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a native or inhabitant of Turkey

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Based in the Turks & Caicos Islands, interCaribbean Airways has served travelers as a gateway to the Caribbean since 1992.
Premier of the Turks and Caicos Islands and Minister of Tourism, Hon.
Among Turks who are confident in the national government, suffering increased to 30% from 12%, while suffering increased to 41% from 25% among government critics.
CNN International is coming under heavy scrutiny as its Turkey-based CNN Turk reportedly continues to turn a blind eye to protests sweeping across the nation and the brutal crackdown by police.
Val Kalliecharan, general manager of Turks and Caicos Reservations, said, 'We're trying to make the decision to take a trip to Turks and Caicos a no-brainer.
Turks & Caicos Sporting Club at Ambergris Cay donates US$25,000 to the Hurricane Ike Disaster Relief Trust, a charitable trust established to assist residents in the islands of Grand Turk, Salt Cay, South Caicos, North Caicos, and Middle Caicos whose homes have been destroyed or damaged by Hurricane Ike.
But those who deplore the move are wrong because improved relations, even at a modest diplomatic level, could address some of the issues that most Turks find so vexing.
Spirit's regular flight schedule to Turks and Caicos will begin on 23 December 2006, with Saturday service to Grand Turk and Providenciales.
Significantly, many of these come from the "borderlands of Europe," and here, of course, we meet the figure of the Turk--no--three Turks, to be precise.
Don John and his men, who were predominantly Catholic but included Orthodox Christians and some Protestants, knew that the Turks had to be turned back at Lepanto or Christendom may be doomed.
The Turks, have three children - daughter Susan Hodes, son Mitchell and daughter Stacey Rutstein, all of Oak Park - and are grandparents of four.
Visitors landing at Providenciales, the most populated of the Caribbean's Turks and Caicos (kay-kos) Islands, are greeted with the sight of excavating cranes, while roaring bulldozers drone out the locals' gossipy banter.
The case of the Kurda 'Ali brothers, ardent supporters of the Young Turks before they came to power, is perhaps the most celebrated, given the lengthy court martial's detailed procedures in this case, the transcript of which is in the Prime Minister's Archives in Istanbul.
And `Turkish army officers can still remember the enosis (forced union) of 1913 that joined Crete to mainland Greece, with its expulsion of Muslim Turks and subsequent Hellenization of the island.