Video – Osman nhi chorta hy na apni bhaiyu ko na apni sipahiyu ko…

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Osman nhi chorta hy na apny bhaiyu ko na apny sipahiyu ko

Video – This is not a edit just showing how classic acting perform by both of them look at the expression of ruzgar aksoy and ch…

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This is not a edit just showing how classic acting perform by both of them look at the expression of ruzgar aksoy and check dialogue delivery of kumral abdal ❤️
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We Ranked Seasonal Cookie Dough, Here’s Our Top 9

I strive to be the person who always has cookies on hand over the holidays. That way, if a neighbor stops by or I’m headed over to a friend’s house, I’m ready to go with treats. But I’ve learned the hard way not to overcomplicate things. That’s where seasonal store-bought cookie dough comes in.

Sure, I might make some simple snickerdoodles or buckeyes (the baker inside me can’t help it). But supplementing with shortcuts makes putting together a cookie plate a heck of a lot less stressful. So to see which ones can hang next to homemade, I decided to break and bake my way through all the varieties I could find. Here’s my official ranking:

9. Pillsbury Candy Cane Cookie Dough

8. Betty Crocker Ready-to-Bake Cookies for Santa

7. Pillsbury Shape Reindeer Sugar Cookie Dough

6. Pillsbury Shape Christmas Tree Sugar Cookie Dough

5. Pillsbury Shape Snowman Sugar Cookie Dough

4. Pillsbury Shape Elf Sugar Cookie Dough

3. Toll House M&M’s Mini Holiday Sugar Cookie Dough

2. Toll House Peppermint Cocoa Cookie Dough

1. Pillsbury Gingerbread Cookie Dough

Do you have a favorite store-bought cookie dough? Let me know in the comments!

Source: https://www.buzzfeed.com/graceelkus/holiday-store-bought-cookie-dough-ranked

32 Best Surprising Sleep Hacks For Adults

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“Whenever I’m having trouble falling asleep (usually because my ADHD brain is in overdrive), I have two techniques that work like a charm:

1. A super simple breathing exercise: Inhale deeply for four seconds (using Mississippis, LOL), hold for seven seconds, exhale for eight seconds, and repeat. By the third rotation, I’m out like a light.

2. Counting sheep, but with a twist: I picture the sheep as random celebrities. It’s funny enough that I can focus but boring enough that it lulls me to sleep. Counting regular sheep is too boring, and it’s easy to be distracted.”

—lindseybarrett

Source: https://www.buzzfeed.com/ravenishak/best-surprising-sleep-hacks-for-adults

The Pelicans And Suns Got Into It After Zion Williamson Capped Off A Win With A Monster Dunk

Things got tense as the final buzzer sounded during Friday night’s game between the New Orleans Pelicans and Phoenix Suns. With less than five seconds remaining and the game already decided, Zion Williams put an exclamation point on a Pelicans home win with a 360 windmill dunk, which led to both teams and benches exchanging pleasantries before walking off the court.

A number of players on the Suns took umbrage with the dunk, which capped off a dominant, 35-point evening for the former No. 1 overall NBA Draft pick. It appears that Suns guard Chris Paul and Pelicans guard Jose Alvarado had to be separated by New Orleans coach Willie Green, who joined the team after serving as an assistant in Phoenix. The coaches, officials, and a number of players attempted to separate both sides, which met at midcourt.

Eventually, the teams made their way into their respective locker rooms, with several Pelicans players engaging with a fired up home crowd.

These two teams have some history with one another, as an upstart New Orleans squad that did not have Williamson pushed a Paul-less Suns side to six games in the first round of the playoffs last year. They will not have to wait long until they see one another again, as the two teams will run it back in New Orleans on Sunday.

Source: https://uproxx.com/dimemag/pelicans-suns-scuffle-zion-williamson-dunk-video/

An Affidavit Revealed Takeoff’s Alleged Murder Took Place After A Punch Was Thrown In Defense Of Quavo

More details are emerging from the night of Takeoff’s killing. Today, New York Times reporter Joe Coscarelli shared portions of an affidavit he obtained with details of the tragic night.

According to the document, Quavo was playing a game of dice outside of Houston’s 810 Billiards and Bowling Alley. An argument ensued after Quavo allegedly lost a large sum of money to two other individuals who were also playing.

A man evidently named Willie Bland allegedly struck another individual in defense of Quavo, as things began to escalate. According to the affidavit, this was captured by video surveillance footage.

After the alleged punch, two people then exchanged gunfire. One of these people was confirmed to be Bland. Though, Bland’s location at the time of the shooting doesn’t appear to be consistent with the injuries TakeOff suffered, to deem him responsible for the rapper’s death.

Ultimately, the charging of the suspect, Houston rapper Lil Cam, came as a result of fingerprints left on a wine bottle.

As of now, Cam is currently being held on a $2 million bond. During a press conference last week, Sgt. Michael Burrow noted that the investigation into Takeoff’s alleged murder is still ongoing. Burrow’s telling of the events seems to match up with the affidavit.

“The event was a private party,” he said. “There was a lucrative dice game that went on at the event. There was an argument that happened afterwards outside the bowling alley, which led to the shooting. I can tell you that Takeoff was not involved in playing the dice game. He was not involved in the argument that happened outside. He was not armed. He was an innocent bystander.”

Source: https://uproxx.com/music/takeoff-punch-murder-affidavit/

Martyrs of the headquarters raid! – Establishment Osman Episode 107 ·

Osman Bey is the main protagonist in the Turkish TV series, Kuruluş: Osman, portrayed by Burak Özçivit. He also appears as a supporting character in its predecessor, Diriliş: Ertuğrul, where he is played by Emre Üçtepe.[1] The character is based on Osman I, founder of the Ottoman Empire.

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Osman was the prophesied third son and youngest child of Ertuğrul Gazi and Halime Sultan. Before his birth, he featured in various prophetic dreams of his father, mother and grandparents, Sûleyman Sah and Hayme Hatun, suggesting he had a great destiny to be the future leader of the Turks and Muslims.

Personality
Osman was defiant as a child, eager to hold the honour of his tribe and fighting enemies, often going against his father’s wishes. He formed a particularly close bond with Ertuğrul’s warriors, Bamsı Beyrek and Abdurrahman Gazi, who admired his likeness with Ertuğrul.

Storyline

Flag of the Kayı tribe under Ertuğrul’s rule
After much foreshadowing and prophetic dreams, Osman first appears when he is born to Ertuğrul Gazi and Halime Sultan as their third son and youngest child. Unfortunately, Osman’s birth was marked by tragedy as it would lead to the passing of his mother, who dies giving birth to him. His mother’s death would leave the newborn Osman without mother’s milk. Eventually, Sügay Hatun became Osman’s milk mother. He would become the target of the Mongol, Alangoya – sister of his father’s enemy, Baycu Noyan. She would infiltrate the Kayı Tribe. However, he would be saved by his grandmother, Hayme. After the Kayı tribe settled in Söğüt, Osman continued to grow up and became a brave fighter, being the first of Ertuğrul’s sons to master the use of weapons, despite his young age.

He then appears as a 10-year-old boy in the fifth season, which starts off with him saving an old man and his daughter from a group of Byzantines. As he is only a child, he is injured, only surviving with the help of İlbilge Hatun, daughter of Umur Bey. As the season passes onto a position where Ertuğrul decides to marry İlbilge, Osman is the only one of his sons who disagrees, showing an attachment to his mother. He again shows this attachment when he is kidnapped by the Mongols, whose shaman realises that he will found the Ottoman Empire, where he remembers his mother, and after Aybars Bey, who was kidnapped by the Byzantines, went to hug his mother after being rescued, being demonstrably upset at his own mother’s absence. In the latter case, he is comforted by his paternal aunt, Selcan Hatun, whom he comes to regard as a mother figure. The season ends with Ertuğrul and İlbilge’s marriage.

Osman is shown as a courageous young man when he saves the Tekfur of Kulucahisar when he was about to be killed by the merciless Prensesi Sofia, although she later succeeds in killing him. Osman can see through Alişar, the devious Selçuk Sançak Bey, and Sofia’s plans, and warns Dündar, his uncle and the substitute Bey of the Kayı during Ertuğrul’s absence, about them, despite his refusal to listen. Osman also falls in love with the daughter of Şeyh Edebali, called Bala, although the sheikh tries to teach Osman patience by initially not agreeing to the marriage. As Kulucahisar and Alişar continue to become more aggressive against the Kayı, Geyhatu sends Komutan Balgay to cause more trouble and stop the Kayı, especially Osman, from rebelling against the Mongols. Dündar causes more problems for Osman when Alişar kills Dündar’s son and has it blamed on Osman. Soon after, along with the threat from Kulucahisar, Dündar is shown the truth, and Alişar is beheaded by Osman. Osman later marries Bala with Edebali’s consent after seeing a symbolic dream, having had to ignore his cousin Aygül’s love for him. Following this, after many difficulties, Balgay is presumably killed by Osman during the conquest of Kulucahisar with Sofia’s death at the hands of Osman happening in the process.

Season 2

Flag of the Kayı tribe under Osman Bey’s rule
Followed by Ertuğrul’s return to the tribe, Yavlak Arslan, the new Uç Bey, seeks to create his own state and sees Osman as an obstacle, although they later unite against the new threat created by the Mongol Geyhatu, who allies with the new Tekfur of İnegöl, Aya Nikola, against the Turks of Anatolia. Targun Hatun also arrives in the tribe to kill Osman with the intention of saving her father, captured by Aya Nikola, although she falls in love with him and then tells Osman about her problems. Along with all this, Osman is elected as the new Bey, defeating his relatives Savcı and Dündar, after his father’s death, which upsets him greatly, whilst he decides to marry a second wife according to his father’s will and changes the Kayı flag. When Targun poisons Bala in order to marry Osman, she is exiled, leading to her wanting revenge from Osman. After Targun’s death, Osman meets Malhun Hatun and initiates a major battle with the Byzantines, historically known as the Battle of Mount Armenia, as well as trying to find the traitor in the Kayı, as the jealous Dündar helps the Byzantines stir traps for him. Eventually, Malhun’s father Ömer Bey ends his animosity towards Osman and hands over a ring, which Osman deduces to be Dündar’s, exposing Dündar as a traitor. He also faces the arrival of Kara Şaman Togay, the son of his father’s enemy Baycu Noyan. He is eventually advised by Şeyh Edebali to marry Malhun Hatun to provide an heir to his Beylik,[2][3] which he reluctantly does. Malhun eventually gives birth to a son named Orhan. His joy is doubled when his first wife, Bala Hatun reveals that she is pregnant.

Osman’s principality is rising and he is now after the Catholic world and the Byzantine Emperor himself. Also facing the opposition of not only Aya Nikola, the tekfur of Inegol, but also the tekfur of bileçik, Rogatus, and tekfur of Harmankaya, Mikhael kosses. He captures father Gregor and has political relationship with Turgut Bey. Osman is shown as a powerful turk bey.

Positions
When Ertugrul was on his death bed, Dundar would instigate Savcı to become the Bey, resulting in him fighting with Osman. All this was stopped when Ertugrul recovered slightly, but shortly died soon after. Osman then became the Bey, whilst Savcı accepted it, although Dündar still seeks the Beylik. He also became the Uç Bey of Söğüt and Bithynia after becoming the Kayı Bey.

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Uç Beys of the Sultanate of Rum (in fiction)
Reception and awards
In 2020, Pakistan’s Federal Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry, met Burak Özçivit when he visited the Kuruluş: Osman set with his family.[4][5] It is unknown when he met the Turkish actor but it’s likely that it was after Osman became the Kayı Bey due to Burak’s outfit.[5] Özçivit and some other members of the cast also visited Chechnya with the invitation by the Chechen president Ramzan Kadyrov.[6][7][8] In 2020, Burak Özçivit won two awards for his role as Osman Bey, the International Venice TV awards in the category The Best Actor, and the Istanbul University Project Club in the category Best Male Actor of the Year.[9

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Martyrs of the headquarters raid! – Establishment Osman Chapter 107
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CBS Sports’ Grant Wahl Passes Away — What Was His Cause of Death?

“As important, Grant’s belief in the power of the game to advance human rights was, and will remain, an inspiration to all,” they added.

Grant’s wife, doctor and medical journalist Cèline Gounder, retweeted U.S. Soccer’s statement, thanking her husband’s supporters and saying that she is in “complete shock.”

Source: https://www.distractify.com/p/grant-wahl-cause-of-death

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