pula

pula

[poo-lah]
noun
a cupronickel coin, paper money, and monetary unit of Botswana, equal to 100 thebe: replaced the rand in 1976.
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Pula

[poo-lah]
noun
a seaport in W Croatia, on the Istrian Peninsula.
Also, Pulj.
Italian Pola.
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pula (ˈpʊlə)
 
n
the standard monetary unit of Botswana, divided into 100 thebe

Pula (Croatian ˈpuːla)
 
n
Latin name: Pietas Julia, Italian name: Pola a port in NW Croatia at the S tip of the Istrian Peninsula: made a Roman military base in 178 bc; became the main Austro-Hungarian naval station and passed to Italy in 1919, to Yugoslavia in 1947, and is now in independent Croatia. Pop: 67 000 (2007 est)

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pula

major port and industrial centre and seat of the kotar regional administration in Croatia, at the southern tip of the Istria Peninsula at the head of the Bay of Pula. It is linked to Trieste and Ljubljana by road and rail. Pula has a large, almost landlocked harbour in which there is a naval base and the Uljanik shipyards.

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