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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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In retrospect, the MRF should be conceived of as extraordinarily successful in raising the profile and ensuring proper representation of ethnic Turks in the country.
Ethnic Turks and Pomaks -- Slavs who converted to Islam under Ottoman rule -- are shocked and dismayed at accusations that they aim to create autonomous enclaves and that some of their villages are nests for radical Islam.
Peck believes the influx of Jews from Russia and elsewhere has changed the main question from why Jews no live in Germany to how, the ramifications of the Holocaust in both Germany and the US, Russian emigration and its role in revitalizing German Jewry, the ways Jews represent themselves and are represented in Germany today, the parallel and divergent lives of ethnic Turks, modern anti-Semitism, Israel as a source of identity, and the effects of the new disapora caused by globalization.
The Associated Press quoted an Iraqi security official as saying the bomb exploded in a mostly Kurdish district of Kirkuk, a mixed city of Kurds, Arabs and ethnic Turks.
Massoud Barzani is a member of the governing council, established on July 13, which brings together Shiites, Sunnis, Kurds, Christians and ethnic Turks in Iraq, which has been occupied by U.S.
In other business, the governing council -which brings together Iraq's diverse mosaic of Shi'ites, Sunnis, Kurds, Christians and ethnic Turks -formed three committees to outline an order of business for the coming weeks and work out organisational issues, said Hoshyar Zebari, a spokesman for the council.
For one thing, the ethnic Turks of that fragmented nation now find themselves exiles in the land of their birth, a condition that has obtained for generations of African Americans.
As many as 100,000 ethnic Turks have already left Bulgaria to settle in Turkey.
According to the Haberler.com web site, the two detained women are ethnic Turks.
Bulgarian Focus News Agency reported on Sunday that Bulgaria had been disturbed by Emiroy-lu's relations with the Muslim minority in the country, especially as he is accused of pressuring ethnic Turks to support Mestan.
EVENTS 1964: Fighting between ethnic Turks and Greeks in the disputed island of Cyprus has left at least 16 people dead.
Zhivkov also noted there was a massive desire among ethnic Turks to leave Bulgaria, adding that the looming exodus was "necessary and welcome for us."