Chapter 5: Surface texture as a designed material product attribute

Şener Pedgley, Bahar
Pedgley, Owain


Chapter 5: Teaching EFL With Technology
Savaş, Perihan (Vizetek, 2020-02-01)
Chapter 6: The effects of professional development on technological competency and the attitudes urban physical education teachers have toward using technology
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Chapter 1: Chemical and isotopic constraints on the origin of thermal waters in Anatolia.
Mutlu, Halim; Güleç, Nilgün Türkan; Hilton, David Raymond (CRC Press/Balkema,, 2014-01-01)
In the region comprising Turkey and Greece, people have been using water from geothermal sources for bathing and washing of clothes since ancient times. This region falls within the Alpine-Himalayan orogenic belt and hence is a locus of active volcanism and tectonism and experiences frequent seismic events. This volcanic and tectonic activity has given rise to over 1500 geothermal springs. Its importance was recognized decades ago and the geothermal water is now being utilized for district heating, industri...
Chapter 1: Ottoman women in public space: an introduction
Boyar, Ebru; Ambros, Edith Gülçin; Ianeva, Svetla; Brummett, Palmira (Brill, Leiden , 2016-01-01)
sing a wealth of primary sources and covering the entire Ottoman period, Ottoman Women in Public Space challenges the traditional view that sees Ottoman women as a largely silent element of society, restricted to the home and not seen beyond the walls of the house or the public bath. Instead, taking women in a variety of roles, as economic and political actors, prostitutes, flirts and slaves, the book argues that women were active participants in the public space, visible, present and an essential element i...
Chapter 4: Ottoman expansion in the East
Boyar, Ebru (Cambridge University Press, 2012-01-01)
In contrast to the lands to the west, what surrounded the Ottoman state to the north, south and east were political structures which had the same religious, ethnic and/or cultural roots. Thus eastward expansion was not for the Ottomans merely a territorial or economic matter but was, more importantly, a struggle to establish and strengthen their own existence and legitimacy.
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B. Şener Pedgley and O. Pedgley, Chapter 5: Surface texture as a designed material product attribute. 2021.