Turk came up with a design modeled on lozenge-shaped chewing-gum.
It appears the two Russians were the likely operatives and the Turk was more of a facilitator.
It is the duty of everyone, Turk and foreigner, to respect the law.
“I was shocked to hear words of admiration for ISIL,” wrote Özyurt, a senior editor for CNN Turk.
Turk is also based on an actual surgeon, who helped me out on the pilot.
With my carpet-bag on the shoulders of a Turk, I walked for the last time to Tophana.
As for the love interest, who should supply this better than the Turk?
And the guileless one exclaimed, "That's the first Turk I've seen in his wild state!"
In this book we are given a picture of England of the future, conquered by the Turk.
One can but wish that a combined fleet would once more try conclusions with the Turk.
c.1300, from French Turc, from Medieval Latin Turcus, from Byzantine Greek Tourkos, Persian turk, a national name, of unknown origin. Said to mean "strength" in Turkish. Cf. Chinese tu-kin, name given c.177 B.C.E. as that of a people living south of the Altai Mountains (identified by some with the Huns). In Persian, turk, in addition to the national name, also could mean "a beautiful youth," "a barbarian," "a robber."
Meaning "person of Irish descent" is first recorded 1914 in U.S., apparently originating among Irish-Americans; of unknown origin (Irish torc "boar, hog" has been suggested). Young Turk (1908) was a member of an early 20c. political group in the Ottoman Empire that sought rejuvenation of the Turkish nation. Turkish bath is attested from 1640s; Turkish delight from 1877.