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What would you do if your nationals in Ukrain were bombed by Nato? You are losing the friendship of Turkey and the trust of Turks. You have been damaging the good relations. Moreover you have been laying the blame on Turkey shamlessly while crossing Turkish border to bomb Turks in Syria.Why dont you bomb ISIS?
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Turkiye Ruslarin en zor Zamaninda her zaman yaninda oldu Avrupa ve Amerika ambargo uyguladiginda Turkiye rest cekerek Ambargoyu deldi. Siz gittiniz Alcak Ermenilerin yaninda olup sozde Ermeni soy Kirim'ini desteklediniz.
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Ayyildiz Tim bu faaliyetlerinde, ozellikle ulkemizi hedef alan ulke ve unsurlari belirleyerek, planlanan veya yapilacak olan herhangi bir saldiriya karsi cevap vermeyi kendine gorev edinmistir.
Kurulus amacimizin en onemli unsuru Devletcilik olmustur. Ulkemizin kurumlarina, devlet adamlarina, manevi degerlerimize yapilan saygisizliklari ulkemizin butunlugune yapilan bir saldiri olarak goruruz ve ona gore adimlarimizi belirleriz.
Basta Istihbarat Birimlerimiz olmak uzere, Emniyet teskilatimiza, Askeri ordumuza karsi yapilmis olan herhangi bir hareketi kabullenmemiz mumkun degildir.
Ayyildiz Tim birlik ve beraberlik yanlisi olarak varligini surdurerek, irkciliktan uzak, Edirne den Kars a kadar ulkemizi seven herkesi tek bir cati altinda birlestirmeyi amaclamaktadir.



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Ayyildiz Tim will determine our target countries, especially countries and elements in these activities to respond to any attack against the planned and has taken on the task to be done. The most important element of our goal has been the establishment Statism.
State institutions of our country to the man, we see that as an attack on the integrity of our country are disrespectful of our moral values, and we set our steps accordingly.
Particularly our security organizations, including our intelligence agencies, we accept any movement made against our military army is not possible.
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10/15/12 - Larry wrote: I have a 2005 Honda Accord LX, 4-banger that I put a good 70 miles on each day for my work commute. It currently has 148,000 miles on it and seems to be holding up fairly well. No major repairs yet, except brakes at 75k and I'm on my 3rd set of tires. I will not be buying another Honda next year, instead going to upgrade and pick up an Acura. So far for 7 years it's been fairly repair free.

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10/5/12 - Steve wrote: I have a 2001 Acura 3.2CL. I feel like a baby here. Just passed 200,000 miles. My first car to do such. Outside of a whining new transmission, it runs great and is the workhorse for my business and pleasure here in the Valley of the Sun. My car sleeps in the garage and stays in the shade as much as possible.

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09/26/12 - Bret wrote: I am the original owner of a 2003 Acura TL S which I bought new August 2002. I have 250,000.00 miles on it. It has the original transmission and engine and it looks great and runs like a champ. It is a great car.


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09/11/12 - Gil wrote: I have a 1991 Honda Civic Si Hatchback that has 451,000 miles. I was in 12th grade when I bought it brand new. I have been driving the car daily for over 20 years. The exterior paint is pretty much gone but the interior is in good condition except for a deteriorated drivers seat. Original engine but recently had to replace the tranny (a 5 speed manual). I have replaced the radiator, distributor (5 times), drive axles (4 times, both sides), brakes, main relay, motor mounts, tie rod ends, front wheel bearings, 1 knuckle, shocks, hood latch and hood latch cable, have gone thru 6 alternators. Timing belts and water pumps have been changed religiously. Oil changes every 3k. Only one regret... when my speedometer went out 10 years ago I was too lazy to immediately replace it imitazioni rolex italia and so I drove for months with no mileage added to my odometer... I probably have 10k more than what I show today.


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09/7/12 - Manit wrote: I have a 1995 Honda Accord EX sedan with 441,000 miles, original engine, and transmission. Still running good.

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09/6/12 - Greg wrote: We own the following Honda/Acura vehicles (all kilometres are approximate) 1994 Accord EX-R 260,000 km; 2003 TL Type S 306,000 km; 2005 EL 260,000 km. We have also owned a 97 CR-V (200,000+ km) and an 89 Civic LX (220,000 km), but we sold those. In fact pretty much all the Hondas we have owned have been run over 200,000 km. I use my car for business (sales) and put on an average of 30,000 km per year. I look after our cars and ensure that they get proper, regular servicing, so they have lasted us a long time. Our son now drives the 1994 Accord and he is one month older than the car. Not only are they great value, they are sheer enjoyment to drive!


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08/28/12 - Keith wrote: I have a 1998 Civic EX 4 door 330,000 original engine/tranny. Have always used Honda replacement parts (keep your Honda a HONDA!)

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08/25/12 - Mike wrote: This is I think my 6th or 7th high mileage entry. I have a 1999 Honda Accord with 246k miles on her. I purchased this car new 13 years ago and it doesn't owe me a thing. I figure I've saved maybe somewhere around thirty thousand dollars by keeping this car this long. The car has had no major problems since I've owned it - it has the origanal tranny, engine, alternator, starter, steering rack, etc. I've done two timing belts and water pump services since I've owned it and I replaced the struts and front ball joints last year (really they weren't too bad, I just figured they were so old). I also replaced the muffler (120,000) and the flange is leaking behind the cat - I think I can get a piece welded in for under fifty bucks. I aslo replaced the rear sway bar links last year (2nd time) and I've done the front twice as well. The thing that really blows my mind is that the AC system has never had any repairs done to it after all these years... unheard of. I'm not sure how much longer I'm going to keep her - it's starting to idle funny and there's some rust coming through the rear wheel wells, but really those are cheap and easy repairs. I think I may get that fixed and drive it until the tranny goes (I'm just curious to see how long an automatic tranny can last... I'm shooting for 300k).

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08/23/12 - Ross wrote: I am the 2nd owner of a �92 Accord LX 5-sp that just passed 300,000 miles. I bought the car in �98 when it had just 67k. It is my daily driver and averages 33mpg with mainly highway driving. The car still has the original engine, clutch and transmission and doesnít require any additional oil between changes. The only non-scheduled repairs that Iíve completed in 14 years of ownership have been: � 2 axle shafts � 1 distributor assembly � 1 harmonic balancer � 3 tailpipes/mufflers (due to driving on salty roads)
Everything still works including the telescoping radio antenna, air conditioning system and cruise control � none of which has ever needed repair. The first brake work done on the car was at 250,000 miles! I strongly agree with what many others have written and that is if you do the scheduled maintenance on your Honda, the odds are very strong that you can drive it well past 200k miles with ease and it wonít nickel and dime you to death in the process.

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08/18/12 - Jeff wrote: I am loving my 2004 Acura TSX with 386,000 miles. It runs great, and I'd love to get 400,000 plus. Its starting to leak oil form the seal (ed note: no more specific info was provided), but besides that it runs great.


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07/19/12 - Jackie wrote: I'm the original owner of a 1997 Honda Accord. It has 320,000 miles on it. It's been a taxi for all 4 of my boys and my 19 year old has been driving the tires off of it for the last 3 years. It's never had anything seriously wrong with it. I love it so much I had to buy another Honda Accord and its a 2004 with 180,000 miles. I also owned a 1989 Honda Civic.

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07/18/12 - Alberto wrote: I have a 1998 Acura CL 5 speed standard with more than 250,000 miles.


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07/9/12 - Wesley wrote: I have a 2004 Acura TL, stock model with ground kit and spoiler, she has 304,551 miles. The only dissapointing thing I have to report is that the leather seats are shredded due to some poor care and simple age and wear. I hope I can report a day when she crosses the million mile mark, but for now, I will keep riding my Honda VTX 1300 which now has 33K on it. Loving the Honda brands!


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07/7/12 - Jamie wrote: I have a 2004 Honda Civic EX which I bought new in September of that year. This week my baby hit 213,000 miles. It's only broken down once, and that was when the alternator failed. The car runs beautifully and gets 35+mpg overall. And the topper... my car is still running with the original factory-installed brake pads (no squeaking, squealing or shuddering when brakes are applied). Anyone know if that's a record?



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06/22/12 - Jon wrote: I have a 1996 Honda Accord, purchased it used 12 years ago with 48,000 miles. It now has 343,300 and counting. She's a bit banged up but still runs like a champ. Original engine and clutch. Absolutely love it! My goal is to get the ol' bitty to 400K. It'll be a sad sad day when we part ways eventually.

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06/19/12 - Wayne wrote: I have a 89 Honda Civic LX with 253,500 miles. Purchased used in 2005 w/179,000. Still get about 30 - 35 miles per. Change oil every 3 to 5K. Pwr Steering belt just broke yesterday. I have replaced starter this year and AC compresser last year. Distributor went a few years ago and did timing belt and water pump at 229,000 miles. I hope to keep it going a few more years. It is a pleasure to drive.

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06/12/12 - Marnie wrote: Bought a new Honda Accord hybrid in 2006 - first owner with 3 miles odm. We are now in our 6th year of ownership, at 125,00 miles. We hope to get to 200,000 and two years more out of it. The car has been reliable, saved us tons of money, and only changed pads, calibers, rotors, plus oil changes. We need to do the timing belt/water pump. Good luck to all other Honda owners out there!

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