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Officially known as the Republic of Turkey, Turkey is a Eurasian country that stretches across the Anatolain peninsula in western Asia and Thrace in the Balkan region of southeastern Europe. It is a country with a significant geostrategic importance with its location at the crossroads of Asia and Europe.
I believe the following geometers were born in turkey; Thales of Miletus (c. 630-c 550) Anaximander of Miletus (c. 610-c. 547) Anaximenes of Miletus (fl. c. 546)) Miletus was a town in the area where today Turkey is. But it is wrong to say that Anaximander was born in Turkey because we mix ancient…
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Answer 1 Turkey, A European Country? First of all, because most of its territory is not located in Europe but in Asia Second, although the gross national income may be considerable due to a big population, the development level or individual income does not match the average of EU countries. Answ…
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Answer 1 International conferences have a nasty habit of drawing national boundaries along the crests of mountain ranges. This may be neat and tidy, but it is essentially a plainsman's answer. Of course, most capital cities are not on mountain-tops, and the atytitudes of statesmen rarely take into …
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Because we are more manish. BECAUSE WE ARE FED PROPER FOOD NONE OF THAT FiSH FINGER iNA TURKZ HOUSE dOLMA YAVRUM dOLMA!
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Pele MARADONA, HE`S ONE OF THE 10 PEOPLE MOST FAMOUS IN THE WORLD   david Beckham messi, he's called Diego maradona the second   i think the most popular players in soccer is c.ronaldo   him n David beckham ANSWER David beckham is most popular as a celebrity, but not as a play…
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No. Turkey was not involved in the Vietnam War. However, Turkey did contribute soldiers to the Korean War (which made that war the first time that Turks and Greeks fought on the same side in any conflict).
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Not likely with only 27k. Probably valve cover gaskets leaking if the leak is under the engine. Transmission pan gasket if under the tranny. Could also be the filter or the drain plug leaking. When installing the filter, be sure and oil the gasket, make sure the old gasket came off, and tighten 3/4…
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Answer Anatolia
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Answer 1 Not so good as the public reaction to the atrocities commited by Israel are becoming clearer. The Vatan daily newspaper reported that Mr. Erdogan said that "God will punish Israel" regarding the offensive in GAZA also calling for Israel to be expelled from the United Nations. "Israel will g…
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Linguistically, Turkish is not closely related to French or Arabic, however because of close collaboration between the Turks and the French and the Arabs, there are a lot of "loan words" in Turkish from French and Arabic. Linguistically Turkish is very closely related to Turkmen and related languag…
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Language of people of Istanbul is mostly Turkish, but there are some of them who know Kurdish and Arabic.
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Answer YES! Revels DID once have a Turkish delight centre...I have no idea why they stopped them but they were my favourite and I long for them to make them again......I can't remember when they stopped but it seems like a long time ago.....shame on you Revels-makers....PLEASE BRING THEM BACK!!!!!…
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Answer 1 He is the founder of the modern Turkish Republic. He was born in 1881 and died in 1938 and is credited with leading and winning the battles against the Western Powers during and after WWI. He was more known for the reforms he made. Answer 2 Kemal Atatürk, also known as the "father of t…
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Turkey is a developed nation which has been set by the World Organization of wealth and economics. It was ranked as a high developed nation/ country as it's GNP was low (from -8 to 5%), amount of wealth in the country is rising, and happiness index is pretty high.
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:) This is going to be fun to answer.... :) If you marry a Turkish guy, get ready for Turkish babies, :) -Erin R. Yes, but only if he is in full-time education. There should be a point of contact for USCIS at the embassy in Istambul. But, the easiest way would be to take him, necessary paperwork t…
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It's called Istanbul.Constantinople today was officially known inthe modern Turkish name Istanbul in 1930 with the Turkish Postal Service Law, as part of Atatürk's national reforms.
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Answer There are 19 million landline telephones and 44 million mobile phones in Turkey according to to the CIA World Factbook
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Answer 1 Turkey did not try to destroy the Kurdish culture. To preserve the territorial integrity of Turkey everyone that lives within the borders of Turkey are considered to be Turks and everyone is treated equally. Answer 2 Part of Kemal Ataturk's attempt to create a unified Turkish Republic in 19…
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the meaning of sistemin is like that.. Sistem : SYSTEM in Englsih..For example "..the parts of SYSTEM " in this noun phrase " of system : SİSTEM-İN:: you can think here "in" , like "of" in English.. it indicates the possession.. Anyway. becase of my poor English .. i couldn't explain well. i hope…
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There is NO other country in Turkey.
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Yes, it is safe. It depends on which places you visit there. Of course Turkey have different cities which are not safe to go. Everywhere has a place that is dangerous. That's why we always have to ask before we go somewhere. Yes, right now the condition is very safe you may visit there without fac…
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Evil eye beads go back thousands of years. Blue glass evil eye bead amulets are the most common talisman in Anatolia to stop the evil eye. Turkish Evil Eye Bead. With its warm blue, the shine it has derived from the fire and the smiling face that's a typical feature of the Anatolian people, evil eye…
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United States Dollar: USD $1 = 1.19 YTL Australian Dollar: AUD $1 = 1.05 YTL Euro: EUR €1 = 1.77 YTL
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In Turkey the best places are in Istanbul which everybody almost knows about. It is a very pretty place. Lots of restaurant, nightlife, cafes, big hotels, and more. I cant explain it, you have to live it. :) The Bosphorus Bridge is beautiful and it is one of the important part of Istanbul and it is …
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One reason was that Turky felt that they were a threat to them. Turkey thought that they would join up with Russia and fight against them in the war. Also, it was a culture that the Turkish thought would threaten their own. Also because Turkey was jealous of Armenia. After the genocide, they took o…
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Very little, they almost lost all of their Mongoloid DNA by mixing with the Bulgar people, Samaritans, Greeks(rarely), Scythian, Tocharians, Caucasus people and went down to present-day Turkey. I know some Turkish friends that claim that they have Han/Mongolic backgrounds, and it really is true!
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Anyone can buy a house in the UK if they have enough money. However, they may not be able to obtain a mortgage to buy property.
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It depends when the purchase was made; either when Civil Code Law No 743 was in effect or after 1/1/2002 when Civil Code Law No: 4721 came into effect.
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Modern day Turkey, then known as the Ottoman Empire. Gallipoli is found in the European part of Turkey with the Aegan Sea to the west. Winston Churchill explained it as "The soft underbelly of Europe". Gallipoli is located in the Eastern part of Turkey, with the Aegean sea to the West and the Darn…
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Europe and AsiaThe nation of Turkey spans two continents; the small area north of the Straits of the Bosporus is in Europe, but the larger area south of the Bosporus is Asia.
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They wear regular cloths like we do but in the rural areas there are women who wear headscarf. That's the only difference. Turkish people are wearing the same thing just like everyone around the world: jeans, dresses etc.
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Turkey is a bridge between Asia and Europe. Over 90% of Turkey is in Asia, but a small portion is in Europe.
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Answer Turkish people are founders of the Ottoman Empire.
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Ankara is the capital of Turkey and is located in central Turkey which is a part of its Asian section (Anatolia).
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Manchester (MAN) to Istanbul (IST): Shortest Flight Duration 4 hours 0 mins
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It is only Fenerbahce right now.
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How can Iranian open Bank account in Turkey to receive money and transfer money inside and outside turkey .
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Answer Yes, but there is a procedure to get a temporary ID. A bit tedious but not difficult if your spouse is a decent Turkish citizen.
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Answer Mustafa Kemal Ataturk sought to westernize Turkey in every manner, He imposed a wide range of reforms that included emancipation of women, the Latin alphabet, freedom of religion, education of the masses and even rules on the type of dress that was acceptable. His rule wasn't gentle, it…
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Answer 293 miles or 469 Km.
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Answer Yes. Be prepared for a bit of security at the airport, but yes. You mean a lot of security not a bit. Especially for one who is a Muslim.
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Russia spans the Eurasian divide, and so does Turkey.Besides Turkey and Russia, the border nations of Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Georgia can also be considered to lie in both continents, or on either. Also included is the unrecognized Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, nominally part of Azerbaijan…
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To date, Hakan Sukur is the most accomplished and greatest soccer player.
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Traditional food for Turkey is Kuru Fasulye which is white beans with rice.
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Turkey is in the Eastern European Time Zone. That time zone is 7 hours ahead of the Eastern Time Zone. When it's noon on Sunday in Washington, DC, it's 7:00 p.m. on Sunday in Turkey.
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No, its a former soviet republic. it lies in the Asian continent, flanked by the Caspian Sea in the west and surrounded by Iran, Afghanistan and Uzbekistan.
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Turkishturkish
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I believe you are thinking of Little Eva singing the Turkey Trot. Answer Not Adam Sandler. It was a girl group from the early sixties who's name I've been trying to find for months. Adam Sandler did The Thanksgiving Song but it did not contain the above lyrics.
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Precious stones, tobacco, and steel are primary exports of Turkey. Imports include mechanical appliances, optical instruments and iron and steel.
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I presume it was because the Native Americans introduced the bird to the Pilgrims (but not necessarily on Thanksgiving Day). It was a large bird that was not migratory and therefore was available throughout the year. It was large enough to feed more than one family. Have you ever eaten a wild turke…
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Turkey is in both Asia and in Europe. It is one of several transcontinental countries (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transcontinental_country).
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Answer The same courses that are taught in traditional secondary schools including math, physics, literature, history, geography as well as religion. ---- The difference is not the subjects being taught but the cultural backgrounds of students.
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Flight: Cleveland, OH (CLE) to Istanbul (IST) Flight Duration * 13 hours 45 mins * Via New York J F Kennedy International Apt, New York (JFK) Distance: The distance between Cleveland, Ohio and Istanbul, Turkey is 5292 miles (8516 km).
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Mustafa Kemal Atatürk died on the 10th November 1938, aged 57.
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Answer Şenol Güneş, played for Trabzonspor, 1975 - 1984 Zach Dierberg # 5, Karsspor, 1983-1998, Blocked a lot of shots.
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It is right in the middle of the world connecting Europe and Asia. Answer Turkey is a bridge between Asia and Europe. It is surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea, Aegean Sea, Sea of Marmara and he Black Sea. Turkey also borders Greece, Bulgaria, Iran, Iraq, Syria, Armenia, Russia, and Georgia and the…
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low //// 14 degrees centirade //// high //// 18 degrees centirade, the highest temperatures are in august with upto 45-50 degrees centirade in a heatwave, but rarely drop below 35 degrees without one, but for 10 years each summer has had a heawave so i recommend august
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According to the Economist Turkey's Per Capita GDP is $8,900.
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Binbir Gece
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Laila and Reina of course. I can say that they are the best and it is full all the time.
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I believe that the coolest place in Turkey in summer is probably one of the cities in the Black Sea or Northeastern region. And the hottest place is either located in the Southeastern or Southern region (The coolest may be Artvin and the hottest may be Sanliurfa or Antalya, if you are looking for a …
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the main religion is Islam
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Fiat, Opel, Volkswagen, Opel, Toyota, Honda, BMW, Audi, Peugeot, Renault and Mercedes.
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Istanbul is located in Turkey. It is the only city that spans two continents (Europe and Asia). Istanbul is one of the greatest cities in the world and as of 2007 has a population in excess of 12 million. Instanbul is located in southeast Europe, although Turkey (the country in which it is located…
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This can happen to anybody, but it is most common in people who have made a habit of internalizing their feelings. Sexual climax induces a flow of endorphins into the bloodstream, and often causes its subject to lose control of emotions (among other things).
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The Ottoman Empire was one of the great Muslim Empires, its center was in what is now called Turkey. The largest empire of its time, it spanned from 1299 to after world war two. They ruled vast swathes of the world and none could stand against their might. Trough their constant academic pursuit of k…
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It\'s not exactly known what elementary school Mustafa Kemal Ataturk graduated from, but he did briefly go to a religious school, then he attended the Şemsi Efendi School. He graduated in 1902 from Ottoman Military Academy.
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Answer No. Mustafa Kemal Atatürk was an Atheist born to a historically Muslim family. Some Islamist Anti-Semites in Turkey put forward the false claim that Atatürk was a Jew in order to support their ludicrous conspiracy theories that the creation of the modern Turkish Republic was a Zionist cons…
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They love to eat fish, lamb, beef, pilav (rice) Pasta, they eat yogurt almost with everything. There are many different foods which U.S dont have so I dont know how to explain but they have really delicious food. Ecspecially kofte.
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The link below takes you to a clickable map of Istanbul , by the municipality of Istanbul. Click Eminonu for the old town locations ( it is the peninsula on the left bottom of Bosphorus straits , which you may identify on the map as a separation between the lands on the left and right : http://sehi…
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It is thought to be mound now named Hissarlik, in Turkey
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The fall of Constantinople occurred when the Ottoman Empire took over the capital of the Eastern Roman Empire. There were 4,000 people killed including private citizens.
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Answer Husnu Ozyegin with a net worth of US $3.7 billion is the richest person in Turkey (as of 2007).
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Abdullah Gül is the President of Turkey. He became the 11th President of Turkey on August 28, 2007, making him the first Muslim president of modern Turkey. He was also the Prime Minister of Turkey from 2002 November 18 to 2003 March 14. It is important to note that the President in Turkey is merel…
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The Gray Wolf (or Grey Wolf) is the national animal of Turkey.
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Answer The old city of Damascus is an absolutely breathtaking place, simply because it is a naturally made mixture of the Roman empire, the Islamic civilization and the European conquest. In some streets you can see the Roman pillars going around a traditional Arabic house and passing over the ol…
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It depends of you want to have a white wine or a red wine. For those who prefer Red, a French Burgundy (Pinot Noir) seems to match up with the earthy nature of Turkey. the other option would be to try a French Beaujolais (Gamay) -- both reds will compliment the flavors of the mealWhite Wine: Chardon…
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Mustafa Kemal Ataturk was founder of the modern republic of Turkey.
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Yes he will be able to stay there, after a period of time is gone which is defined by the government. obviosly they can because it is their choice and it is a free world No.It is not a free world at all.The laws have changed.You may stay or not.Itdepent of both yours decision and ofcourse HOME OFF…
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It is a Turkish dessert made with paper-thin layers of pastry, chopped nuts, and honey or syrup.
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On farms. Mabye in pens like chikens do.
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There is no such city. At their closest, the Mediterranean Sea and Black Sea are nearly 300 miles apart.
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in the morning they have vegtables
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Puerto Rico is bordered by the Caribbean Sea to the south, Atlantic Ocean to the North, Mona Strait (or Mona Passage) to the west.
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Turkey was an ally of Germany until the end of WW1. From WW1 to the end of WW2 Turkey was mostly neutral. After WW2 Turkey joined NATO and the United States became the most important ally of Turkey during Cold War. After the collapse of the Soviet Union; Europe and Middle East have become the mai…
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Answer The Taurus Mountains (Toros Daglari) are a range of mountains that stretch the length of the Mediterranean Coastline in Turkey and separate the Mediterranean Coast from the Central Anatolian plains.
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first mean: Its kind of bird like chicken second mean: Its name of country from Central Asia
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Turkey is bordered by the Black sea and the Mediterranean sea.
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Six Countries Border the Black Sea : Turkey, Bulgaria, Romania, Ukraine, Russia and Georgia. The Georgian break-away country of Abkhazia (currently recognized by fewer than 10 UN members) also borders the Black Sea (but does not encompass enough of Georgia to preclude Georgian access).
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Mediterranean Sea. Right below Greece and to the left of Turkey.
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Yes. The southeastern part of Anatolia runs along the Mediterranean Sea.
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born 1881 died 1938
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Answer Bey, agha, pasha are some of most used Ottoman titles.
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