[foo-luh, foo l-uh]
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Light amber in color with a subtle sour finish, Fula is one of Casa Bruja's best sellers.
Casa Bruja's Fula Farmacia Blond Ale sells for $1.95 at Bodega Mi Amiga.
I order a pint a Fula Farmacia, Casa Bruja's 4.7 percent Blond Ale.
The Fula, as also most of the Hausa, are Moslems, the other tribes are pagans.
Subsequently, under the control of Moorish, Tuareg and Fula invaders, the importance of the city greatly declined.
The Fula, however, maintained the Yoruba system of government, which places the chief power in a council of elders.
It has been erroneously stated that the Fula imposed Mahommedanism on the Hausa states.
Kano submitted to the Fula without much resistance, and under them in the first half of the 19th century flourished greatly.
- plural -la, -las, -lah or -lahs a member of a pastoral nomadic people of W and central Africa, living chiefly in the sub-Sahara region from Senegal to N Cameroon: a racial mixture of light-skinned Berber peoples of the North and darker-skinned W Africans
- the language of this people; Fulani
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