Pulo


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Pulo

 

(also pul), a Russian copper coin of the 15th and early 16th centuries, minted in Moscow, Tver’, Novgorod, Pskov, and other cities. No fixed ratio existed between the pub, den’ga, and ruble.

The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition (1970-1979). © 2010 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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In order to accommodate the freight activities, government of Special Capital Region of Jakarta developed two freight terminals, namely Pulo Gebang Terminal and Tanah Merdeka Terminal.
Due to Marco's point of departure being erroneously given in the Travels as being from Java rather than, as was actually the case, from Champa, the locations of the places subsequently mentioned, Sondur and Condur (Pulo Condore, the Con Son Islands), Locach/Beach (Cambodia), Peutan (Bintan, at the mouth of the Straits of Singapore), Maletur (a province of Sumatra) and Java Minor (Sumatra), were mistakenly displaced far to the south.
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Ademas, Duvi se puede definir como una fuente de autoridad porque busca temas internos de la Universidad que la prestigian en el exterior, como por ejemplo dar pulo informativo a las investigaciones que se llevan a cabo en los laboratorios, forjando una imagen vanguardista e innovadora de la universidad viguesa.