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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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Hakan Dursun, Chief Marketing Officer at Turk Telekom commented: With the license based on the user and not per device, several devices are protected for just one fee.
The government, which ultimately holds nearly 32 percent of Turk Telekom, wants the operator of the national telecoms grid to be owned by a financially stable company.
After spending nine years in prison for first degree attempted murder, Turk was released in 2012.
The Chief Minister said Turk President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had promised to soon visit Pakistan.
He thanked Prime Minister Mohammad Nawaz Sharif, Chief Minister Mohammad Shehbaz Sharif and people of Pakistan for supporting Turk leadership at this difficult time.
The Turk Prime Minister further said that democracy has strengthened in Pakistan under the leadership of Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif.
Being the largest subsidiary of KFH that contributes more than 30 per cent of its profit, Kuveyt Turk is strategically important to its major shareholder.
Instantly gaining notoriety through this installation, Turk was spotted by Charles Saatchi and has since been exhibited by many major galleries and museums throughout the world.
Aiming to create a better future for the next generations, Turk Telekom has clearly identified its sustainability targets, developed a greenhouse gas management strategy that allows the management of the risks and opportunities of climate change.
As Atassi has been unable to return to Syria, his sole means of making contact with Turk is via the Internet -- appropriate since it's also his only way to monitor the insurgency as a whole.
In the meantime, Grand Turk is becoming a popular cruise ship destination but due to the low ($3.
Turk also highlighted the issue of managing in a workplace populated by Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Generation Y.