funda

funda

(fŭn′dă) [L., sling]
A four-tailed bandage.
fundal, adjective
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Besides the E[currency]am's wife Funda Sam, Sisters Defne Sam and Nilifer Sam, Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Tuy-rul TE-rkeE-, Turkish Boxing Federation Chairman EyE-p GE[micro]zgec, Republican People's Party (CHP)'s Ecankaya District Chairman and Former Boxing Referee Selcuk Dereli, Former Olympiad Champions, Mahmut Demir, Taner E[currency]ahin, AtagE-n Yalcynkaya, Halil Mutlu attended the ceremony.
The State General Reserve FundA of Oman has taken legal action against Bulgaria, seeking to recover the book value of its investment in collapsed Corporate Commercial Bank, Sofia-based 24 Chasa daily reported on Monday.
On her personal style, she said: "My style funda is to keep it simple.
With funda from Japan and approved by the Legislative Assembly the Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad (ICE) will build three geothermal projects; Pailas II, Borinquen I and II in the province of Guanacaste, reports CRhoy (Aug.
The interiors are designed by Funda Durukan of Durukan Design.
What on maps appears to be a short ride to the Sao Paulo Futebol Clube's luxurious Barra Funda training complex took 45 minutes in late-afternoon traffic as a subway strike in its fifth day tightened bottlenecks.
The Barra Funda facility has three full fields and two small ones -- for goalkeepers and for high-intensity workouts.
He added: "An independent Scotland will be an economic counterweight to London and the South East - causing a muchneeded and funda mental rebalancing of these islands.
The fundA targets a budget of USD 100 million (EUR 74m).
FOCUSING ON HER OWN CREATIVE PROCESS, FUNDA Susamoglu uses a unique language that allows us to see the world through her eyes.
Those superpricesensitive punters who seek the best price no matter what are also the lowestmargin customers (if any margin at all), and so to spend millions trying to woo them is funda mentally odd.
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