“Norway lost its innocence today,” a grim-faced ola Borten Moe, the minister of oil and energy, told The Daily Beast.
I connected with ola, along with several co-conspirators, a few weeks after the encampment began on the Sukkot holiday.
Some of the leadership and folks of ola were deeply suspicious of religious involvement.
used to form nouns An emphatic instance or humorous version of what is indicated: buckola/ crapola/ schnozzola
[1940s+; probably modeled on Pianola2 and Victrola2 , both found by 1905; -ola compounds proliferated after the Charles Van Doren payola scandal of 1959; -ola compounds, numbering about 40, offer no real semantic core]