and Arcadian lives, than may be lived in these New England dwellings. We thought that the employment of their inhabitants by day would be to tend the flowers and herds, and at night, like the shepherds of old, to cluster and give names to the stars from the river banks.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    We have two kinds of “conference.” One is that to which the office boy refers when he tells the applicant for a job that Mr. Blevitch is “in conference.” This means that Mr. Blevitch is in good health and reading the paper, but otherwise unoccupied. The other type of “conference” is bona fide in so far as it implies that three or four men are talking together in one room, and don’t want to be disturbed.
    Robert Benchley (1889–1945)