So for seventeen years the three polos abode in the Khan's service in China.
At length the three polos expressed a desire to return to Venice.
The three polos started by way of Palestine and not by the Crimea, as in the previous expedition.
They were principally drawn from the fallos, or local tax in redemption of polos or personal service.
He also welcomed those adventurous Italians, the polos, and sought to make use of them to open communication with Europe.
The earliest of these followed immediately on the return of the elder polos from Central Asia .
The three polos started by way of Palestine and not by the Crimea, as in their previous expedition.
Mat so prepared is called caa gazu or yerva do polos, and is chiefly used in Brazil.
She wears a polos, and has a tympanum in the left hand, and has a lion by her left side.
The earliest horologe or hour measurer of which history makes mention is that called the polos, and the Gnomon.
1872, Anglo-Indian polo, from Balti (Tibetan language of the Indus valley) polo "ball," related to Tibetan pulu "ball." An ancient game in south Asia, first played in England at Aldershot, 1871. Water polo is from 1876 (in early versions players sometimes paddled about on barrels or in canoes). Polo shirt (1892) originally was a kind worn by polo players.