TALIP

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TALIPTransactions on Asian Language Information Processing
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According to a research by Talip [27], when an individual wants to motivate himself to get high performance, commitment to the task and being optimistic or interested in doing it would drive that person to strive to get it.
Ahmet Sahpaz (1), Azem Irez (2), Hatice Gulbeyaz (2), Mustafa Talip sener (3), Ahmet Nezih Kok (3)
Zhi-Qiang Liu, (1) Yoke Mooi Ng, (2) Pei Jen Tiong, (2) Ruwaida Asyikin Abu Talip, (2) Nornadia Jasin, (2) Vivien Yi Mian Jong, (3) and Meng Guan Tay (2)
Mehmet Kolukisa, (1) Elif Gokcal, (1) Azize Esra Gursoy, (1) Cigdem Deniz, (1) Ayce Aralacmak, (2) and Talip Asil (1)
ACM Transactions on Asian Language Information Processing (TALIP), 8(4), 14.
Talip Kucukcan, an academic and AKP politician, said the decision had been affected by the current situation in Turkey.
Kamil Tunay [1], Havva Tunay [2], Nese Demirturk [2], Oya Oruc [1], Talip Cevik [1], Ahmet Boyaci [3]
Talip Atalay and Maronite Archbishop Youssef Soueif in Nicosia on Wednesday.
Correspondence should be addressed to Talip Kellegoz; tkellegoz@gazi.edu.tr
The Bole county government said Mehmet Talip, a 90-year-old Uighur Communist Party member, had promised to avoid fasting and vowed to "not enter a mosque in order to consciously resist religious and superstitious ideas."
The Bole county government said that Mehmet Talip, a 90-year-old Uighur Communist Party member, had promised to avoid fasting and vowed to "not enter a mosque in order to consciously resist religious and superstitious ideas".
Spending days in bed, doing nothing but just sleeping and staring, she almost came back to life by expressing her emotions in her books, Raik'in Annesi (Raik's Mother, 1909), Seviye Talip (1910) and Handan (1912).