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- n. Alternative form of young Turk.
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- n. a young radical who agitates for reform
- n. a member of one or more of the insurgent groups in Turkey in the late 19th century who rebelled against the absolutism of Ottoman rule
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Cenkâs 6 p.m. slot is now going to Al Sharpton -- MUUUUCH safer -- but not before the Young Turk threw a few haymakers. âI think sometimes MSNBC confuses Democrats for progressives,â he emailed HuffPost Hill. âSupporting a perspective makes perfect sense and is exactly what talk show hosts are supposed to do.
While Los Angeles's Gustavo Dudamel and Philadelphia's Yannick Nézet-Séguin have been getting the lion's share of the headlines, the Young Turk to watch for my money is Nelsons.
There was a whole group of us Young Turk poets who hung out at the Savoy Tivoli inNorthBeach.
Robin Black's marvelous short story collection, which has been needlessly ignored by The New York Times and The Washington Post, is very much on the level: far better than anything written by that lumbering Young Turk.
"Large-scale genocidal acts were committed starting with Sultan Abdul Hamid's massacre of 300,000 Armenians from 1894 to 1896; the subsequent killings of 30,000 Armenians in Adana by the Young Turk regime in 1909; culminating in the Genocide of 1.5 million Armenians in 1915 to 1923; and followed by forced Turkification and deportation of tens of thousands of Armenians by the Republic of Turkey."
When Mr. Fager took over the reigns of 60 Minutes from legendary producer Don Hewitt in 2004, some of the saber-toothed correspondents on the show worried that the Young Turk (then a mere puppy of 49 years), would soften up the vulcanized newsmagazine in search of younger viewers.
Talaat Pasha, the Young Turk leader, had no qualms about what his regime was doing to the Armenians.
About 1.5 million Armenians were murdered on the orders of the Young Turk government, which ruled the remnants of the Ottoman Empire.
"Uh, that doesn't work," said a brazen Young Turk.
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