from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of northwest Croatia on the Adriatic Sea. Captured by Rome in 178 B.C., it was a major naval station of the Hapsburg empire and passed to Italy in 1919 and to Yugoslavia in 1947. Population: 58,500.
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- proper n. the largest city in Istria, in Croatia
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- n. the basic unit of money in Botswana
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My parents visited Croatia about 3-4 times, they were in Pula once if I remember well.
He spends his days drinking and playing cards at a restaurant in Pula on the shore of the Adriatic.
In Bot - swana rain is considered a bless - ing so much that the currency of Botswana is called the Pula, the Setswana word for rain.
At the conclusion of his speech he asked people to stand and he shouted: "Pula" (rain).
The Flying Duck, Renfield Street, FriPatric BairdLast year's Outlook festival lured reggae and dubstep lovers from around the world to the Croatian coastal town of Pula.
Kingston carded six birdies against one bogey at the 6,915-yard Pula Golf Club and is two shots ahead of Spain's Alvaro Velasco.
This stretch of road skirts the coast, and if the draw of the sparkling Mediterranean Sea on your left proves too alluring to resist, follow signs after Pula for Chia, a vast expanse of white sand and blue water is considered one of the most beautiful beaches in southern Sardinia.
From Cagliari, follow SS195 south past Sarroch and Pula.
As they neared the outskirts of the Croatian town of Pula, Rob Hutton told the team to back off.
“It says Pula attracts large numbers of German, Scandinavian, Italian, and other tourists through early fall,” she replied.
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