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a village in western Anatolia (Turkey). During the Greco-Turkish War of 1919–22, Turkish forces under the command of İsmet Paș§a (İnönü) gained victories over Greek interventionists near this village. The battles took place in 1921 on January 10 and March 31.

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In the end, Inonu persuaded Churchill that Turkey was more use to the Allies if she remained neutral.
Ethics Committee Approval: Ethics committee approval was received for this study from Inonu University (Decision Date: 12.
Ambassador Garnier said that CHP leader ismet Inonu, Nation Party (MP) leader Osman Bolukbasi and Freedom Party (HP) leader Fevzi Lutfi Karaosmanoglu had made attempts in this regard but they had not given rise to an alliance.
Manufacturing operations at our Inonu plant have been temporarily suspended until further notice," the statement said.
Cumhuriyet'in kuruldugu bu donemde dis politikada agirlikli olarak Ataturk, Inonu ve yakin calisma arkadaslarinin etkili oldugu ifade edilmektedir.
Dr Nigel Carter, chief executive of the British Dental Health Foundation, said: "The link may seem frivolous but the research from Inonu University, in Turkey, clearly points to severe gum disease as a possible cause of erectile dysfunction.
According to Faith Oguz, MD, from Inonu University in Malatya, Turkey, many studies have reported a link between chronic periodontitis and systemic vascular diseases, such as coronary heart disease, which in turn have been linked with erectile dysfunction.
Faith Oguz from Inonu University in Malatya, Turkey.
Analyzing representative American autobiography, essays, and fiction from the late colonial period to the early 20th century, Koseman (English, Inonu U.
Habip Almis, Yunus Emre Kum, Yesim Onal, Cengiz Yakinci Inonu Universitesi, Tip Fakultesi, Cocuk Sagligi ve Hastaliklari Anabilim Dali, Malatya, Turkiye
a] Department of Neurology, Inonu University, Turgid Ozal Medical Center, 44069, Malatya, Turkey, Efkan [Uz.