KALP

Kalp may refer to:

  • KALP, a radio station in Alpine, Texas
  • Malcolm Kalp, hostage in the Iran hostage crisis
  • "Üç Kalp", a pop song from Turkish girl group Hepsi
  • Kalpa (aeon)

Other articles related to "kalp":

Enver Duran - Publications
... National books and papers Kitap Editörü, Kalp ve Damar Cerrahisi Kitabı, Çapa Tıp Kitabevi, İstanbul, 2004 Halıcı Ü ... Dünyada Kalp Damar Cerrahisinin Tarihçesi, Kalp ve Damar Cerrahisi, Çapa Tıp Kitabevi, İstanbul, 2004 Edis M ... Kardiyovasküler Fizyoloji, Kalp ve Damar Cerrahisi, Çapa Tıp Kitabevi, İstanbul, 2004 Çalışan Kalpte Koroner Revaskülarizasyon, Kalp ve Damar Cerrahisi, Çapa Tıp Kitabevi ...
Sezen Aksu Discography - Albums - MC/CD
... Sönmüşüm Ben Pişman Olduğun Zaman İkili Delilik Kalp Unutmaz Herkes Yaralı Şanıma İnanma Geçiyor Bizden De Tebdil-i Mekan Hükümsüz Ahdım Olsun Kınalı Kuzum Çile Şanıma İnanma ...
Ziya Gökalp - Career
... Mehmed Ziya changed his name, initially as a pen name, to "Gökalp", meaning "Sky warrior" or "Blue warrior" in Old Turkish ... Gökalp's work, in the context of the decline of the Ottoman Empire, was instrumental in the development of Turkish national identity, which he himself referred to even then as ... Gökalp suggested that to subordinate "culture" (non-utilitarianism, altruism, public-spiritedness) to "civilization" (utilitarianism, egoism, individualism) was to doom a state to ...
Ziya Gökalp
... Ziya Gökalp (born Mehmed Ziya March 23, 1876 – October 25, 1924) was a Turkish sociologist, writer, poet, and political activist ... In 1908, after the Young Turk revolution, he adopted the pen name Gökalp ("sky hero"), which he retained for the rest of his life ... As a sociologist, Ziya Gökalp was influential in the overhaul of religious perceptions and evolving of Turkish nationalism ...
Cavit Orhan Tütengil - Bibliography
... Opinions on Village Institutes) (1948) Ziya Gökalp Bibliyoğrafisi (Bibliography of Ziya Gökalp) (1949) Prens Sebahattin (Prince Sebahattin) (1954 ...