Ecevit


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Ecevit

(ˈɛʃəvɪt)
n
(Biography) Bülent (ˈbuːlənt). 1925–2006, Turkish politician and journalist: prime minister of Turkey (1974, 1977, 1978–79, 1998–2002)

E•ce•vit

(ɛ dʒɛˌvit)
n.
Bülent, born 1925, Turkish journalist and political leader: prime minister 1974, 1977, 1978–79, since 1999.
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Implementing agency : Uygulama ve Arastirma Hastanesi YE[pounds sterling]KSEKEuGRETIM KURUMLARI BE[pounds sterling]LENT ECEVIT E[pounds sterling]NIVERSITESI,
ZONGULDAK (CyHAN)- As part of a social responsibility project, around 100 students from BE-lent Ecevit University collect garbage to clean Kozlu Shore in the northern province of Zonguldak on Sunday.
Hamburg, Rabi'I 27, 1434, Feb 8, 2013, SPA -- Before blowing himself up at the US embassy in Ankara last week, Turkish authorities informed German counterparts of the possibility that Ecevit Sanli could be planning an attack, the magazine Der Spiegel reported Friday, according to dpa.
The man responsible for the attack was identified as Ecevit Sanli, a 40-year-old Marxist associated with the militant Revolutionary People's Liberation Party-Front .
L'homme, Ecevit Sanli, 40 ans, selon les autorites turques, s'est refugie a l'etranger apres avoir ete libere de prison en 2001 et avait participe au prealable a des attaques en 1997 contre un complexe militaire et la prefecture d'Istanbul.
TUNIS, April 6, 2011 (TAP) - Examination of the state of economic relations binding Tunisia and Turkey and identification of new co-operation opportunities, notably through the establishment of tripartite partnership, were the focal points of the meeting held Tuesday in Tunis between Tunisian Trade and Handicrafts Union (UTICA) Chairman Mohamed Ben Sedrine and Turkish Deputy Undersecretary of State in charge of Foreign Trade Bulent Ugur Ecevit.
Zafer Caglayan said a preliminary delegation headed by his deputy undersecretary Ugur Ecevit would visit Tunisia in the wake of developments that began in Tunisia and affected Middle Eastern and North African countries.
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BULENT ECEVIT, ONE OF the most important leaders in modern Turkish history, died Sunday in Ankara.
Ecevit had been in a coma since suffering a stroke in May.