atabeg

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atabeg

(ˌɑːtɑːˈbɛɡ) or

atabek

n
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a Turkish leader who had a lower status than the ruler of the country and who acted as teacher and guardian to the male heir apparent
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a high-ranking official in the Turkish government
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Aliyarbek Abjaliyev' another son, Atabek Abjaliyev, is married to Baktygul Sharipova, the only daughter of President Sooronbai Jeenbekov.off
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In the 12th-13th centuries, Ganja became the second capital of Atabek state.
(10.) Keskin M, Kurtoglu S, Kendirci M, Atabek ME, Yazici C.
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Sahinoz and Atabek (2016) proposed capacity utilisation gap as an alternative measure of the output gap in the Turkish economy.
The two awards were presented to Bozkurt Atabek, general manager of Movenpick Hotel Istanbul by Graham Cooke, president and founder of World Travel Awards.
"Europe's Leading Business Hotel" and "Turkey's Leading Conference Hotel" awards were presented to ME[micro]venpick Hotel Istanbul's General Manager, Bozkurt Atabek by Graham Cooke, President and Founder of World Travel Awards.
(5.) Hsu PW, Salgado CJ, Kent K, Finnegan M, Pello M, Simons R, Atabek U, Kann B.
In general, the higher the filler loading, the higher the composite mechanical properties.19 Atabek et al20 found in their study, a comparative mechanical properties of bulk-fill resins and concluded that the composites related to the highest flexural and compressive strength values, were associated with the highest amount of filler loading.