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a long Turkish knife with a curved blade having a single edge

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* Yatagan E (1991) Bulasici Hastaliklar ve Epidemiyoloji.
Turkish utility Elsan Elektrik Gerecleri Sanayi ve Ticaret AS has submitted the highest bid of USD1.091bn (EUR805m) for local, state-run coal-fired Yatagan power plant in southwestern Turkey.
13 June 2014 - Turkish utility Elsan Elektrik Gerecleri Sanayi ve Ticaret AS has submitted the highest bid of USD1.091bn (EUR805m) for local, state-run coal-fired Yatagan power plant in southwestern Turkey, the country's Privatisation Administration said.
A westernised version of the Oplot, known as the Yatagan, is also part of the Ukrspetsexport portfolio.
(3) Department of Ophthalmology, Yatagan State Hospital, 48500 Mugla, Turkey
added that as a result, the Armenians preferred the Russian boot instead of the Turkish yatagan. As for Georgians, they never had a
MUGLA, Aug 5, 2011 (TUR) -- A house has been unearthed in the ancient city of Lagina near Yatagan town of the southwestern Turkish province of Mugla.
(6) Together they participated in sailing adventures in the Gulf of Gokova exploring the sporadic islands, bays, and coves off the shores of Bodrum on Cevat Sakir's simple sponge diver's boat, Yatagan. Their aim was to rediscover the Aegean coasts of Turkey immortalized by Homer.
Demirak and coworkers [11] investigated the concentrations of heavy metals in water, bottom sediment and tissues (muscle and gills) of Leuciscus cephalus from the Dipsiz stream in the Yatagan basin (southwestern Turkey), the site of a thermal power plant.
The newly-formed consortium, Yatagan, is a collaboration between Bard Investments, Chescor Capital, Maisam architects & engineers and Parsons Brinckerhoff, as well as a number of regional and international companies.
(7.) Moreover, in one case (Yatagan), the Council of Ministers overruled a court decision that a plant should be closed due to high pollution levels.
The head of the excavation team, Professor Ahmet Tirpan, told reporters on Friday that they had unearthed a sacred spring, providing water to the sacred fountain" in the ancient city of Stratonikeia in Yatagan town of the western province of Mugla.