speak Romansh (Romansh language). ''Tideland'' was first published in the United States in 2000 by Dufour Editions. The book received major notices upon publication, including a review from ''New York Times Book Review''
Magazine. In 1986, at a chance meeting of educators in Iceland, it was suggested that an international association should be created, so the European association for Educational Design (EED) was formed and the following year, the first seminar was held at the headquarters of the National Institute for Curriculum Development (SLO) in Enschede, the Netherlands. Since then, there have been meetings in Germany, Denmark, Scotland, Iceland, Norway and the Netherlands. For the tenth anniversary, an international conference attended by over 300 participants from 22 countries was held in Aalborg, Denmark from 6 to 8 November 2000. Two more international conferences were held in 2003 near Copenhagen and in 2006 in Glasgow. The next international conference will be held in April 2009 in Portland, Oregon, USA. At present, the approach is widely used in Scotland, the Scandinavian countries (Scandinavia), the USA and in the Netherlands, but also in a number of other countries, such as Thailand, Hongkong, Singapore, Lithuania, Greece, Turkey and Portugal. Summary Famous Turkish (Turkey) actress Hülya Koçyiğit. Her Official sitehas also been heard reporting for the network radio division of CBS News from Jordan, Turkey, Lebanon and Israel. Mellink received her undergraduate training at the University of Amsterdam and her doctorate from Utrecht in 1943. Mellink moved to Bryn Mawr College in the 1946 as a Marion Reilly Fellow and spent the summer of 1947 at the University of Chicago on a Ryerson Grant. During this time she began excavating with Hetty Goldman at Tarsus (Tarsus, Mersin), in southern Turkey. She began teaching in the Bryn Mawr's Department of Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology in 1949 and retired in 1988; in 1972 she was appointed to the Leslie Clark Chair in the Humanities. From 1950 until 1965 she was involved in the excavations at Gordium, Turkey, together with Rodney Young (Rodney Young (archaeologist)) of the University of Pennsylvania. Mellink's most well-known work focused on the site of Karatas-Semayük in the Elmali plain in Lycia where she explored Early Bronze Age remains and tombs. Nuland was the Deputy Permanent Representative to NATO from July 2000 to July 2003. There she was instrumental in NATO's invocation of Article 5 of its charter – "an attack on one ally is an attack on all" – in support of the United States after September 11, 2001. She also worked intensively on the enlargement of the Alliance to include seven new members, the creation of the NATO-Russia Council, NATO's first deployment "out of area" to Afghanistan and its defense of Turkey during the 2003 invasion of Iraq. thumb left A memorial to Vahabzadeh in Shaki, Azerbaijan Shaki (File:125bextitar.jpg). He was recognized in Turkey with his article titled ''Yel Kaya'dan Ne Aparır?'' (What Does the Wind Steal from the Stone?), which was published in ''Varlık'' and which was an answer to the critics of the poet Fuzuli. His articles and poems also appeared in the review ''Türk Edebiyatı'' for years. Besides poetry, Vahabzade also wrote long verses or stories in verse (poems), plays and made translations. Among his long verses, there is the ''Yollar-Oğullar'' (Roads-Sons) which was dedicated to the Algerian Independence Movement (National Liberation Front (Algeria)), and the ''Mugam'', which was dedicated to the composer Üzeyir Hacıbeyli. He wrote numerous lyrics, most of which were set to music and wrote plays such as ''İkinci Ses'' (The Second Sound), ''Yağışdan Sonra'' (After the Rain), ''Artığ Adam'' (Waste Man) and ''Vicdan'' (Conscience). He translated the work titled ''Abidon Felini'' by Lord Byron into Azerbaijani. His poems have been translated into many languages in the Soviet Union as well as into many Turkic languages and into German, French and Persian. He received the Commodore Medal of the Romania Ministry of Culture (Romania) in 2002 with his poetry book titled ''Benim Garibim ''(My Poor). He has been regarded as the second greatest contemporary poet of Azerbaijan, after Samed Vurgun. Commons:Category:Turkey WikiPedia:Turkey Dmoz:Regional Middle East Turkey
October 1959. Early career Walter Herbert was born into an army family in England but emigrated to Egypt at the age of three, then to South Africa for nine years. He studied at the Royal School of Military Survey then spent 18 months surveying in Egypt and Cyprus. He traveled back to England through Turkey and Greece, drawing portraits for his board and lodging. right thumb Always brand logo. (Image:Always logo.png) '''Always''' is a brand of feminine hygiene products, including maxi pad (sanitary napkin)s, pantiliners, and feminine wipes, produced by Procter & Gamble. It was released in 1983. Always is sold under the name '''Whisper''' in Japan, Singapore, India, China, South Korea, Philippines, Pakistan, Thailand, Hong Kong and Indonesia, under the name '''Lines''' in Italy, under the name '''Orkid''' in Turkey, under the name '''Evax''' and '''Ausonia''' in Spain. Procter & Gamble has the global leading position in manufacturing and commercializing feminine hygiene products. Marketing for the product includes the company's BeingGirl website. Commons:Category:Turkey WikiPedia:Turkey Dmoz:Regional Middle East Turkey
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(country) Georgia ; and Ceyhan, a port on the south-eastern Mediterranean coast of Turkey, hence its name. It is the second longest oil pipeline (Pipeline transport) in the former Soviet Union after the Druzhba pipeline. The first oil that was pumped from the Baku end of the pipeline on 10 May 2005 reached Ceyhan on 28 May 2006.
, Thailand, Turkey, USA (United States) 100px (Image:TESCO_international_spreading.svg) In April 1920, while the Azerbaijani army was locked in Karabakh fighting local Armenian forces, Azerbaijan was taken over by Bolsheviks. On August 10, 1920, Armenia signed a preliminary agreement with the Bolsheviks, agreeing to a temporary Bolshevik occupation of these areas until final settlement would be reached. Walker. ''The Survival of a Nation
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rapidly transformed the city's demographic profile and many aspects of its life. This new growth required new spending on infrastructure such as roads, schools and hospitals, which had been neglected during the long decades of recession and low growth between 1890 and 1940. Henry Bolte, Premier from 1955 to 1972, was responsible for much of this rapid development of infrastructure. Under Bolte, some of the old inner-city slums were bulldozed and the dislocated tenants were housed in high
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;''The Vineyard''" against heavy attacks by the Turks, Lieutenant Forshaw not only directed his men but personally threw bombs continuously for over 40 hours. When his detachment was relieved, he volunteered to continue directing the defence. Later, when the Turks captured a portion of the trench, he shot three of them and recaptured it. It was due to his fine example and magnificent courage that this very important position was held." Death After the Iranian Revolution, Pakravan was among the first of the Shah's officials to be executed. He was not allowed to have access to a lawyer and the charges filed against him were vague. Given the fact that he was retired at the time of the revolution his execution seemed all the more unjust. It is well-documented fact (confirmed by many Iranian officials, including the late Shah, in his memoirs) that Pakravan was a key in convincing the Shah to commute a death sentence passed on Khomeini in 1963 for his role in the 1963 riots into exile. Khomeini was first sent to Turkey, and then to Iraq, where he stayed until his expulsion to France in 1978. Background Due to the success of one of the best selling albums (list of best-selling albums) and best selling albums in the United Kingdom (list of best-selling albums in the United Kingdom), the group later announced they would be in the works of a second studio album. Commons:Category:Turkey WikiPedia:Turkey Dmoz:Regional Middle East Turkey
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).