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    Eastern roman empire still exists

    Eastern Roman Empire did not end it is alive in Ankara and fully functioning as the same State institutional body after it had to change its legal title several times from RoMan to OttoMan in 1453,...
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    Very good word

    I agree. Your sentence reflects the truth.
  3. These grandmas look like Udmurt Grannies...

    These grandmas look like Udmurt Grannies participated to the Eurovision last year in 2012
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    Are the Pomaks from all regions having similar genetic character?

    In Balkans, Pomaks are showing different physical and cultural characteristics and appearances. Their languages are more or less same but obviously in different dialects. While there are many...
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    There are people in Afganistan blonde hair light...

    There are people in Afganistan blonde hair light color and tall seem like today`s Slavic or Finnish people.
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    Turkic People have no similar genetic affinity

    However, what we see now dna of the Turkic people are not similar to each other. We may not think that Turks are descending from the same origin like only Q.
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    Okay then sorry for my interrupt. I just wanted...

    Okay then sorry for my interrupt. I just wanted to share my opinion about the map.
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    I have no clue but probably it should have...

    I have no clue but probably it should have changed up to now.
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    N Haplogroup might had arrived to Anatolia with...

    N Haplogroup might had arrived to Anatolia with Oghuzes as said in Turkey or Oghurs as said up in North now Russia among Oguric-Uralic tribes; however, both are referring to the same group of people...
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    Turks came to turkey from north more than inner asia

    More people from the Balkans and the North, the Slavic lands (Ukraine, Russia, etc), speaking Turkic languages, might have come to Turkey, than the inner Asia.
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    There are Bulgarians in Northwestern Anatolia

    There are Bulgarian settlements in North Western Anatolia. You may check out these links: http : // goo.gl/maps/xCjZE and http : // sasedna.ottomanist.info
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    However, my both grand mother and grand father...

    However, my both grand mother and grand father were refugees from Byala Slatina, Bulgaria to Gonan, Turkey after 1877-1878 Turko-Russo War and they were mostly speaking Ukrainian.
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    Thracian Turks look different both physically and...

    Thracian Turks look different both physically and culturally from the local indigenous populations in Anatolia who are not from Turkic origins and speaking very much similar accent with the Moldovan...
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