WHAT DOES IPEK AĞACI MEAN IN TURKISH?
Definition of ipek ağacı in the Turkish dictionary
silk tree A yellowish-shining, precious furniture tree in the appearance of a timber silk, growing in the equatorial regions. ipek ağacı Ekvatoral bölgelerde yetişen, kerestesi ipek görünüşünde, sarı parıltılı, değerli bir mobilya ağacı.
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10 TURKISH BOOKS RELATING TO «IPEK AĞACI»
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İpek Mendil İçindeki Sevgili
GÜLİBRİŞİM AĞACININ ÇİÇEKLERİ – 3 EGEMEN BERKÖZ – BEYAZA KAÇAN (UZAK O DAĞ KÖYÜNDE KARLAR İÇİNDE FİLİGRANLI VE KUNT ŞİİRİ) BEYAZA KAÇAN Yalnızlığıkurşunluyor geçmiş gün kendime bakıyorum. Duvara tebeşirle ...
The genesis for The Silk Tree came when my wife, Kathy, and I were in Istanbul doing location research. She discovered a rather lovely silk scarf in the Kapali Çarşi, the ancient Grand Bazaar. While she was chatting with the merchant I idly ...
Under the Silk Cotton Tree: A Novel
Flora Williams recounts the interwoven stories of the people of her village in Grenada, from the wedding of two teachers, to the death of her little sister, Janice, to the drowning of Miss Sagoo because of a petticoat, to a mermaid under a ...
Voices from a Silk-cotton Tree
In this collection, John Lyons mines more deeply the rich vein of childhood memories and experiences of Trinidad and Tobago, where he grew up.
Growth and Manufacture of Silk: Letter from the Secretary ... - Sayfa 40
The leaf of the wild [seedling] tree, contains the greatest proportion of both the nutritive and silky substances.* This opinion of Dandoto, in favor of the wild mulberry tree in preference to >the grafted tree, as food for silk-worms, is thus supported ...
United States. Dept. of the Treasury, 1828
Fessenden's Silk Manual and Practical Farmer: Devoted to ...
Devoted to the Culture of Silk, Agriculture, and Rural Economy Thomas Green Fessenden ... When it is observed of a tree, that it does not shoot forth, we are certain that it is either punctured to the liber or white bark, or that it is deficient in ...
Thomas Green Fessenden, 1835
A manual containing information respecting the growth of ... - Sayfa 88
Short Historical Aceount of the Efforts of Silk Culture in this country. In America the culture of the silk worm was introduced into Virginia in 1623 by James I. who himself composed a book of instructions on the subject, and caused mulberry trees ...
Jonathan Holmes Cobb, 1833
A Manual containing Information respecting the Growth of ... - Sayfa 127
(A') SHORT HISTORICAL ACCOUNT OF THE EFFORTS OF SILK CULTURE IN THIS COUNTRY. IN America the culture of the silk worm was intro' duced into Virginia in 1623, by James L, who himself composed a book of instructions on the ...
Jonathan Holmes COBB, 1839
“İpek Halıya Ters Binen Kedi” başlıklı epik bir öyküden oluşan kitabımın kapağı. Almanya yıllarımdan beri kafamda evirip çevirdiğim kurgu, ticaret sermayesini irdeliyordu: Dört okkalık bir mal, dörde alınıp altıya satılıyorsa bu işiniçinde biriş ...
The American Silk Growers Guide: Or, The Art of Raising ... - Sayfa 31
They produce silk of the first quality. The tree ia of rapid growth, and said to be hardy, as they endured well the winter of 1835-0, as is asserted by Dr. Stebbins. SECTION XII. WHITE ITALIAN MULBERRY. (Morus alba sinensis.) The white ...