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Proposed deletion of Samsun Samair Airport[edit]

I had created that article. But, I am not sure if the airport is still in use or not. I assume you know more about the current situation. My question is: can the airport be classified as a defunct one and can the article be categorized under the Category:Defunct airports? This can save the article. Appreciate your reply. CeeGee (talk) 13:45, 23 June 2010 (UTC)

Sorry I do not have any contacts in the military so I do not know. Jzlcdh (talk) 08:55, 11 July 2010 (UTC)

Welcome[edit]

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Turkey[edit]

In this article, there are some grammar mistakes. Can you fix them? Kavas (talk) 17:10, 28 July 2010 (UTC)

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Snowfall occurs in Samsun city and the Turkish Black Sea coast (Also in Istanbul and the Sea of Marmara) practically every winter - but it of course varies.[edit]

Just a section on this and answering this is trivial itself, but snowfall occurs in Samsun city and the Turkish Black Sea coast (Also in Istanbul and the Sea of Marmara) practically every winter. It varies but is NEVER absent. Snowcover lasts for at least a few days at the northern coasts of Turkey, but snow is normal at these relatively northerly latitudes (the same latitude as Boston). I believe this is due to the silly Western stereotype of Turkey eg. that it "never snows" there, that it is a "tropical country" or that it is a "desert country with date palms" etc.. The only areas in Turkey where snow is rare and very rare are the central and southern Aegean coast and the Mediterranean coast.

I changed the emphasis that snowfall is (always) heavy and re-edited that "Snowfalls can be heavy but this usually varies considerably from year to year, and the snowcover and temperatures below the freezing point rarely last more than a few days." This is actually the true extent of the occurence of this wintry phenomenon in northern coastal cities like Samsun (or Istanbul) with a temperate climate. Nevertheless snow does indeed occur virtually every winter; in some winters snowfalls were indeed heavy and snowcover lasted for a few weeks, but again normally in winter snowcover usually lasts for a few days after each snowfall and is usally no more than the 1 cm - 10 cm range. User:Menikure —Preceding undated comment added 20:08, 31 January 2011 (UTC).

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Regarding copyedit note[edit]

Hmm, not sure who added the copyedit note. Perhaps it was the Anomiebot? Usually that's one of the bots that creates multiple issues tags on articles. I only remove such tags when there is only one tag in an article, as it was on the university article. Otherwise, I leave them alone. Now that I am thinking about it, it might have been one of the other editors who have edited the article, if in their opinion such work needs to be done. Good luck on improving and/or expaniding the Canik Başarı University article(which I can't do as I don't know the Turkish language. :( )! Alvin Seville (talk) 20:22, 5 October 2012 (UTC)

Speedy deletion nomination of River Mert[edit]

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Nomination of Energy policy of Turkey for deletion[edit]

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