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Turkish March By W. A. Mozart
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This is Mozart's famous "Turkish March" from the Piano Sonata K. 331, sometimes inaccurately called the "Turkish Rondo." Arranged for brass quintet (2 trps, hn, tbn, tb) and... More > percussion (1 player). This edition contains a full score and set of parts.< Less
Turkish Delights By Ken Bobrosky
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Memories are built from moments: some magical, some tedious, some humorous and some frustrating. Our four years living in Istanbul, Turkey between August 2000 and June 2004 was the most memorable... More > time of my life. We arrived in Turkey as wide-eyed tourists and left as Turkish ambassadors. Our daily experiences living in a city of 15 million Muslims comprised a never-ending litany of adventures and encounters. We learned to speak some functional Turkish and were able to travel within the city and throughout the country without fear or trepidation. The places we saw, the people we met, and the memories we have, are unforgettable. During our stay I tried to capture some of the daily or unusual events that impacted our lives. Almost every essay is a tribute in some way to the wonderful country and its people. I purposely did not change any of the information that is currently out of date, but left it as I wrote it in order to reflect my specific memory at that time.< Less
Turkish Delight By Barry Evans
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Travels in Turkey: Fall 2007
The Turkish Jester By George Borrow
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Hodja Nasreddin Efendi may or may not haved lived in fourteenth century Anatolia. “Hodja” means “teacher”, and the man himself was probably an imam or a Sufi priest. If he... More > was not a real person, it has been necessary to invent him, and his wit, charm and drollery are known throughout the Islamic world and further afield. George Borrow’s translation selects the best Hodja tales from the hundreds which exist and are still told in tea-houses, bus-stations, schools and homes today.< Less
Arabic Turkish Similar Words By Servet Abdulselam
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هذا الكتاب يحتوي على كثير من... More > الكلمات المشتركة بين اللغة التركية واللغة العربية والتي تستخدم في الحياة اليومية للاتراك والعرب بنفس النطق ونفس المعنى..ولان كثير من السياح العرب يأتون لزيارة تركيا في الاونة الاخيرة بالاضافة الى الهجرة واللجوء السياسي فقد فكرنا في جمع هذه الكلمات في كتيب صغير كي تسهل عملية التواصل بين الاتراك وضيوفهم العرب فالشخص العربي حينما يقول الكلمات الموجودة بالكتاب سوف يفهمه الشخص التركي من دون ان يتعلم او يعرف اللغة العربية والعكس ايضا صحيح حيث ان هذه الكلمات موجوده بنفس معانيها في اللغتين This is a useful dictionary. If you know Arabic, you know some of Turkish automatically. This is a dictionary that includeslots of words used in both Arabic and Turkish. Same words, similar words, like words, equal words. Best and shortest way of learning Turkish. It will encourage you to learn Turkish. If you say that I don't know Turkish even a word, this is for you. Actually you know at least many Turkish words. Samples: kitab kalem dakika etc.< Less
Arabic Turkish similar words By Tharwat Abulmagd
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هذا الكتاب يحتوي على الكثير من... More > الكلمات التركية العربية المشتركة مثلا كلمة كتاب هي بالتركية ايضا كتاب ولكن تكتب بحروف لاتينية< Less
Nasreddin Hoca: The Turkish Jester By LogoStar Press
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Nasreddin Hoca was a populist philosopher and wise man who lived in Anatolia, remembered for his funny stories and anecdotes. He often appears as a whimsical character of a large Persian, Arab,... More > Azeri, Pashto, Urdu, Hindi, Bosnian and Turkish folk tradition of vignettes, not entirely different from Zen koans. Some tales of Nasreddin Hoca are also adapted and used as teaching stories by followers of Sufism. This is such a common practice that, given the nature of many of Nasreddin's jokes, multiple interpretations are to be expected.< Less
Nasreddin Hoca: The Turkish Jester By LogoStar Press
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Nasreddin Hoca was a populist philosopher and wise man who lived in Anatolia, remembered for his funny stories and anecdotes. He often appears as a whimsical character of a large Persian, Arab,... More > Azeri, Pashto, Urdu, Hindi, Bosnian and Turkish folk tradition of vignettes, not entirely different from Zen koans. Some tales of Nasreddin Hoca are also adapted and used as teaching stories by followers of Sufism. This is such a common practice that, given the nature of many of Nasreddin's jokes, multiple interpretations are to be expected.< Less
Turkish migration in Europe By Wadim Strielkowski & Ondřej Glazar
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This book provides an analysis of what might have happened to Turkish migration in Europe if Turkey joined the European Union. We do not want to debate over the fact whether this accession will be... More > likely or unlikely in the nearest future. All we want to show in our book is some rigorous modelling unburdened by any political judgements and to come up with results that would have shown the world the consequences of Turkish EU Accession with a special focus on its impact on migration.< Less
Turkish Migration Policy By Ibrahim Sirkeci & Barbara Pusch
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TURKISH MIGRATION POLICY, edited by Ibrahim Sirkeci and Barbara Pusch, aims to shed light on changes in migration policy, determinants beneath these changes, and practical implications for movers and... More > non-movers in Turkey. Nevertheless, one should note that Turkey has only recently faced mass immigration and the number of foreign born has more than doubled in less than five years. Such sudden change in population composition warrants policy adjustments and reviews. Policy shift from “exporting excess labour” in the 1960s and 1970s to immigrant integration today is a drastic but necessary one. Nevertheless, Turkish migration policy is still far from settled as several chapters in this book point out. Despite the exemplary humanitarian engagement in admitting Syrians, Turkey is still at the bottom of the league table of favourable integration policies with an overall score of 25 out of 100. Turkish migration policy is likely to be adjusted further in response to the continuing immigration.< Less

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