LALE


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LALELow-Altitude Long-Endurance (aircraft)
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Lale alleged that the victim, Shamsu, had slumped and became unconscious after the defendants, on June 9, at about 11:25 p.m.
Lale says: "The machines and games are still doing a good trade, but on a normal Saturday I wouldn't have time to even talk to Mark as we're processing slips constantly.
Over the course of three years, Morris interviewed Lale, teasing out his memories and weaving them into her heart-rending narrative of a Jew whose unlikely forced occupation as a tattooist put him in a position to act with kindness and humanity in a place where both were nearly extinct.
Lale's design process starts by looking at the competition--seeing who the Robot Wars champion is, and then asking "How can I build a robot who can beat them?
When close-knit sisters Lale (Gunes Sensoy), Nur (Doga Doguslu), Ece (Elit Iscan), Selma (Tugba Sunguroglu) and Sonay (llayda Akdogan) attend a soccer match partway into writer/director Deniz Gamze Erguven's Mustang (2015), joy radiates from their teenage faces.
"It is critical that health workers do not themselves unwittingly perpetuate this harmful practice," adds Dr Lale Say, WHO Coordinator, Department of Reproductive Health and Research at WHO.
We watch the girls react in different ways through the eyes of Lale, the youngest, who secretly dreams of fleeing to the capital Istanbul.
During operation conducted in Gaziantep and KahramanmaraE- provinces, police raided Lale Education and Culture Association and analyzed computers and documents.
Opening introductions will be followed by a performance from artist Georgia Lale, and speakers who will address current asylum issues, volunteer opportunities, interfaith efforts within the commonwealth, and testimony from members of the refugee community.
But the progress has been "uneven," with around 99 percent of those deaths occurring in developing countries, said Lale Say, reproductive health and research coordinator at the World Health Organization.
Historically, tulip, also known as "Lale" in Turkish, was brought to Istanbul from eastern parts of Turkey and plains of Central Asia by the Ottomans as they used it to decorate their palaces and gardens.