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Johann . ?1465--1519, German Dominican monk. His preaching on papal indulgences provoked Luther's 95 theses at Wittenberg (1517)
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For those who want to take care of their eyes, Tezel (https://www.
In the study conducted by Tezel Sahin&YuksekUsta (2016) on the preschool children, it was seen that some of the children gave the answer of "Sport is basketball" to the question of "What is sports?
Tung Tezel photographs nightscapes from some of the most picturesque locations on Earth.
Tezel, "Accelerated aging in glaucoma: immunohistochemical assessment of advanced glycation end products in the human retina and optic nerve head," Investigative Opthalmology & Visual Science, vol.
According to Tezel, around 9,000 Meskhetian Turks live in Ukraine.
On 8 October, 2015, the Minister of Information Policy of Ukraine Yurii Stets, with the purpose to establish cooperation and implementation of Ukrainian foreign broadcasting in leading cable networks of the world, held a meeting with the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Turkey to Ukraine Ukraine YE[micro]net Can Tezel and the Deputy Head of Mission, the Ambassador s Advisor.
The Turk Ambassador was also accompanied by Kamil Kolabas Advisor to Turk Prime Minister on International Aid and Giray Tezel Country Director of Turk Development Agency while Honorary Consul General of Turkey in Peshawar Saleem Saifullah Khan, Deputy Chief Mission Malik Riaz Advocate, Mohsin Aziz Vice Chairman Board of Investment and Trade (BoIT), Syed Zafar Ali Shah Secretary Planning & Development, Special Secretary to Chief Minister and Secretary Information Mohammad Israr Khan and other concerned authorities were present on the occasion.
Similarly, Gilmore, McManus, Sharma and Tezel (2009) find that gold exhibits negative correlation with large-cap stocks but no correlation with mid- and small-cap stocks.
It has been reported that in many countries, although it differs from subject to subject, there is a decrease in the number of people choosing teaching as a profession, which has triggered researchers to explore the reasons for attritions and propose new, appealing methods to attract people to the profession (Eren & Tezel, 2010; Kilinc, Watt, & Richardson, 2012; Kyriacou, Kune, Stephens, & Hultgren, 2003; Richardson & Watt, 2006; Taylor, 2006; Watt et al.