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bilis

A term used by Central American Latinos for symptoms attributed to anger or rage (“bilis”) including nervous tension, screaming, trembling, gastric dysfunction, or if extreme, unconsciousness.
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The thematic focus of the competition was, "Landmarks of Pakistan." Governor of Bitlis Oktay Cagatay, senior officials of the provincial Directorate of National Education Ministry as well as a large number of students, teachers, and families attended the Chughtai Art Awards ceremony held in Bitlis, according to a message received here.
The thematic focus of the competition was, 'Landmarks of Pakistan.' Governor of Bitlis Oktay Cagatay, senior officials of the provincial Directorate of National Education Ministry as well as a large number of students, teachers, and families attended the Chughtai Art Awards ceremony held in Bitlis, according to a message received here.
It is still possible to see snowy landscape in Bitlis while people began to swim in the sea in the western parts of the country.
Distribution in TurkeyAdana, Aksaray, Ankara, Bayburt, Bilecik, BingAll, Bitlis, Bursa, Bolu, Corum, Diyarbakir, Erzincan, Erzurum, HakkAri, Giresun, Gumushane, Isparta, Icel, Istanbul, Kars, Kastamonu, Kayseri, Kirklareli, Mardin, Mus, Ordu, Sakarya, Samsun, Sinop, Sirnak and Van (Incekara, 2004; Darilmaz and Incekara, 2011; Tasar, 2011).
Ferhat Tepe, the Bitlis correspondent for Ozgur Gundem newspaper, was abducted on 28 July, 1993, while trying to cover human rights violations committed by the Turkish state.
He asserted the system was expected to carry both employment in general and in industry onward.90,500 jobsThe investment incentives certificated within the first six months provisioned to employ in total more than 90,500 people, 65 percent more than last year.The provinces in the sixth group, mostly consisting of poorer eastern and southeastern provinces, receive the most investment support.CaAlayan said 330 projects worth 5.1 billion liras benefited from the system in the sixth region, which encompassed the provinces of AArA[+ or -], Ardahan, Batman, Bingol, Bitlis, DiyarbakA[+ or -]r, Hakkari, IAdA[+ or -]r, Kars, Mardin, MuA, Siirt, AanlA[+ or -]urfa, AA[+ or -]rnak and Van.
The rivers are crossed by upwards of twenty bridges, each of one arch, and built of stone." (Kinneir, 1813:393-394) Lieutenant-Colonel Shiel gives an account of the town similar to Kinneir some twenty years later, but points out that the castle is in ruins: "The city of Bitlis has a very remarkable appearance: it is placed in a wide ravine, which is open to the east but closed by high mountains to the west; the houses are dispersed over the sides of the steep banks of the stream which runs through it, and on several neighboring hills.
In March, Turkish security forces killed 15 female Kurdish militants in southeastern Bitlis province while rebels killed five special forces police officers in Sirnak province the same month.