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Afghan

, Afghani
1. a native, citizen, or inhabitant of Afghanistan
2. another name for Pashto (the language)

Afghani

 

the monetary unit of Afghanistan, introduced in 1926, replacing the Kabul rupee. The afghani is divided into 100 puls. On the exchange of the Gosbank (State Bank) of the USSR, 100 afghanis were equal to 2 rubles, 1 kopek (April 1970).

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The Pakistan-based news agency said the Afghani plummeted in Peshawar to 60,000 to the U.
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the Afghani people, noting the humanitarian efforts exerted by the society in
Holbrooke said that while Pakistan's military offensive against the Taliban in South Waziristan and Swat is going on for almost six months, the army is yet to take any solid steps against the Afghani Taliban.
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