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قاموس على الإنترنت

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Sola River; Soła River
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كمبيالة وحيدة ، كمبيالة من أصل واحد
  • conical hat]].
  • A 1902 pattern Wolseley style pith helmet used by British imperial forces.
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  • Royal Irish Regiment]], c. 1878.
  • A pith style helmet used by the [[Afrika Corps]] during World War II.
  • [[Herbert Mundin]] wearing a pith helmet in the 1936 film ''[[Tarzan Escapes]]''.
  • Spanish officers wearing pith helmets and ''[[rayadillo]]'' breeches, 1912
  • Spanish military uniforms in the [[Philippines]] in 1862 showing the original ''[[salakot]]'' (right) worn as part of a campaign uniform.
  • Firenze municipal police]] wearing pith-styled helmets
  • A 'Bombay Bowler' shola-style pith helmet from the Second World War era
  • Vietnamese soldier wearing a pith helmet in 2009
  • A marching band wearing pith helmets during the [[Fremont Solstice Parade]] in [[Fremont, California]], 2013.
  • Gold Coast]] wearing a pith helmet, 1953
  • American pith helmets]] on the ground before a graduation ceremony for a combat marksmanship course in 2010.
Wolseley helmet; Puggery; Pith helmets; Sun helmet; Pith Helmet; Topee; Home Service helmet; Home service helmet; Sola topi; Safari Helmet; Sola topee; Salacot; Tropical helmet; Shalakó; Salakhoff; Salaco; Salakof; Salakoff
قبعة من الفلين
Exchange market         
  • The "Huis ter Beurze" (center) in [[Bruges]], [[Belgium]]
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Exchange trading; Security exchange; Organized market; Exchange market; Stock and futures exchange; Financial exchange; Trading venue; Financial trading venue
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·noun The state of Solifidians.



The Soła (Polish: [ˈsɔwa]) is a river in southern Poland, a right tributary of the Vistula.

Soła originates in the Western Beskids mountain range near the border with Slovakia. It is made up of the confluence of several small creeks at the village of Rajcza. It runs downhill northeastwards through Żywiec Basin to the towns of Żywiec and Kęty, forming the border between the Silesian and the Żywiec Beskids. After 89 km (55 mi), the Soła empties into the Vistula River after having passed the town of Oświęcim.

The river flows within metres of the Auschwitz concentration camp. The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum informs that the human ashes and ground bones of those murdered there were often dumped into the river.

Soła flows through or near the following settlements: Rajcza, Milówka, Cisiec, Węgierska Górka, Cięcina, Radziechowy, Wieprz, Żywiec, Tresna, Czernichów, Międzybrodzie Żywieckie, Międzybrodzie Bialskie, Porąbka, Czaniec, Kobiernice, Kęty, Nowa Wieś, Hecznarowice, Bielany, Łęki, and Oświęcim.