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HOCAHeart of Catskill Association (New York)
HOCAHypertrophic Obstructive Cardiomyopathy
HOCAHands of Change Association
HOCAHelping Our Children Achieve (Grafton, MA; support group)
HOCAHandbook of Clinical Audiology (Jack Katz book)
HOCAHealth Organization for Central Afghanistan
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In 1982, a Muslim Brotherhood group including AMGT member Fazil uveyce came to Turkey to meet with Erbakan: "They said that they were about to start a Muslim Brotherhood revolt in Syria and they asked Erbakan Hoca for support." Karamollaoglu recounted that Erbakan had addressed the question of an armed uprising as follows: "By no means attempt such a thing.
Raphelengius's intended edition of these tales marks a milestone in the publishing history of Nasreddin Hoca stories.
Harun Yahya blames Hoca Tahsin Efendi, among others, for spreading Darwinist ideas over the Ottoman Empire; see http://www.harunyahya.com/en/Articles/236573/During-the-Time-of-Abdul-Hamid-Darwinism-and-Materialism-Spread-to-Every-Corner-of-the-Ottoman-Empire-During-this-period-the-Ottoman-Empire-and-the-Islamic-World-were-Fragmented (accessed August, 2017).
For example, "aunt (father's sister), uncle (mother's sister), sister-in-law (brother's wife), 10 tl, 20 tl, 100 tl, Ataturk, Fatih Sultan Mehmet, Mevlana, Nasrettin Hoca, Keloglan, Cumhuriyet and so on" were included in the glossary.
"All OSCE participating States are committed to adopting legislation that would ensure the citizens' right to profess their religion while also designing policies to promote religious tolerance and inter-faith dialogue, which acquires special importance in diverse societies," said Vardon Deniz Hoca, Human Dimension Officer of the OSCE Centre in Ashgabat.
* Corresponding author: Gulis Kavadar, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Department, Medicine Hospital Barbaros mahallesi, Hoca Ahmet Yesevi caddesi 149 34203 Bagcilar, Istanbul, Turkey, E-mail: gulisd@hotmail.com
8 -- Nasreddin Hodja (Hoca in Turkish; the letter 'c' is pronounced as 'dj') was a Muslim humorist from Turkey (in the 13th century C.E.).
She writes: "I was angry, and I screamed [....] He grasped my hands [...] looked me in the eye and in a voice that was barely audible said, 'Then we have to divorce.' [....] With that, he bowed his head, closed his eyes, and said the words 'Bos ol, bos ol, bos ol.' These words were enough to nullify a hoca wedding.
Vincent de Paul paid $1.125 million to HOCA, a Newberg-based company, for the 63-space Oakridge Mobile Home Park.
(19.) Cimen F, Ciftci TU, Berktas BM, Sipit T, Hoca NT, Dulkar G.
[18,19] Daha sonra yapilan calismalarin cogu, toplumun ruhsal sorunlar karsisinda "Hoca"lara basvurdugunu ve dinsel-buyusel tedavileri tercih ettigini ortaya koymustur.