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ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- President Recep Tayyip Erdoy-an has turned the hosting of "muhtars," or village leaders, at his palace into a routine event.
The team beat off the challenge of seven other European teams to claim the prestigious cup after gaining the top marks in the team routine event.
The complicated options would go to two related phenomena: (1) the tangled dynamics of Hizbullah's relations inside Lebanon and around the GME, and (2) the fact that the Israeli attack occurred on the Syrian side of the Golan front - an almost routine event, which actually hit three targets in one, namely Hizbullah, the Assad dictatorship and Iran.
CellWorld Shanghai was organized to serve this large market and has become a routine event in China.
This confidence is built upon the fact that fusion is now a routine event at the Joint European Torus (Jet) in Culham, Oxfordshire, south-east England.
In synchronized swimming, Russia won its fourth straight Olympic gold in the team free routine event.
Tehran, Jan 8 (ANI): The hard-line Iranian media has dubbed the US Navy's rescue operation of 13 Iranian fishermen held by pirates, as 'Hollywood dramatization of a routine event,' while the government has welcomed it as a 'positive humanitarian gesture.
Yet, the US rescue mission looked more like a Hollywood dramatization of a routine event meant to justify the presence of a (US) aircraft carrier in Persian Gulf waters.
Normally the mandate renewal for the four-decade old force, known as UNDOF, is a routine event without fanfare or controversy.
I am excited to see what we can do with the golf tournament and hopefully we can make this a routine event," explains Ryan Williams, President of North Shore Concepts.
Landing a jet on an aircraft carrier is never a routine event, but it becomes all the more harrowing with challenging environmental conditions.
As there was an Aer Lingus aircraft on the runway, air traffic control requested the Ryanair aircraft to operate a 'go around' which is a routine event both at Dublin and other international airports across Europe.