Jolo

(from the article `Jolo`) ...acres (213 hectares). Jolo has considerable arable land that supports agriculture (rice, coconuts, cassava, fruits), but the principal economic ...
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Jolo

island and town, southwestern Philippines. The island, between the Sulu (west) and Celebes (east) seas, is characterized by lush tropical vegetation, ...
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Jolo

Jolo (hō'lō, hōlō') , island (345 sq mi/894 sq km), Sulu Archipelago, the Philippines. The seaport city, Jolo (1990 pop. 53,055), on the northwest coast of the island, is the capital of Sulu prov., the trading and shipping hub of the archipelago, and a Muslim center. ...
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Jolo

[island] = June 16 = == Where`s the article? == A few days ago I created an article in Spanish by translating the original English version but it`s not showing. Can you tell me why? —Preceding unsigned comment added by 205.170.235.246 (talk • contribs) == Referenced translations missing == The article Moonmilk has 7 links to other langu...
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