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program of the Canadian Institute of Advanced Research. He is also affiliated with the National Bureau of Economic Research, Center for Economic Performance, International Growth Centre, and Centre for Economic Policy Research. '''Kanal D''' (means '''Channel D''') is a nation-wide television channel in Turkey and part of Doğan Holding which is owned by the Turkish (Turkish people) media tycoon Aydın Doğan. 14th-17th Century There were two major historical movements of the Khalwati order. The first one started in the late fourteenth century and ended in the seventeenth century. The first historical movement marks its origins and spread in vast area, now being part of Iran, Iraq, Syria and Turkey. The second movement began in the late fifteenth century to the mid-nineteenth century mostly focused in Egypt, considered the reform period of the Khalwati order. The order lost popularity in 1865, but many of its leaders branched off to form different orders to expand Islam throughout Africa. The order resided mostly in large urban areas. The Rifa'i order is most commonly found in the Arab Middle East but also in Turkey, the Balkans and South Asia. '''Lystra''' ( Commons:Category:Turkey WikiPedia:Turkey Dmoz:Regional Middle East Turkey


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of the Netherlands. However, many Indonesian allochtones are white (white (race)) or of mixed race (former colonists), while most Surinam and Antillean allochtones are black (black (race)) (former slaves), so this definition coincides better with people's conception of the word. With this successful demonstration, the US Air Force started plans to deploy a similar system in Turkey; providing coverage of much of the western part of the Soviet Union. Tenders for the system outline were


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visited Israel to attend the official opening of the Modern Energy Problems Research Center, and Dr. Brenda Schaffer, the director of the center, described Saakashvili as the Nelson Mandela of the 21st century. Georgian President Meets Jewish Leaders For Georgian-Jewish Friendship Week FJC In August of the same year, Saakashvili, who holds an honorary doctorate from the University of Haifa


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0Iy7pJBRgjYC&pg PA57 accessdate 12 June 2013 year 2004 publisher Liverpool University Press isbn 978-0-85323-898-0 pages 57–58 Arts thumb left 150px ''The Tortoise Trainer (File:Osman Hamdi Bey - The Tortoise Trainer - Google Art Project.jpg)'' by Osman Hamdi Bey. List of Turkish painters Turkish painting


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-9001272 sileh rug ", Online Academic Edition, 2007. '''Dove''' is a personal care brand owned by Unilever. Dove products are manufactured in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Germany, India, Ireland, Netherlands, Thailand, Turkey and United States. The products are sold in more than 35 countries and are offered for both women and men. DOVE ref>


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Galatasaray (Galatasaray S.K. (football team)). Prekazi was instrumental in building up the Galatasaray (Galatasaray S.K. (football team)) team to a point where it became the strongest Turkish league team and a major force in European football. His typical "banana crossings" from left-line into the penalty box always created danger for opponent defence. He is renowned for his brilliant technique, dribbling, long shots and crosses. Porphyry copper deposits are currently


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life when he was 13 and played guitar with various groups in college. Demir Demirkan also wrote television jingles and composed soundtracks for television and films. Biography Akkaya was born on 3 August 1977 in İstanbul, Turkey and moved to Mersin and then to Ankara with her family. She studied American philology at Istanbul University. In 1997 she won the Best Model of the World contest and decided to embark on a professional modelling career. She is also an actress, and an editor for a fashion magazine. She has acted in "''Vizontele Tuuba''", "''Okul''", "''Metro Palas''", "''Şarkılar Seni Söyler''" and "''Yeşil Işık''". Deniz has a daughter named Ayse. The oldest dated extant manuscript of the Georgian version of the Gospels, it was created at Shatberdi Monastery in the southwestern Georgian princedom of Klarjeti (located now in northeastern Turkey) in AD 897, and later removed thence to be preserved in the remote village of Adysh (Adishi) in highland Svaneti. The first five folios (30 x 25 cm) of the manuscript are illuminated (Illumination (manuscript)). Life Feridun Zaimoğlu, born in Bolu Turkey, came in 1965 with his parents to Germany. He lived until 1985 in Berlin and Munich, and then began studying Medicine and Arts in Kiel where he continues to live. Today, he works as an author and journalist. His essays and critiques of literary have appeared in leading German newspapers like i.e. DIE ZEIT, Die Welt, SPEX and the Tagesspiegel (Der Tagesspiegel). From 1999 to 2000 he was working in Mannheim at the National theatre (:de:Mannheim#Theater). In 2003 he became ''Island poet'' on the island of Sylt, and in 2004 he was a visiting fellow at the Freie Universität Berlin (Free University of Berlin). One of the great mysteries of Homeric scholarship, too, has been how Homer — whoever he was, or whoever "they" were — living in the Aegean (Aegean Sea) in what now is western Turkey, where he they are said to have lived, might have acquired such detailed knowledge of "Ithaca" Paliki as appears in his ''Odyssey''. The suggestion made in the study ''Odysseus Unbound'', Chapter 26 "Exodus", p. 342ff, particularly Figure 26.1 at p. 343. is that folk-tales of the "Ithacans" containing detailed references to the landscape were carried by them, during their Greek Dark Ages migrations during the time-of-troubles which followed the Mycenean (Mycenaean Greece) Trojan war period, to the Greek mainland and from there to western Anatolia. At that final resting place for the migration of the Ionians, then, roving bards of the type described by Milman Parry picked up the "Ithacan" tales, perhaps, and wove them together into the ''Odyssey'': for the entertainment and edification of audiences who knew Paliki well, and initially were very homesick, and longed for it. '''Bahçeşehir University''' is a private (Private school) educational institution in Turkey, located at the European side of Istanbul. The Turkish National Assembly authorized the establishment of the University of Bahçeşehir by the Bahçeşehir Uğur Education Foundation in 1998. An academic and strategic protocol was signed shortly after (February 1998) with San Diego State University in California, USA. The enrollment of the first students was made after the first placement exam (ÖSYS) in 1999-2000 academic year. About University Major projects Major projects have included the Ludendorff Bridge at Remagen completed in 1919, Bilfinger Berger Corporate history animation the Busch Memorial Stadium completed in 1966, the Munich Olympic Stadium (Olympic Stadium (Munich)) completed in 1972, the Sydney Opera House completed in 1973, the Dresdner Bank Tower (Silver Tower (Frankfurt)) completed in 1978, the Oymapinar Dam in Turkey completed 1984, the Mỹ Thuận Bridge in Vietnam completed in 2000, the Puente Centenario over the Panama Canal completed in 2004, Bridge of the Americas the Svinesund Bridge between Sweden and Norway completed in 2005 Majestic arch over the Idefjord and the Golden Ears Bridge near Vancouver in Canada completed in June 2009. Commons:Category:Turkey WikiPedia:Turkey Dmoz:Regional Middle East Turkey


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, with some followers keeping small statues of her in their homes. Commons:Category:Turkey WikiPedia:Turkey Dmoz:Regional Middle East Turkey


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. Virtually serious scholars not getting funding from the Turkish government - including a number of Turkish scholars agree it was genocide. It is a truth vs. the Turkish Government battle, and the massive efforts of Turkey to prevent discussion and censor the suject in Turkey that have led to this. Anyway - I feel like there is no way I can convince Ato with facts when trying to find proper wording, so let me know what is needed from me on mediation. --RaffiKojian (User:RaffiKojian) 03:40, 18 Oct


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awareness, such a goal was feasible through peaceful means. The journal benefited from the contributions of a number of leading intellectuals of the time, including Moḥammad Moʿin and ʿAli Esfandiāri (Nimā Yušij), and carried articles, poetry, a serialized story, and some news. It also published articles in support of the Kurds who had risen in rebellion in Turkey, which caused the protest of the Turkish counsel in Rasht and led to the banning of the paper by the order

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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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