Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of aul.

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Examples

  • She takes 'em aboard, over'auls 'em, gives 'em new stores and torpedoes. "

    The Cruise of the Dry Dock

  • Lermontov, who served bravely at Grozny, wrote with compassion of the burning auls the Russian troops left behind, the murdered children and elders, the raped women.

    The Return

  • As for the clans, the culture of the mountain auls, the blood feuds, they had faded into the background as the republic modernized.

    The Return

  • Lermontov, who served bravely at Grozny, wrote with compassion of the burning auls the Russian troops left behind, the murdered children and elders, the raped women.

    The Return

  • The Chechens lived in villages, or auls, of clay-plastered, windowless cottages with roofs of thatch and earth, grazing sheep, goats and cattle.

    The Return

  • The Chechens lived in villages, or auls, of clay-plastered, windowless cottages with roofs of thatch and earth, grazing sheep, goats and cattle.

    The Return

  • Lermontov, who served bravely at Grozny, wrote with compassion of the burning auls the Russian troops left behind, the murdered children and elders, the raped women.

    The Return

  • As for the clans, the culture of the mountain auls, the blood feuds, they had faded into the background as the republic modernized.

    The Return

  • As for the clans, the culture of the mountain auls, the blood feuds, they had faded into the background as the republic modernized.

    The Return

  • The Chechens lived in villages, or auls, of clay-plastered, windowless cottages with roofs of thatch and earth, grazing sheep, goats and cattle.

    The Return

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