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a former Turkish term of respect

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Efendi, University of Syiah Kuala, Department of Agrotechnology, Faculty of Agriculture, Banda Aceh.
The cross-sectional, analytical study was conducted from January to June 2014 in Obstetrics and Gynaecology Clinic at Merkez Efendi Hospital, Manisa, which is located in the western region of Turkey.
Efendi, Srivastava and Swanson (2007) found that restatement firms had higher interest coverage ratios than firms in the matched sample.
However, passenger numbers on Russian routes have dropped by 40 per cent in the last year, confirms senior vice president Jeyhun Efendi.
Although there are many legends surrounding the springs, the oldest testimony that thermal water was used for balneotherapy are the two basins in Banjiste built in 1797 by Hadzi Mudzedin, the son of Numan Efendi, members of the old Oruci Zade family from Debar whose genealogy can be traced back to 1010.
The Ministry of Health (MoH's) regulations included the following criteria for nurse participation (Kurniati & Efendi, 2012; MoH, 2010b):
On board the flight were Director General of Dubai Municipality, Hussain Nasser Lootah, flydubai's Chief Executive Officer, Ghaith Al Ghaith, and Senior Vice President Commercial (UAE, EU, ME, CIS), Jeyhun Efendi.
Through the statement released in the media, efendi Rexhepi is entirely contrary to the Constitution, namely with Article 20 which guarantees existence and functioning of a civil sector which is the feature of every democratic society.
Built in 1576, Sofia's Kadi Seyfullah Efendi Cami is a powerful reminder of Bulgaria's Ottoman links.
The most popular of these antisemitic books, Yalcin's Efendi, does not limit itself to uncovering the Jewish roots of present-day public figures.
Hic kuskusuz, Ebussuud Efendi, bu fetvalariyla Islam tarihinde cocuklugun alt ve ust yas sinirlarini yuksek tutmaya calisan gorusun yaninda yer almistir.
Based on a fetwa issued by Ebus-suud Efendi in the 16th century, she suggests that the lines drawn were about the social class rather than religious standing.
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.