from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See Table at currency.
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- n. A subdivision of currency, equal to a 1/100th of an Afghan afghani.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In physical, a proposed unit for the measurement, in the French system, of the time integral of forces; one dyne acting for one second.
- n. A simplified spelling of pull.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. 100 puls equal 1 afghani in Afghanistan
Such silliness is great for the ratings, but pul-ese!
All he did was say that he would pul troops out of iraq gadually as the situation allows it and when/if the iraqi government would get its ass in gear and start a functioning government on their own ..
This root supposedly comes from Proto-Indo-European * pul - which otherwise has only an obscure Greek cognate transcribed as pylinx and meaning hair on the posterior, and an Old Indian root pula meaning when your hairs standing on end.
Χi-m, culsl leprnal, pśl varχ-ti cerine pul alumnaθ, pul hermu huzrna-tre;
I've abandoned the idea that pul is a relative pronoun declined in the type-II genitive, which should probably have been written *pl if it were so, because it causes too many structural and semantic difficulties in this passage.
In the first clause, the preterite verb cerine precedes what may be two nouns, pul and alumnaθ.
Just when he is about to pul out his pistol a guy comes up to Slater and Micheals with a police file.
Sexual sins were addressed loudly and regularly from the pul pits, especially by women preachers, whom we called missionaries.
The original chickens are fed soylent green, which is made from dead Pee-pul, who died prematurely from the double-down induced coronary infarct.
Χim culsl leprnal pśl varχti cerine pul alumnaθ pul hermu huzrna-treThings aren't so simple.