What geometer was born in Turkey and what words did he introduce into the language of mathematics?
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.)
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 time and modern space. It is correct to say that Asia Minor, which today is a part of Turkey, was the…
The Language Ban Act of 1983, which mandated that only Turkish be spoken in public in Turkey, was overturned in 1991. However, Kurdish is still often prohibited from being used in formal government settings, like political speeches by sitting officials, courtroom proceedings, and as a primary language of education. There have been increased reforms in the 2000s, such as permitting Kurdish-language television stations in Turkey.
The scientific name for the animal called a turkey is Meleagris gallopavo. The name "Turkey" comes from the country of Turkey. When Europeans first discovered turkeys in America, they incorrectly identified the birds as turkey fowl (or turkey hen and turkey cock), due to that bird's importation to Central Europe through Turkey. That name was shortened to the name of the country, stuck as the name of the American bird.
Yes, Turkey only does not eat pork, because of religion. Population of Turkey is %90, so it is hard to find pork over here. The name Turkey is the English version of the country's name. The country is called "turkiye" and the name has nothing to do with the bird. it does not mean turkey. that's only in the English language. so turkey and the Turkish people has no special approach to that particular bird.
The Nahuatl language provides compelling evidence for the early domestication of turkeys by the Aztecs. The sheer number of turkey-related words in the language clearly points to a considerable interest in the species, but one word in particular is conclusive: nitotolpixqui.......................I am a turkey caretaker/keeper/farmer
I believe Butterball turkeys have already been brined, therefore doing so again really isn't necessary. You can check the label of the turkey to confirm whether this has been done. If you look at all the small print on the front of the turkey label, there will be some language about the percentage of salt (or saline) water added as a percentage of weight, and if that's there, then the turkey has already been brined.
Yes. Go to the official website jw.org and scroll to bottom, click on "attend our meetings" and enter your location and language. It will tell you the nearest Kingdom Hall and language to your location. Probably. You can write to PO Box 23, 34377 FerikÃ¶y, Istanbul Turkey and find out. (That is the address of the Turkish Branch office of Jehovah's Witnesses.
Ephesus is situated in Western Turkey. In the days of Christ, Greek was the common language (the 'lingua franca') of the day, much like English is the common language of the Internet today. In fact, Greek was the international language used across the Roman Empire, despite the 'official' language being Latin (although this was used only in Italy). This is why the gospels were originally written in Greek. Nowadays, the language spoken in the Ephesus…