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Türk

(tērk),
Wilhelm, hematologist in Hapsburg Empire, 1871-1916. See: Türk cell, Türk leukocyte.

Türk

(tērk),
Siegmund, 20th-century Swiss ophthalmologist. See: Ehrlich-Türk line.
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Premier of the Turks and Caicos Islands and Minister of Tourism, Hon.
Among Turks who are confident in the national government, suffering increased to 30% from 12%, while suffering increased to 41% from 25% among government critics.
It provides historical values for the Turks and Caicos life insurance market for the report's 2008-2012 review period and forecast figures for the 2012-2017 forecast period
CNN International is coming under heavy scrutiny as its Turkey-based CNN Turk reportedly continues to turn a blind eye to protests sweeping across the nation and the brutal crackdown by police.
Val Kalliecharan, general manager of Turks and Caicos Reservations, said, 'We're trying to make the decision to take a trip to Turks and Caicos a no-brainer.
Although most Kurdish representatives have recently insisted that Kurds do not want to create an independent country, most Turks are distrusting of the claim as separatism was the center of the Kurdish issue for many years.
In particular, the Armenian insistence on branding as genocide, the widespread killing between 1915 and 1917 of Armenian Turks as a result of a Russian Bolshevik-inspired insurrection, rankles with every modern Turk.
The Turks waged a war of terror as a means to psychologically unnerve their opponents and weaken resistance, and here again a short chapter on the forensics of war might be helpful.
All through their imperial history," writes Beeching, "the Ottoman Turks had used cruelty as an implement of dominion.
The Turks, have three children - daughter Susan Hodes, son Mitchell and daughter Stacey Rutstein, all of Oak Park - and are grandparents of four.
The Turks and Caicos Islands Gear Up For Responsible Ecotourism