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a former Turkish term of respect

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Commenting on flydubai's growing network, Jeyhun Efendi said, "We are pleased to increase capacity between Dubai and Kazakhstan.
c) Department of Architecture, Fatih Sultan Mehmet Vakif University, Merkez Efendi Mah.
Built in 1576, Sofia's Kadi Seyfullah Efendi Cami is a powerful reminder of Bulgaria's Ottoman links.
When Ottoman armies marched to face Persian forces in the 1540s, shaykh al-Islam Ebussuud Efendi declaimed Shi'a and Alevis in Anatolia as heretics who could legally be enslaved.
Hic kuskusuz, Ebussuud Efendi, bu fetvalariyla Islam tarihinde cocuklugun alt ve ust yas sinirlarini yuksek tutmaya calisan gorusun yaninda yer almistir.
In Africa and the Middle East, hotels selected include Efendi Hotel, Acre, Israel; Fellah Hotel, Marrakesh, Morocco; Lamai Serengeti, Tanzania; Olive Exclusive, Windhoek, Namibia; Palais Namaskar, Marrakesh, Morocco; The Selman, Marrakesh, Morocco; Sofitel Legend Old Cataract, Aswan, Egypt; White Pearl Resorts, Ponta Mamoli, Zitundo, Mozambique.
We are not the ones who disturb the peace by being here, it's the two banana republics and their efendi (master) in the middle," said Kostis.
For crown prince Osman Celalettin Efendi, the fundamental question of his people was, "How to be oneself?
However, his attempt to contextualize musical encounters between Vienna and the Ottoman Empire is onesided as he neglects to show how European music influenced Turkish music, such as representations of the waltz by Ottoman court composer Hamamizade Ismail Dede Efendi (1778-1846).
According to the notice, one of the best known Turkish coffee brands, "Kurukahveci Mehmet Efendi, his child Ahmet Efendi, Kurukahveci ve Ortaklar Limited Partnership", had applied to TPI on March 4, 2011, asking the TPI to give geographical indication to Turkish coffee.
Josef Dreher's "Une polemique a Istanbul au XVIIe siecle" analyzes the arguments of the Bayrami shaykh from Istanbul (Abdi Efendi (d.
Muslim thinkers like Ahmad Khan, Fazlur Rahman,Ali Sharyati, Abdullah Ahmad Naim, Hasan Hanafi, Muhammad Abed al-Jabiri, Muhammad Arkoun, Abdul Karim Soroush, Fatima Mernesi, Aminah Wadud, Nawal Sa'dawi, Rifa'at Hasan, Ali Abd al-Raziq (Ahmad Zaki 2005), Farid Esack (NurFarhana 2010), Nurcholis Madjid, Harun Nasution, Ahmad Wahib, Lutfi al-Syaukani, Ulil Abshar, Djohan Efendi (Muslim 2005) and many more have been usually related to the development of Liberal Islam.
The manuscript was originally by Ottoman judge Cami Efendi, who lived in Egypt and Ederne, Turkey, in the late 16th and early 17th centuries.
One such tragedy engulfed Ovakim Efendi and his family.