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journal Minerals & Energy – Raw Materials Report year 2006 volume 20 issue 3–4 pages 2–10 doi 10.1080 14041040500504293 last2 Şen first2 Nejdet last3 Demİrbaş first3 Ayhan Argentina kept its two ''Rivadavia'' class (Rivadavia class battleship) ships until 1956 and Chile kept ''Almirante Latorre'' (Chilean battleship Almirante Latorre) (formerly HMS ''Canada'') until 1959. Fitzsimons, Volume 1, p.84, "''Almirante Latorre''"

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Media (Medes) and Mesopotamia from the Seleucids. At its height, the Parthian Empire stretched from the northern reaches of the Euphrates, in what is now south-eastern Turkey, to eastern Iran. The empire, located on the Silk Road trade route between the Roman Empire in the Mediterranean Basin and Han Empire of China, became a center of trade and commerce. Kurdish PEN publishes research articles related to Kurdish culture in four languages: English (English language), German (German language), Spanish (Spanish language) and Kurdish (Kurdish language). The Kurdish PEN is also active in Turkey, where it organized a conference on cultural diversity in March 2005 in Diyarbakır. It also encourages writers of International PEN to visit Kurdistan and meet Kurdish writers agree with you, I just clarified that this article should be kept because it is a notable subject, and not only because google say so. User:Fadix ''Fad'' (ix) (User talk:Fadix) 03:08, 25 March 2006 (UTC) :::: Here is reliable info. about the definition of the term: ''Turkish Kurdistan covers at least 17 provinces (Provinces of Turkey) of Turkey. In the north-east, the provinces of Erzincan, Erzurum and Kars; in the centre, going from west to east and from north to south, the provinces of Malatya, Tunceli, Elazig, Bingöl, Muş, Agri, then Adiyaman, Diyarbakir, Siirt, Bitlis and Van; finally, the southern provinces of Urfa, Mardin and Çölamerik (Hakkari).'' Encyclopaedia of Islam. Heja Helweda (User:Heja helweda) 02:31, 25 March 2006 (UTC) :::People will still get their information; the page will redirect to Kurds in Turkey. Having a standalone article about Turkish Kurdistan is suggesting it has a geopolitic existence which we all know is false. What will you do when in future Turkish government decides to name SE Turkey, well, Disneyland? Call Turkish PM and complain "Oi mate, we already named it Turkish Kurdistan for ya, what you doin!"? Figures for the 2004 Turkish Provincial Elections (electing members of the Provincial Assemblies) in the 'at least' 17 Turkish provinces covered by the article (former Category: Kurdistan in wikipedia covered 20 provinces, therefore their number is displaying an unmistakably decreasing trend!!!). * In Turkey, there are general, provincial and municipal elections. People usually think in terms of the country, the 81 provinces and their specific municipality. The last general election was in 2002. Therefore, these 2004 figures are not only more recent but also, I would say, coherent with the panorama presented by the previous general elections. Provincial elections and municipal elections were held simultaneously. Provincial figures reflect the political choices of the voters better than the municipal ones. My choice for using the provincial figures instead of the municipal ones does not work to the disadvantage of any party. The party that was ''closest'' to promoting a Turkish K. agenda (let's say, people thinking in terms of a region whose mint they have struck themselves, with a name of their own preference) in these elections was the SHP (which is actually a tiny but nation-wide center-left party, and it that had struck a deal for the southeast with the HADEP-DEHAP pedigree for these elections). Any argument with an intention to relativize the definition of non-SHP voters can also be countered by arguments, possibly in stronger terms, for defining the SHP-voter profile as well. In Turkey, it is obligatory to vote in elections (you can vote blank if you want to, but you have to go to the polls), therefore, I would say, that the popular political viewpoint trends are rather well reflected in the numbers that come out of these polls (without having to draw comparisons with elsewhere). I start from the southeastern tip of the country and confine the figures to those parties that scored over 10 % in a given province, unless otherwise relevant or interesting. Very briefly, AKP is the party in power in Turkey, DYP is national center-right, CHP is national center-left, SP is religious-right, MHP is Turkish nationalist-right. Hakkari Province: SHP 46,56 % - AKP 32,03 % It is still actively practised in Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Sakha (Sakha Republic), Buryatia (Republic of Buryatia), Tuva, Mongolia and Turkey in parallel with Tibetan Buddhism and Burkhanism. Balkanlar'dan Uluğ Türkistan'a Türk halk inançları Cilt 1, Yaşar Kalafat, Berikan, 2007 - 100px (File:Flag of Turkey.svg) 1844 — Flag of (Flag of Turkey) '''Turkey''' The flag of Turkey is a red flag with a white crescent moon and a star in its centre. The flag is called Ay Yıldız (literally, moon star.) or Albayrak (Red flag) which were adopted in 1844 with the Tanzimat reforms; though the shape, placement and shade of the colour vary. The geometric proportions of the flag were legally standardised with the Turkish Flag Law in 1936. - '''Darío Moreno''' (3 April 1921 – 1 December 1968) was a Turkish (Turkish people) polyglot (Polyglot (person)) singer of Jewish origin, as well as an accomplished composer, lyricist and guitarist, who was born in Aydın, Turkey, in 1921, and who attained fame and made a remarkable career centered in France which also included films, during the 1950s and the 1960s. Commons:Category:Turkey WikiPedia:Turkey Dmoz:Regional Middle East Turkey

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back to PSG for two seasons in 1994. In 1996 he left for Strasbourg (RC Strasbourg), spending two seasons there before he moving to Lens (RC Lens). After two seasons at Lens, he left for the Turkish (Turkey) club Beşiktaş (Beşiktaş J.K.), where he achieved phenomenal success and still maintains his popularity among Beşiktaş fans, who composed special songs for him. He played for them for one season, moving to play for Marseille (Olympique de Marseille) the next year. He returned


Mihailović's command. Pavlowitch (2007) (#Pavlowitch_2007), pp. 230-235 Mihailović ordered a general mobilization on September 1; his troops were engaged against the Germans and the Bulgarians, while also under attack by the Partisans. The Partisans penetrated Chetnik territory, fighting a difficult battle and ultimately defeating Mihailović's main force by October. On 6 October, what was left of Nedić's troops openly

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-fantasy-xii-interview-page-2 archivedate 2009-10-03 War is a prominent theme of the game and the developers confirmed that the cutscene battles are influenced by Ancient Rome. When asked to comment on the fan observation of a ''Star Wars'' influence, Minaba replied that although he was a fan of the ''Star Wars'' series, it was not necessarily an influence to the game's designs. '''Nusaybin''' ( Commons:Category:Turkey WikiPedia:Turkey Dmoz:Regional Middle East Turkey

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no. 1136 steam locomotive running as special service from Kouvola to Kotka, Finland Image:Turkish 8F at Shildon - geograph.org.uk - 2531973.jpg Turkish 8F at The National Railway Museum, Shildon. This is one of two 8F locomotives brought back from Turkey early in 2011. Turkey was a neutral country in WW2 and to keep Turkey sweet Great Britain sent several of these locomotives to the Turkish Railways. They spent most of the war patrolling the North Sea


outreach to the Muslim world, releasing a New Year's video message to the people and government of Iran. This attempt at outreach was rebuffed by the Iranian leadership.

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in the Baroque era (Baroque architecture) Reduta Bratislava concert hall constructed in 1773. Besides giving seasonal concerts, it also plays regularly at music festivals throughout Europe, and has made international tours to Cyprus, Turkey, Japan, and the United States. The orchestra has produced many critically acclaimed recordings, particularly for Naxos Records. Early life Born April 14, 1911, in Khutaya, Western Anatolia, Turkey of Armenian (Armenians) parents, Zorthian escaped through Europe, with the remnants of his family after two waves of political massacres, and arrived in New Haven, Connecticut, in 1923. He earned a Master of Fine Arts at Yale University and studied art in Italy in the 1930s. Returning to the United States during the Great Depression, he painted several massive murals, including 11 for the Tennessee State Capitol in 1938 which earned him the honorary title of "Colonel". In 1940, he painted the mural at the United States Post Office (United States Post Office (St. Johnsville, New York)) in St. Johnsville, New York titled "Early St. Johnsville Pioneers." Commons:Category:Turkey WikiPedia:Turkey Dmoz:Regional Middle East Turkey


forests , which contain some of the world's few temperate rainforests. There are 40 national parks (List of national parks of Turkey), 189 nature parks, 31 nature preserve areas, 80 wildlife protection areas and 109 nature monuments in Turkey such as Gallipoli Peninsula Historical National Park, Mount Nemrut National Park

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author Oxford Business Group title The Report: Turkey 2009 url http: books.google.com books?id c1uXr3Rr7koC&pg PA203 accessdate 12 June 2013 year 2009 publisher Oxford Business Group isbn 978-1-902339-13-9 page 203 Except for the Open Education Faculty (Turkish: ''Açıköğretim Fakültesi'') at Anadolu University, entrance is regulated by the national ÖSS examination, after which high school graduates are assigned to universities according to their performance. ref>


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Turkey has been inhabited since the paleolithic age (paleolithic),

Starting from the late 13th century, the Ottomans united Anatolia and created an empire encompassing much of Southeastern Europe (Southeast Europe), Western Asia and North Africa, becoming a major power in Eurasia and Africa during the early modern period. The empire reached the peak of its power between the 15th and 17th centuries, especially during the reign of Suleiman the Magnificent (r. 1520–1566). After the second Ottoman siege of Vienna (Battle of Vienna) in 1683 and the end of the Great Turkish War in 1699, the Ottoman Empire entered a long period of decline (Decline of the Ottoman Empire). The Tanzimat reforms of the 19th century, which aimed to modernize the Ottoman state, proved to be inadequate in most fields, and failed to stop the dissolution of the empire (Dissolution of the Ottoman Empire).

Turkey is a democratic (democracy), secular (secular state), unitary (unitary state), constitutional republic (Republic) with a diverse cultural heritage (Multiculturalism).

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