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n. (context often in the plural English) A subdivision of currency, equal to a 1/100th of a Croatian kuna
LIPA, the acronym, may stand for:
- Liquid Isopropyl Alcohol,
- League for Independent Political Action, an American progressive political organization established in 1928
- Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, a performing arts university in the English city of Liverpool
- Long Island Power Authority, a municipal subdivision of the State of New York that acquired the Long Island Lighting Company (LILCO)'s assets and securities in 1985.
- The ICAO code for Aviano Air Base, a NATO base in Italy.
Lipa may refer to:
Places in Asia:
- Lipa, Iran, Gilan Province, Iran
- Lipa, Batangas, a city in the Philippines
Places in Eastern Europe:
- Lipa, Estonia, a village in Estonia
- Lipa, Croatia, a village near Matulji
- Lipa (Negotino), a village in Negotino municipality in the Republic of Macedonia
- Lipa, Jawor County in Lower Silesian Voivodeship (south-west Poland)
- Lipa, Ząbkowice Śląskie County in Lower Silesian Voivodeship (south-west Poland)
- Lipa, Łódź Voivodeship (central Poland)
- Lipa, Przemyśl County in Subcarpathian Voivodeship (south-east Poland)
- Lipa, Jędrzejów County in Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship (south-central Poland)
- Lipa, Końskie County in Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship (south-central Poland)
- Lipa, Kreševo in Central Bosnia Canton (central Bosnia and Herzegovina)
- Lipa, Stalowa Wola County in Subcarpathian Voivodeship (south-east Poland)
- Lipa, Ciechanów County in Masovian Voivodeship (east-central Poland)
- Lipa, Gostynin County in Masovian Voivodeship (east-central Poland)
- Lipa, Kozienice County in Masovian Voivodeship (east-central Poland)
- Lipa, Płońsk County in Masovian Voivodeship (east-central Poland)
- Lipa, Przasnysz County in Masovian Voivodeship (east-central Poland)
- Lipa, Pułtusk County in Masovian Voivodeship (east-central Poland)
- Lipa, Chodzież County in Greater Poland Voivodeship (west-central Poland)
- Lipa, Oborniki County in Greater Poland Voivodeship (west-central Poland)
- Lipa, Pomeranian Voivodeship (north Poland)
- Lipa, Beltinci, in the Municipality of Beltinci, Slovenia
- Lipa, Dobrepolje, in the Municipality of Dobrepolje, Slovenia
- Lipa, Lukovica, in the Municipality of Lukovica, Slovenia
- Lipa, Miren-Kostanjevica, in the Municipality of Miren-Kostanjevica, Slovenia
- Lipa, Zreče, in the Municipality of Zreče, Slovenia
- Lipa pri Frankolovem, in the Municipality of Vojnik, Slovenia
- Lipa Schmeltzer, an American Hassidic entertainer
- Lipa (political party), political party in Slovenia
- The one-hundredth part of the Croatian kuna
- Lipa, given name, also a diminutive form of Lipman
Lípa is a village in the Havlíčkův Brod District, Vysočina Region of the Czech Republic. About 1024 people live there and it has 14,7 km². Lípa was first documented in 1351.
Category:Villages in Havlíčkův Brod District
Lipa ( Lime Tree) or Party Lime Tree is a nationalist political party in Slovenia. The party takes its name from the leaf of the lime tree, which has traditionally been an emblem favoured by the Slovenes.
The party was formed on 1 March 2008 after the Members of Parliament Sašo Peče, Barbara Žgajner Tavš and Boštjan Zagorac decided to quit the Slovenian National Party (SNS), following disagreements within the party. The party ran in the Slovenian parliamentary election, 2008 and achieved only 1.82% of the vote, thus losing its seats in parliament.The party did not participate in the early 2011 Slovenian parliamentary election on 4 December 2011.
Lípa (also known as Lípa nad Dřevnicí) is a village and municipality ( obec) in Zlín District in the Zlín Region of the Czech Republic.
The municipality covers an area of , and has a population of 717 (as at 3 July 2006).
Lípa lies on the Dřevnice river, approximately east of Zlín and east of Prague.
Lipa is a village in the municipality of Livno, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Usage examples of "lipa".
In the same story of Lipa and the child there is her husband, a certain swindler, who is condemned to hard labor.
Everything in the story, except the children and the child-wife Lipa, is going to be a succession of deceptions, a succession of masks.
Lipa meets on the road are probably bootleggers but Lipa sees them otherwise in the moonlight.
Apparently the family believed that Lipa had just been careless and had accidentally scalded the child by overturning a pot of hot water.
Ahead of them was Lipa, with her eyes turned toward the sky, she was singing in a high voice, carolling away as though exulting in the fact that at last the day was over and one might rest.
Varvara heard about Lipa from the matchmakers, and she drove over to Torguevo.
He was caught, brought back home and shoved, drunken, red with anger, and wet, into the room where the aunt was undressing Lipa, and was locked in.
As soon as her husband had driven out of the yard, Lipa was transformed and suddenly brightened up.
On Friday the 8th of July, Elizarov, nicknamed Crutch, and Lipa were returning from the village of Kazanskoe, where they had been to a service on the occasion of a church holiday in the honour of the Holy Mother of Kazan.
And Lipa, too, could not get used to it either, and after her husband had gone away she did not sleep in her bed, but lay down anywhere to sleep, in the kitchen or the barn, and every day she scrubbed the floor or washed the clothes, and felt as though she were hired by the day.
Only Lipa could not make out what it was all about and went on playing with her baby.
After this there was heard a scream such as had never been heard before in Ukleevo, and no one would have believed that a little weak creature like Lipa could scream like that.
Vavila got into the cart with the barrel and the old man and Lipa got into the other.
Near Kuzmenki the cart turned into the high road while Lipa went straight on.
And only when they had all separated Lipa realized fully that there was no Nikifor and never would be, she realized it and broke into sobs.