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Turkey

A losing investment.

Turkey

Informal; a bad investment.

turkey

An investment that has performed poorly.
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Outdoors, there is sun, dust, rain and other weather factors that could disrupt its operation," said El Turky, who still works up to 10 hours a week as a lecturer at Lebanon's Notre Dame University.
Turky, "Dielectric and chromatographic characterization of polyethylene glycols as stationary phases," International Journal of Polymeric Materials and Polymeric Biomaterials, vol.
A couple of weeks later, anti-inoculationist apothecary Isaac Massey decried the "sham Turky Merchant letter," confirming that the ruse of anonymity failed to convince all readers to trust the Turkish, aristocratic, and feminine practice of smallpox inoculation.
The source, who requested anonymity, said the head of the Divan, Abdulbasit Turky, who was hosted today in the Iraqi Parliament, refused to endorse the final financial statements of the previous years.
The agreement was signed by David Carr, general manager -- Molecular Imaging of GE Healthcare and Dr Turky Abdulmajeed, the CEO of Wadi Jeddah, on the sidelines of the ongoing Arab Health expo in Dubai.
In order to find out the difference between four groups (male and female students of undergraduate courses; male and female students of post graduate courses; male students of undergraduate and female students of postgraduate courses and female students of undergraduate and male students of postgraduate courses) is significant Turky test was applied as indicated in Table 3.
In line with the program being implemented by the Presidency of Metrology and Environmental Protection for rehabilitation of areas and regions damaged by the Gulf War, the President, Prince Turky Bin Nassir Bin Abdul Aziz has signed 4 contracts for rehabilitation of areas, in the north and east of the Kingdom, that were damaged in the Gulf War.
(2000), "Determinants of Private Savings in the Arab Countries: Iran and Turky", http://info.worldbank.org/etools/mdfdb/entry w.htm.
Lots of foreign companies from US, UK, Germany, France, Spain, Belgium, Denmark, Austria, Netherlands, Canada, China, Russia, Turky, Bulgaria, and Romania attended the exhibition to try the trade possibilities in the related fields.
Van Varick's inventory lists her stock of "turky work carpets," three of which she bequeathed to her children, thus signaling their high market (and sentimental) value to the owner.
Hamas has rejected the presence of Israeli monitors at border crossings, calling instead for monitors to come from the EU and Turky.
(1) Naval Academy, Tusla, Turky, (2) Naval Academy, Constanta, Romania, (3) Ovidius University, Constanta, Romania