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n. a lesbian; a bulldiker. (Rude and derogatory.) Who’s the dike in the cowboy boots?
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Diker also defended the first year of the Trump presidency.
Looking closely at the great Diker pair in Figure 5.
During the period of the Ottoman Empire there was no recorded evidence of systematic or organised forest maintanence and afforestation until the proclamation of the Second Constitutionalist Period (1908) (Ekizoglu and Erdonmez 2011), although some attempts related to planting trees not aimed at afforestation are mentioned (Kutluk 1948, Diker and inal 1945), including Bricogne (1940) who mentioned that trees were planted in rows in Belgrade forest in Istanbul but no detail is provided.
6) Esta premisa la podemos encontrar en: "Algunas ideas sobre el triunfo pasado, la crisis actual y las posibilidades futuras de la forma escolar" en Baquero, Ricardo; Gabriela Diker y Graciela Frigerio (comps) Las formas de lo escolar, Buenos Aires, del estante editorial, 2006.
Erol Diker was found guilty on 12 out of 13 charges against him in a case that shocked the Turkish Cypriot community.
Skyscraper" is a near-future novel set in Istanbul, as Temel Diker seeks to recreate the city in his image with mad intent on how to make it all come together.
Diker, Ditopological texture spaces and intuitionistic sets, Fuzzy sets and systems, 98(1998), 217-224.
In Proceeding of the 2002 International Conference of the System Dynamics Society, Davidsen PI, Mollona E, Diker VG, Langer RS, Rowe JI.
Grand procession; contemporary artistic visions of American Indians; the Diker Collection at the Denver Art Museum.
Grand Procession: Contemporary Artistic Visions of American Indians" is a stunning tribute to the five women artists who created the figures of the Diker Collection at the Denver Art Museum.
Dan Diker, director strategic affairs at the World Jewish Congress told Al Jazeera that while reaction to the visit might be overblown that Ahmadinejad is "playing a dangerous game with the entire region" by visiting and investing in countries such as Syria and Lebanon.
Inter Press Service on July 14 quoted Dan Diker from the Jerusalem Centre for Public Affairs as saying: "Israel has to be ready for any suddenoutbreak of hostilities.
Korol Diker, director of Greenpeace Mediterranean Energy Campaign, said that the signature campaign against nuclear power stations in Sinop and Mersin had been initiated in December, 2009.