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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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Examples

  • My parents visited Croatia about 3-4 times, they were in Pula once if I remember well.

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  • He spends his days drinking and playing cards at a restaurant in Pula on the shore of the Adriatic.

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  • 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.

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  • At the conclusion of his speech he asked people to stand and he shouted: "Pula" (rain).

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • From Cagliari, follow SS195 south past Sarroch and Pula.

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  • As they neared the outskirts of the Croatian town of Pula, Rob Hutton told the team to back off.

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  • “It says Pula attracts large numbers of German, Scandinavian, Italian, and other tourists through early fall,” she replied.

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