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Leaving etymology aside, synchronic analysis of texts from the Neo-Assyrian period indicates that arsu is used to designate the experiential scheme of Uncleanness, whereas lu'u is also used in relation to Infection.
Tavernise & Arsu, supra note 3 (covering the Turkish Court's ruling that found the AKP constitutional).
Sebnem Arsu, "Ex-Chief of Turkish Army is arrested in Widening Case Alleging Coup Plot," The New York Times (January 5, 2012), p.
id=292339; Sebnem Arsu & Rick Gladstone, New Mayhem on 2 Borders as Syrian Opposition Unifies, N.
According to Sebnem Arsu, the main motivation behind Turkey's endeavors to normalize its relations with Armenia was the expectation that "better relations with Armenia could improve its chances" of EU membership.
Sebnem Arsu and Liam Stack, "Fearing Assault, More Syrians Flee Into Turkey," New York Times, June 9, 2011; Jack Khoury and Anshel Pfeffer, "Eight said killed as IDF fires on infiltrators from Syria and Lebanon," Haaretz, May 15, 2011.
Steven Erlanger contributed reporting from Paris, and Sebnem Arsu and Hwaida Saad from Antakya.
Gokhan Temel, (1) Duygu Sevinc Esen, (2) Nergis Arsu (2)
Arsu, Sebnem, "Turkey's Pact with Russia Will Give It Nuclear Plant", The New York Times, 12 May 2010.
Sebnem Arsu & Steven Erlanger, Libya Rebels Get Formal
104) Sebnem Arsu, Clinton Chides Turkey on Rights Record, N.
Sipahi OR, Senol S, Arsu G, Pullukcu H, Tasbakan M, Yamazhan T, et al.
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