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ENESE. Ney Elementary School (Freeport, TX)
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ISTANBUL -- A Turkish court has accepted an indictment charging the father of NBA player Enes Kanter with "membership in a terror group," the country's official news agency reported Monday.
"My work permit took so long to come through that I took out Portuguese citizenship because of my father and got permission to play that way," said Enes, after starring for an hour and then having to go off.
The prosecutor claims that Enes Eciy-ci and his colleagues bought these devices with the purpose of spying.
Enes stated that his family was initially against his participation in the olympics, adding: "However, when I won a gold medal, they started to support me in my preparation efforts for other science olympics."
The two brothers, 15-year-old Enes Yylmaz and 17-year-old Bedirhan Yylmaz, died when the roof of their Ecyrpycy neighborhood apartment building reportedly caught fire.
Hope Solo (@hopesolo) July 20, 2019 Meanwhile, Celtics' Enes Kanter did not catch the action live but tweeted congratulations to the Filipino boxer.
Enes Kanter is known to be a monster in terms of producing numbers on the basketball court.
File - ENES E[pounds sterling]NAL CAIRO -- 19 February 2019: Real Valladolid's emerging centre-forward Enes E[pounds sterling]nal is used to making an immediate impression; the young Turkish international is already well established as one of LaLiga's rising stars.
NEW YORK (AP) -- The New York Knicks have waived Enes Kanter and Wesley Matthews, allowing them to sign with other teams for a playoff run.
BORO have recalled young defender Enes Mahmutovic from Yeovil Town because of a lack of pitch time.