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1. A town of central Mexico north of Mexico City. Impressive Toltec ruins have been discovered on the site.
2. A city of western Russia south of Moscow. First mentioned in 1146, it was an important fortress in the 1500s and became an armament-manufacturing center in 1712.
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(Russian ˈtulə)
(Placename) an industrial city in W central Russia. Pop: 460 000 (2005 est)
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(ˈtu lə)

1. a city in the W Russian Federation, S of Moscow. 540,000.
2. a city in SW Hidalgo, in central Mexico, NW of Mexico City: site of Toltec ruins. 36,460.
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