Tezel


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Tezel

(ˈtɛtsəl)
n
(Biography) a variant spelling of (Johann) Tetzel
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Te•zel

(ˈtɛt səl)

n.
Johann, Tetzel, Johann.
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Turkmen delegation was led by Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkmenistan,e delegation of Turkey was led by the Chief of Directorate of bilateral political relations of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkey Ambassador Yonet Can Tezel.
The Turkish side was headed by Ambassador Yonet Can Tezel and the head of the department of bilateral political relations of the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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Ekrem Behcet Tezel opened the first national congress in the Gureba-Capa lecture hall (October 4, 1951).