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Turkey

A losing investment.

Turkey

Informal; a bad investment.

turkey

An investment that has performed poorly.
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There is also the fear that if the generals relax their grip, Turkey will be engulfed by a religiously driven revolution like the one that consumed Iran in 1979.
Modern Turkey dates from 1923, when soldier-turned-political reformer Ataturk established the present republic.
Theoretically, you can add 20 to 25 percent to your business by being in the turkey business in the springtime," he says.
Rooms at the Willard range anywhere from $190 to $800, but the tab is usually picked up by the National Turkey Federation, according to the (https://www.
Because it can take quite long to cook (about two-and-a-half hours for a six-kilo bird), you must make the most of it once you've succeeded in roasting a whole turkey.
Michel said the EU may develop its strategic relations with Turkey without accepting Turkey's membership to the union.
It's not long before the turkeys start their kee kees and another turkey comes inside our 25-yard zone.
Nicola Compton, chair of the British Turkey Federation's publicity and marketing committee, said: "It's great to see the producers are still coming up with new and exciting products all year round.
Brett Berry, a competition caller and pro staff member for Zink Game Calls, owns two Appalachian Turkey Dogs from John Byrne, the famous turkey dog breeder from Virginia, and has spent most of the last decade chasing turkeys in the fall.
In addition, turkey meat consumption in Mexico in 2011 is projected to increase 10% to 165,000 metric tonnes (MT).
The times also work for turkey crowns and other joints.
Turkey acknowledges that large numbers of Armenians died but vehemently denies it was genocide, saying the overall figure is inflated and the deaths occurred in the civil unrest during the collapse of the Ottoman Empire.