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pul

(puːl)
n, pl puls or puli (ˈpuːlɪ)
(Currencies) an Afghan monetary unit worth one hundredth of an afghani
[via Persian from Turkish: small coin, from Late Greek phollis bag for money, from Latin follis bag]

pul

(pul)

n., pl. puls, pu•li (ˈpu li)
a monetary unit of Afghanistan, equal to 1/100 of the afghani.
[1925–30; < Persian pūl < Turkish pul]
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Noun1.pul - 100 puls equal 1 afghani in Afghanistan
Afghan monetary unit - monetary unit in the Islamic State of Afghanistan
afghani - the basic unit of money in Afghanistan
References in classic literature ?
To this day their manners remain the same They have been observed to enter a tent, and actually pul some meat from beneath the head of a sleeping seaman.
Coffey adds that the PUL could not call the names of media institutions or journalists investigated for ethical violations because the electoral process which necessitated the complaints had already ended.
According to Kot Radha Kishan police, the accused, identified as Sarfraz Maseeh, was intercepted by a police team near Pul Ghunike for snap-checking.
The agreement was concluded on the same conditions as agreed in the Share Purchase Agreement signed by Misen Energy AB (publ) and PUL in July 2017.
The functional tasks of the PUL are subdivided into three subscales reflecting disease progression from proximal to distal (from the middle of the body outward): (1) High-level: shoulder dimension; (2) Mid-level: elbow dimension; and (3) Distal-level: wrist and finger dimension.
The residents of the Khana pul, Tramari and other adjacent areas on Friday have protested against low gas pressure and demanded of the authorities concerned to initiate effective measures for the immediate resolution of this problem.
Defector's Govt : When Tuki's rival Kalikho Pul rebelled against him in December, the latter did not have the requisite number to evade the Anti-Defection Act.
The local insurgent leader named Aziz Ullah was detained after ANP launched a special operation in Sangcharak district, Sari Pul province late Saturday," it said in a statement.
1 Incidence of PUL is 8-10% but some studies have reported incidence of 8-31%.
Multiple hypotheses exist concerning the aetiology of PUL with as yet no clear-cut answer.
As INPUB, PUL and INER satisfy first-order cointegration, we can further inspect whether there is cointegration relationship between variables.
Van Pul also consulted several Flemish newspapers to flesh out the human face of the battle.