Berid

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Berid

A Turkish measure of length approximately equivalent to 227 meters. It became obsolete when Turkey made the metric system mandatory in 1933. An equivalent term is menzil.
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Niranjan G V, Deepa L N, Anand D Meundi, Margaret Menzil, Bhaskar Kurre
Idlib's rich history: The early Bronze Age ruins of Ebla, a third millennium ancient city; the Menzil Kulliyah with its castle, caravanserai, bath, mosque and primary school built by the Ottoman Grand Vizier Koprl Mehmed Pasha at Jisr al-Sughur; and a number of well-known mosques, such as Sa'd ibn Waqqas Mosque, the great Abu Dharr al-Ghifari Mosque and the Khalid ibn al-Walid Mosque, all sit in the city of Idlib.
(21) Bulent Aydemir, "Turk Fuzesi: Hedef Menzil 2500 km", Haberturk, 29 December 2011, http://www.haberturk.com/ gundem/haber/701120-turk-fuzesi-hedef-menzil-2500-km (Accessed on 31 December 2011).
The BugE-n daily reported in January that some 3,200 high-ranking police chiefs were profiled due to their alleged allegiance to the SE-leymancylar community inspired by the late imam SE-leyman Hilmi Tunahan, as well as the Menzil group, the Alevi sect and the faith-based Hizmet movement, a civil society initiative inspired by Turkish Islamic scholar Fethullah GE-len.
On June 12, as the Canadians were arriving in Hamadan, Dunsterville attacked Menzil, held by Jangali led by Mirza Kuchik Khan.
24 SZ, 14 BB-I (mani CANTAB bataryasinin 2005 (69) doneminde),33 SK uzaysal calisma bellegi, uzaysal menzil, uzaysal planlama gibi alt alanlari Bozikas ve ark.
Bu plan semasi ile genellikle menzil kulliyeleri icerisinde yer alan camilerde karsilasilmaktadir (Muderrisoglu, 1993: 254).
For example, I do not see any explanation of why sic is necessary with etmelleriyle (4b/3, written with double "1") and none with menzil (6b/1, written with a long ya).