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Kula is a district of East Maui that stretches across the upcountry, western-facing slopes of Haleakala (the East Maui volcano), from Makawao to Ulupalakua. ... Baba Vida fortress in Vidin Vidin Province is the northwesternmost province of Bulgaria. ... Kula is a town and municipality in West Backa District of Vojvodina, Serbia. ... Kula is a town and a district of Manisa Province of Turkey. ... Kula is a volcanic field located in western Turkey. ... The Kula Plate was an ancient tectonic plate, which began subducting as Pangaea broke apart during the Jurassic period. ... The tectonic plates of the world were mapped in the second half of the 20th century. ... Subduction of an oceanic plate The Juan de Fuca plate sinks below the North America plate at the Cascadia subduction zone. ... North America North America is a continent[1] in the Earths northern hemisphere and (chiefly) western hemisphere. ...

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Kula High and Intermediate School (420 words)
Kula promotes the highest and most harmonious development of the student for the benefit of society as well as fulfillment of self.
Kula's goal is to provide an environment which allows each individual to flourish and develop in their own unique way as they prepare for higher educational achievement.
Kula acknowledges that the intention of education is to cultivate an openness of mind, which creates new connections and heightens our awareness of self and others.
Kula (1438 words)
Kula is a ritualised trading culture existing in eastern Papua New Guinea.
Kula is the basis of mental and physical well-being.
The Kula tradition is carried by word of mouth and is symbolised by the objects Soulava and Mwali, or bagi as they are known in different parts of Papua New Guinea.
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