pul


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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]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
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
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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.
He informed that the diversions had been made from Zero Point where no traffic was allowed to enter Koral Chowk, Khanna Pul areas leading towards Kak Pul.
A case has been registered at Pul Prahladpur Police Station and Ranjeet and Krishna have been arrested.
According to Coffey, the Liberian construction company [will] generate the money that will be spent on the project, after which the facility will be turned over to the PUL as per the ongoing agreement.
Taliban fighters have been threatening oil fields around the city of Sar-e Pul as they have stepped up operations with the apparent aim of strengthening their position during peace talks with U.S.
It collided with the truck, transporting bananas, coming from Sindh near Grang Pul at 11am.
Qaswar is a resident of Pul Bagar and it was his second marriage.
According to rescue 1122, the truck overturned after its tie-rod dislocated at village Tara Garh near Sodewal Pul.
A spokesman for the Sar-e Pul provincial governor reportedly said militants were gathering to the east of Sar-e Pul city, warning "the centre will fall to the Taliban" if the government did not send more troops.
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.
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.