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Anatolia

Anatolia (ănˌətōˈlēə) [Gr.,=sunrise], Asian part of Turkey, usually synonymous with Asia Minor.
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Anatolia

the Asian part of Turkey, occupying the peninsula between the Black Sea, the Mediterranean, and the Aegean: consists of a plateau, largely mountainous, with salt lakes in the interior
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Armenia and the Armenian lobby claim that Turkey's predecessor, the Ottoman Empire, allegedly carried out "genocide" against the Armenians living in Anatolia in 1915.
It is seen that FI crash rates in Eastern Anatolia Region (Region 6) seems relatively higher than the others.
Distribution of the maternal origins as percentiles by geographical regions FMF JIA Black Sea 48,9 38,4 Central Anatolia 23,1 12,6 Eastern Anatolia 16,6 22,2 Marmara 3,9 14,6 Southeast 4,3 10,1 Mediterranean 2,2 0,5 Aegeon 0,9 1,5 Figure 1.
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"As an Anatolia based company, we are proud to have received the first ever technology investment by a Fund in our region.
The [CHA.sub.2][DS.sub.2]-VASc score was statistically lower in South-eastern and Eastern Anatolia than in other regions.
In exchange, France received a 25 per cent share of Iraqi oil.The allies also devised, for the first time, a blueprint for a European-style Kurdish nation state in south-eastern Anatolia.
Under the deal eligible Anatolia shareholders receives 0.06579 Uranium Resources shares for every one Anatolia share they own.
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At least four PKK leaders and 30 female rebels were among the dead, according to Anatolia's Turkish security and intelligence sources.
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