- n leaf or strip from a leaf of the talipot palm used in India for writing paper
- The Second Part, usually done before a curtain while the first act scenery was changed, was a vaudeville known as the Olio (supposedly derived from the Spanish "olla" as in olla .
- To foreigners the graceful Spanish mantilla, a veil of cobwebby black or white lace worn on the heads of Spanish ladies,-is as typical of the country as bull fighting or olla .
- A skillfully concocted olla podrida of Latin American nightclub idioms sizzling in Stravinskian sauce with occasional Straussian dumplings.
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- Polk County Fair
It is sort of like a car accident: You can't help but to be drawn in by the spectacle and then go gawk. And the great food at the Concordia Church food stand is a draw. So I went in last night to the fair for a plate of meatballs and gravy. And custard pie! It took me over an hour. Visit, visit, visit. Yesterday afternoon, I stopped to visit Aunt Olla at the Hilton. She was in good spirits and ...
July 12, 2013 - Devils Lake Journal