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For kids who are comfortable with problem-solving and risk-taking, “the future is a world of possibilities,” Pula added.Inventive New Jersey siblings prove that good ideas can come at any age|Marylou Tousignant|January 17, 2022|Washington Post
Their money, the pula, is worth more than the money of South Africa.
Datu Pula, a strong chief worthy of trust and a man of prestige, died before the expiration of the year 1883.The History of Sulu|Najeeb M. Saleeby
After that we watched for ever so long at the edge of the jungle— Sudah-lah bagitu br-apa lama pula kita meng-endap di-tepi hutan.A Manual of the Malay language|William Edward Maxwell
Before the people disperse, the day of the pula-kuli is settled.
The word Pulayan is said to be derived from pula, meaning pollution.
When on the summit, he raises his rod heavenward, and calls "Pula ha-e-na a bolokue" (Rain come down and save us).Basutoland|Minnie Martin