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Turk

1. a native, inhabitant, or citizen of Turkey
2. a native speaker of any Turkic language, such as an inhabitant of Turkmenistan or Kyrgyzstan
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Dogan, leader of the ethnic Turk Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF), managed to knock the gun away as people rushed the stage and subdued the assailant, CNN reported.
In retrospect, the MRF should be conceived of as extraordinarily successful in raising the profile and ensuring proper representation of ethnic Turks in the country.
A total 370,000 ethnic Turks eventually left Bulgaria, although 155,000 later returned, according to researcher Mihail Ivanov who has studied the Bulgarian secret services archives.
With most tobacco farmers being ethnic Turks and traditional MRF voters, the party staked the outcome of any sale on the amount of tobacco the new owners would buy from local producers.
Gul, who is on the third day in his stay in Bulgaria, visited Varna and then proceeded to Shumen where many ethnic Turks live.
The houses of ethnic Turks were attacked last night in the village of Maevka.
The cell is allegedly led by a German of Syrian descent but also includes ethnic Turks, German converts to Islam and one member with Afghan roots.
Most are the descendants of ethnic Turks who arrived during five centuries of Ottoman rule that ended in 1878.
Although some ethnic Turks resented the commercial success of their minorities, they could and did work together successfully.
Peck believes the influx of Jews from Russia and elsewhere has changed the main question from why Jews no live in Germany to how, the ramifications of the Holocaust in both Germany and the US, Russian emigration and its role in revitalizing German Jewry, the ways Jews represent themselves and are represented in Germany today, the parallel and divergent lives of ethnic Turks, modern anti-Semitism, Israel as a source of identity, and the effects of the new disapora caused by globalization.
The Associated Press quoted an Iraqi security official as saying the bomb exploded in a mostly Kurdish district of Kirkuk, a mixed city of Kurds, Arabs and ethnic Turks.
Massoud Barzani is a member of the governing council, established on July 13, which brings together Shiites, Sunnis, Kurds, Christians and ethnic Turks in Iraq, which has been occupied by U.