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Kultur2000 hıgh school
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my moral leader ATATURK - Kültür2000 Science High School

Posted on December 31, 2013 at 5:36pm 0 Comments

                                                                     MY  MORAL  LEADER

 

It is an amazing  feeling   that you have a leader which gave you a way to follow. He was a man like that.After all  these years he passed away every  Turk  can feel the same responsibilities  to their people.The responsibility which   has the power to all people stand…

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