An extract on #evde
Uysal started his footballing career with amateur side Yldrm Bosnaspor in 2001. He spent three years with the club before being transferred to Beikta. Uysal made his professional debut during the 200910 Sper Lig season.
Ziynet was born in Cyprus on April 29, 1975 to Turkish Cypriot parents. Her father had been living in the United Kingdom since 1963 and had met her mother once he returned to his native Cyprus whilst he was on holiday. They had three children, of which Ziynet was the only daughter. Soon after she was born, her family emigrated to the United Kingdom as a result of the Cyprus conflict; she holds both Cypriot and British citizenship. At the age of six, she returned to Cyprus where she completed her primary, secondary and high school education. In 1994, she moved to Istanbul to study music at the Istanbul Technical University and graduated from the ITU Turkish Music State Conservatory in 1999.
While in Berlin, she took singing lessons from Claudia Herr, and took lessons in Indian singing techniques with Mahabub Khan'dan. In 2004 at Ghent University, she studied under the Italian singing teacher Mireille Capelle, and in 2005-2006 she participated in courses with Guidon Sax in the Conservatory of Ghent.
April 2004, her first album, called Macar, was released in Paris on the Long Distance / Harmonia label.
The album is named after Macar, a boy from the village of Emirda. He goes away to fight in the Gallipoli Campaign, part of World War I. His mother sees him in a dream, returning home on a white horse and handing his sword on the wall. The boy never returns.
anakkale nerde Suvermez nerde Her ana dayanmaz bu zalm derde Ahmed'in babasz elenmez evde Yoksa yavrum seni vurdular m'ola Kefensiz gabire goydular m'ola
Hcum etmi Alamann zabiti Yavrumun kefeni asker kabutu Salna girmeye yoktur tabutu Yoksa yavrum seni vurdular m'ola Kefensiz gabire goydular m'ola
The United States Postal Service operates post offices in Manhattan. The James Farley Post Office in Midtown Manhattan is New York City's main post office. It is located at 421 Eighth Avenue, between 31st Street and 33rd Street. The post office stopped 24-hour service on May 9, 2009, due to decreasing mail traffic.
Both the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York and United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit are located in Lower Manhattan's Foley Square, and the U.S. Attorney and other federal offices and agencies maintain locations in that area.