Ceki

Ceki

A Turkish measure of weight approximately equivalent to 226 kilograms. It became obsolete when Turkey made the metric system mandatory in 1933.
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Yusuf Aydin (1), Ceki Paltura (2), Fatih Tetik (2), Elife Kimiloglu (3), Mehmet Kulekci (2)
* A Collaborative Study for the Development of a Standard Critical Chloride Threshold Test Method; Ceki Halman, University of Missouri
Uluslararasi iliskiler, cografya, tarih, sosyoloji gibi nerdeyse tum sosyal disiplinler, ozellikle de feminist hareketin ve soylemin isiginda kendilerine ceki duzen vermeye calisirken jeopolitika da bundan etkilendi.
Amac: Bu calismada Saglik Degerlendirme Anketi'nin (SDA) temel oz bakim alarindan olan giyinme ve kendi kendine ceki duzen verme, yemek yeme ve hijyen aktivitelerindeki bozulmalar belirlendi ve bu bozulmalarla hastalik aktivitesi ve deformite arasindaki iliskiler arastirildi.
Itirazlarinin bundan sonra hakli olma payi dusecek: Ornek bir dergi olabildigine gore, herkesin kendisine ceki duzen vermesi "ben yaptim oldu" degil; arkamda gucu!!!
Hastalarin 13'une (%48) EEG cekildi ve EEG'si ceki lenlerin 12'sinde (%92,3) ensefalopati ile uyumlu bulgular ve birisinde ise (%7,7) yaygin epileptik aktivite saptandi.
Like the campy character Ceki, who was actually holding the gun in the first place, Aladin's sexual orientation is ambiguous, and one of the girls even suggests that the two boys were 'up to something'.
Le terme Manggarai ceki a un sens plus restreint, qui se refere aux esprits des ancetres et aux regles de comportement associees a l'ascendance.
Kevern, Ph.D., P.E., Ceki Halmen, Ph.D., P.E., University of Missouri-Kansas City; Dirk P.
The water for Todo village is wae' majok, a spring, which one informant said was pointed out to the founding ancestor of the village by a porcupine (rutun), now a kind of totem (ceki) of the Todo clan (they are forbidden to eat its meat).