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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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Masimo announced the findings of a recently published study in which researchers at Bulent Ecevit University in Zonguldak, Turkey compared two noninvasive methods of predicting fluid responsiveness in mechanically ventilated patients in the intensive care unit: Masimo PVi and dIVC.
Department of Gastroenterology, Bulent Ecevit University School of Medicine, Zonguldak, Turkey
Gulen said he enjoyed warm ties with several former Turkish leaders, from liberal ex-president Turgut Ozal in the 1980s to his conservative successor Suleyman Demirel and Bulent Ecevit, the social-democratic prime minister from 1999 to 2002, Middle East Eye reported.
1] Department of Psychiatry, Bulent Ecevit University School of Medicine, Zonguldak, Turkey
Bulent Ecevit Oniversitesi Tip Fakultesi Cocuk Sagligi ve Hastaliklari Anabilim Dali, 67600 Esenkoy, Kozlu, Zonguldak, Turkey.
Among the renowned personalities, who experienced imprisonment at this jail, were the former premier Bulent Ecevit and the poet Nazim Hikmet.
In the past we have had Bulent Ecevit, the prime minister of the invasion and previously his predecessors.
As you will recall, after economic institutions were reorganized with the reforms designed and implemented by Kemal Dervis, the country started to recover from instability even with the weakest-ever coalition government led by Bulent Ecevit.
A 29-year-old man presented to the gastroenterology department, Bulent Ecevit University Hospital, with one week history of continous abdominal pain in the epigastric and right upper quadrant of the abdomen.
If the ceiling fans are not working, the workers could die within an hour," said Didari, from the Bulent Ecevit University in the city of Zonguldak.