Mulada

Mu·la'da noun A moor. [ Scot.] Lockhart.
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Mulada

Mu·la'da noun [ Spanish Amer., from Spanish mulo , mula , a mule.] A drove of mules. [ Southwest. U.S.]
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Mulada

• (n.) A moor. • (n.) A drove of mules.
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Mulada

Mulada (מולדה) is a Bedouin village in the Negev desert in southern Israel. The village covers 11,000 dunams (900 hectares) and is home to the al-Atrash and al-Hawashla tribes. It falls under the jurisdiction of Al-Kasom Regional Council. In 2011 it had a population of 209. The village was established following Government Resolution 881 on 29
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