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Pu·las·ki

 (po͝o-lăs′kē, pə-), Casimir 1747-1779.
Polish patriot and general who aided American forces in the Revolutionary War, commanding the defense of Charleston (1779) and leading a cavalry brigade in the siege of Savannah.
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Pu•las•ki

(pəˈlæs ki)

n.
Count Casimir, 1748–79, Polish patriot; general in the American Revolutionary army.
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