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Aydin

(īdŭn`), city (1990 pop. 106,603), capital of Aydin prov., W Turkey, on the Büyük Menderes River. It is the trade center for a farm region where olives, figs, cotton, and tobacco are grown. The city was destroyed by fire in 1922 and has been completely rebuilt. Nearby are the ruins of the ancient Greek city of Tralles.

Aydin

, Aidin
a town in SW Turkey: an ancient city of Lydia. Pop.: 160 000 (2005 est.)
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Aydin became an important centre on the railway network with the establishment of the Izmir-Aydin Line, which opened in 1857, becoming the first railway line constructed in Asia Minor (Kurmus, 1982, 37-8).
Aydin contends that the pan-Islamic and pan-Asian visions of world order emerged during the late nineteenth century partly in response to the perceived rejection by the West of its own claims of universality; therefore, in their early stages the two anti-Westernist visions were directed at criticizing the "uncivilized" acts of European imperialism.
We are extremely critical about our own work and we are particular that only the most beautiful and the best products make it to our shelves," says Aydin. This adherence to quality has also made them one of the sole companies to manufacture bespoke shoes from London.
aaa During this meeting, Aydin, who commended the momentum created by the Moroccan initiative on the Sahara, discussed the prospects for further bolstering bilateral relations at all levels.
Aydin and his coinvestigators have also studied polymorphisms in TLR-4 but saw no association with acute rheumatic fever.
Thinking this sounded cool and easier to say than the name his Turkish dad gave him, Aydin DJ POLL assumed his new Funky Chile DJ persona.
While walking Doe back to the vessel, Aydin pushed her into a small park and raped her.
Kimliginin kadin tarafi daha dogru bir ifadeyle, asil hayati; yasanmisligi cagristiran tarafi ile daha bastan kendine asli bir gorev gibi yukledigi aydin kimligi.
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I first heard and responded to Mehmet Aydin's essay in Skopje, Macedonia, on May 11, 2002.
Harun Aydin, 29, a Turkish citizen, was taken off a plane to Tehran at Frankfurt airport last Wednesday, German federal police spokesman Armin Thiel said yesterday.
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