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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
The Turkish team succeeded in finishing number two and three, but missed the number one spot; alas, not from the top but the bottom.
The title may suggest that late Jerusalem artichokes must be one of the vegetables that have stirred up much confusion by their name and use in history
Love is bitter… No doubt about it! But one has to admit, there is a certain sweetness in love. For me, the most fitting word for love is in the Italian language: Amore.
As I held the dreary weapon in my hand, I felt its captivating power and the bold confidence it inspired, despite its feather-like lightness. An image flashed in my mind instantly, an image I’ve never seen, but I have long dreamt of, so often that it was like a hazy memory of my own from a distant past, or more likely an image of a memorable long afternoon from a former life…
Life is short, so is February. A few days shorter than other months, February did not even exist once.
American writer-humorist Mark Twain visited Istanbul in 1867, tasted Turkish coffee and absolutely hated it. He writes about his experience in 'The Innocents Abroad'
Only a single, sun-dried fig or apricot makes you feel like you’ve just popped a full basket of fruit in your mouth. In the cold of mid-winter, this is the best way to remember the sun-kissed days of summer.
Which one do you prefer: sheep, goat or ram? This is not a selective main choice in a menu, but a rather critical question on the significance of this year. There seems to be a confusion on which animal really signifies the forthcoming New Year in the Chinese calendar
The crowd was anxious to hear. Young chefs were waiting nervously, hoping that their names would be called. The winning team would have a big reward: a trip to Turkey.
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