26 adjectives to describe « turkey » | Collocation dictionary
It would be Nicorette for New York's neighborhoods, instead of coldturkey.
The Wall Street Journal puts atop its "Worldwide" box a powerful earthquake in westernTurkey, which killed at least 286 people and injured 2,500.
There are wildturkeys inland from Tutira Station together with feral peafowl at Waimarama.
Atatürk was the founder of modernTurkey, which is no mean accomplishment (what have you done with your life?
LacticTurkey Events runs various off road events including disciplines such as forest/bush run, rogaine, walk and mountain bike.
The Wall Street Journal 's Joe Morgenstern calls it "an eight-leggedturkey," and Todd McCarthy of Daily Variety writes that it's "just not there."
A few examples follow: dipper duck for the pied-billed grebe; jakes for young maleturkeys (their elders are toms); loopwood or witch hobble for the hobblebush ( Viburnum alnifolium ) because the stems bend over and grow roots at the tips creating a loop that can abruptly trip a hiker in snowy woods; pippin , not for the apple, but for the tangy, red berry of wintergreen (Gaultheria procumbens); pugger for ferret; quong-queedle for the bobolink; rain crow for the cuckoo, often heard before rain; scoke (or skoke ) for pokeweed ( Phytolacca americana ) of Massachusett Indian origin; skipper for a young deer; and finally an imaginative one, whippoorwill shoes for the lady's slipper orchid (Cypripedium acaule) .
Almost the entire Kurdish population lives in a mountainous area that covers easternTurkey, northern Iraq, and northwestern Iran, as well as slivers of Syria, Armenia, and Azerbaijan.
The phrase could have come from “to talk cold turkey” and was transferred to drug withdrawal because the underlying image of a horripilated nakedturkey was memorable.
With Hillary and Chelsea Clinton already in Istanbul, and Bill Clinton due there from Ankara later this week for a summit of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, the Guardian of London fronted Monday the claim that the disastrous earthquakes in northwesternTurkey were "a prelude to a cataclysmic strike in Istanbul."
In an editorial Tuesday in the English-language paper, Turkish Daily News , Ilnur Cevik wrote that Ecevit and Iraqi Vice President Tariq Aziz recently agreed to a resumption of oil sales and border trade between southeastTurkey and Iraq, which had been interrupted by the American and British bombing campaign.
It has "de-Kurdified " much of southeasternTurkey, bulldozing as many as 2,500 Kurdish villages and forcing thousands of Kurds to move to cities in western Turkey.
But Boorman, pickled since youth in Arthurian legends, has become nearly unemployable thanks to the mythic resonances in such epicturkeys as Zardoz (1974), Exorcist II: The Heretic (1977), Where the Heart Is (1990), and the worthy dud Beyond Rangoon (1995).
Why does this high-tech haven produce such jumboturkeys?
The fire in Turkey'slargest oil refinery continued to blaze out of control, threatening to blow up a nearby fertilizer plant and forcing tens of thousands of local residents to flee.
The use of air bases in Turkeyiscrucial for the US.
Although it is unlikely that the current government will be brought down by the crisis, the paper says it could lead to "the grassroots development of Turkey'sfragile democracy.
The Italian papers, which see Turkey'shuman rights record as a serious impediment to its ambition to join the European Union, reacted with outrage Friday to a photograph issued by the Turkish government showing Ocalan blindfolded and manacled in front of the Turkish flag.
Finger-pointing over western Turkey'sill preparedness for the quake began in some places before rescue and relief efforts, the WP reports.
In this spirit, the lead paragraph of the Journal's earthquake article merits quoting in full: "A powerful 45-second earthquake cut a swath through Turkey'sindustrial heartland, killing thousands of people, shutting businesses, wrecking major power lines and jolting national confidence just as the economy showed signs of leaving 1999's recession behind."
Referring to Turkey'slongstanding application for membership in the European Union, Birand said, "A special fund needs to be established to get the Turkish economy up and running, not under the leadership of the United States but this time with a campaign led by the EU.
The phrase could have come from “to talk cold turkey” and was transferred to drug withdrawal because the underlying image of a horripilated naked turkeywasmemorable.
Aziz went to Ankara at the invitation of Turkey'spro-Iraqi Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit to discuss closer economic ties and the problem of Kurdish separatism, which both countries feel is being fueled by the United States' "mismanagement" of the Iraqi crisis.
Economist , July 19 (posted Saturday, July 19) An article makes the case that Turkey'ssecular military has gone too far in its struggle against the Islamist Welfare Party.
Good news: Turkey'sarmed forces are tightening screws on the country's ruling Muslim religious party in order to safeguard pluralism.
Only the LAT mentions that Turkey'stop-heavy government leaves regional authorities without the resources to cultivate local civil defense teams.