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Turkey

A losing investment.

Turkey

Informal; a bad investment.

turkey

An investment that has performed poorly.
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In August 2019, plant food specialist Before the Butcher introduced the first plant-based chicken and turkey burgers in retail markets.
Note that Turkey's gas imports has been 19,02 bln cubic meters in the first half of the current year.
In the first half of this year, Turkey's exports to Azerbaijan amounted to $1.2 billion, and imports from Azerbaijan to $381.4 million.
He said he appreciated efforts of the government of Pakistan and Turkey to enter into a strategic economic framework (SEF) for enhancement of bilateral relations in trade, tourism, health care, hospitality, industry, education, housing, agriculture, aviation and banking.
Ambassador of Turkey in Pakistan Ihsan Mustafa Yurdakul stressed upon the need of promotion of the developed mutual trade ties between Pakistan and Turkey, saying both of the countries have been enjoying the cordial trade relations and the time was ripe to further cement these trade relations.
People are also getting sick from the turkey through handling, as the CDC said that three people were infected with salmonella from feeding raw turkey to their pets.
Eating turkey at Christmas is a tradition going back to medieval times.
Turkey is popping up in foodservice menus around the country.
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. That means, after most of it has been eaten, make use of the leftover carcass as well.
Turkey will face a cold winter if Russia cuts off its gas supply