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(əmrôz`) or


(ēm`brŏs), island (1990 pop. 7,948), 108 sq mi (280 sq km), NW Turkey, in the Aegean Sea, near the entrance to the Dardanelles. Grain and beans are grown there. The majority of the population is Greek.
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During the daytime, YOY common pandora were collected with a beach seine and beam trawl from 6 sites in shallow waters (<20 m) off Gokceada, Turkey (Fig.
It was also close to the Turkish island of Gokceada and the Greek island of Lemnos.
Although the official reports state no casualties or damage, some 30 people in Canakkale and five people in Tekirdag were reportedly injured after jumping out of their apartment windows, and 20 people were hospitalized in Gokceada due to the shock they experienced.
Muhittin GE-rel, Gokceada District said that, they are still investigating that how many people are unable to move their homes and workplace.
OIB in December invited potential advisers to bid for a role on the sale of Izmir's cruise-ship and freight ports, as well as ports in Tekirdag, Gulluk, Derince, Kabatepe, Pasaport and Gokceada.Source: bne
Moreover, the Directorate-General of Associations has been charged with the task of renovating houses of worship used by religious minorities, including the historic Aya Nikola Church in Gokceada Canakkale, and the Assyrian Catholic Church and Greek Catholic Church in Iskenderun.
This study was carried out on Kivircik, Sakiz and Gokceada sheep bred at Marmara Livestock Research Institute.
The CTF-151 flagship, TCG Gokceada, a Turkish frigate, was the first ship on scene, responding to a distress call received from Magellan Star, Sept.
513); seized the islands of Lemnos and Imbros (Gokceada) for Athens (c.
Upon completion of exercise, TCG GOKCEADA participated in PN-TN bilateral exercise `TURGUTREIS-III'.
Admiral Abbasi held interactions with senior and commanding officers on board HMAS Ballarat of Australia, PLA(N) Kunlunshan of China, ITS Margottini of Italy, RMK KD Mahawangsa of Malaysia, RNOV Al-Rahmani of Oman, SLNS Sayurala of Sri Lanka, TCG Gokceada of Turkey and HMS Dragon of the UK.