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TRY

ISO 4217 code for the Turkish lira. It traces its history back to the Ottoman Empire. Until 2005, the lira was subject to high (though not crippling) inflation. The "new lira," which revalued the currency, was introduced in 2005. It 2009, the word "new" was removed from coins, and it became the lira again.
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You can, depending on what you're trying and how amped you are.
The author certainly recognizes the economic and legal power men enjoyed, and the terror it allowed, but he emphasizes the uncertainties of powerful patriarchs trying to exert influence within happy families rather than lording over subjects through absolute authority.
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If you are trying to make a decision and want to know which option is more in line with God's dream for you, try the discernment of spirits.
The point is to maximize your potential rather than trying to make yourself into someone else.
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That's something I've been trying to focus on recently in my work--the notion of beauty and the pact between the filmmaker and the audience.
7) These payoffs keep me trying to do it, when I would rather do most anything else.
Yes, interfaith understanding can be difficult and awkward--as difficult and awkward as me trying to learn how to navigate their traditional boat, to toggle my way across raging waters; and as difficult and awkward as the Pattan boatman trying to learn how to operate an Evinrude.
Lowe was trying to spin a little humor on his otherwise dreary day.
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