American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. See Paleolithic.
“Turkey's Chief of the General Staff Necdet Ozel had said in a TV interview on Monday that 54 PKK militants had been killed inside Turkey and 200 to 270 in İraq.”
“The new chief of the general staff will be Gen. Necdet Ozel, who had been head of the paramilitary police.”
“Agence France-Presse/Getty Images Prime Minister Erdogan and Gen. Necdet Ozel, who will become chief of the general staff, at the Ataturk mausoleum in Ankara on Sunday Last week's confrontation with the military was the latest show of strength by Mr. Erdogan since winning his third term June 12.”
“Necdet Ozel's appointment to head the armed forces came within hours of the mass resignations, as Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and President Abdullah Gul moved quickly to defuse the crisis.”
“Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has appointed the chief of the paramilitary police, Necdet Ozel, as acting head of the armed forces.”
“ISTANBUL—Turkey's government on Wednesday began laying out details of the civil-military order they want to see, making it clear even before a new command is announced that the country's next top soldier, Gen. Necdet Ozel, will face a tough job.”
“Foundation head Necdet Ipekyuz says they need all the help they can get.”
“Following the announcement Erdogan met the head of Turkey's gendarmerie paramilitary force, General Necdet Ozel, and they subsequently went separately to the presidential palace to meet President Abdullah Gul, fuelling speculation Ozel may be appointed to replace Kosaner.”
“The meeting was interrupted by a private meeting of nearly two hours between Mr. Erdogan and the likely next chief of the general staff, Necdet Ozel.”
“Gen. Necdet Ozel, 61 years old, will be the new chief of the general staff, as the government had signaled earlier.”
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