Çoğunlukla aynı topraklar üzerinde yaşayan, aralarında dil, tarih, duygu, ülkü, gelenek ve görenek birliği olan insan topluluğu, ulus: "Bu eser, Türk milletinin hürriyet ve istiklal fikrinin layemut abidesidir."- Atatürk
Bir yerde bulunan kimselerin bütünü, herkes: "Millet tütün paralarını alınca borcunu öder."- N. Cumalı
Millet is a cereal crop that is grown for its seeds or for hay. the small seeds of a plant similar to grass, used as food (milet, from milium). Any of various grasses (family Poaceae, or Gramineae), that produce small edible seeds used as forage crops and as food cereals. Most millets range in height from 1 to 4 ft (0.3 to 1.3 m). Except for pearl millet (Pennisetum glaucum, or P. americanum), seeds remain enclosed in hulls after threshing. Cultivated in China since at least the 3rd millennium BC, millets are today an important food staple in much of Asia, Russia, and western Africa. High in carbohydrates, they are somewhat strong in taste and cannot be made into leavened bread, so they are consumed mainly in flatbreads and porridges or prepared and eaten much like rice. In the U.S. and western Europe they are used chiefly for pasture or to produce hay. Turkish term referring to an autonomous religious community under the Ottoman Empire ( 1300-1923). Each millet was responsible to the central government for obligations such as taxes and internal security and also had responsibility for social and administrative functions not provided by the state. Beginning in 1856, a series of secular legal reforms known as the Tanzimat ("Reorganization") eroded much of their administrative autonomy
small seed of any of various annual cereal grasses especially Setaria italica French painter of rural scenes (1814-1875) any of various small-grained annual cereal and forage grasses of the genera Panicum, Echinochloa, Setaria, Sorghum, and Eleusine
A bland flavored cereal grass used chiefly for forage in the U S , but as a staple for one-third of the world's population Millet can be boiled and used to make a hot cereal pilaf or ground and used as flour
A grain grown in many parts of India From its flour thick chappatis are made and eaten mostly by farmers and small town dwellers
The common millets of Germany and Southern Europe are Panicum miliaceum, and Setaria Italica
born Oct. 4, 1814, Gruchy, France died Jan. 20, 1875, Barbizon French painter. Born to a peasant family, he studied with a painter in Paris, but when one of his two submissions to the Salon was rejected (1840), he returned to Cherbourg, where initially he painted mostly portraits. His first success came with The Milkmaid (1844), and in 1848 another peasant scene, The Winnower, was shown at the Salon. In 1849 he settled in the village of Barbizon. Because he continued to exhibit peasant scenes that emphasized the labours of rustic life, he was accused of being a socialist, but his aims were not political. His Angelus (1859) became one of the most popular paintings of the 19th century. In his later life he was linked with the Barbizon school
I congratulate him and Governor Palin for all they have achieved, and I look forward to working with them to renew this nation's promise in the months ahead. - Başardıkları her şey için onu ve Vali Palin'i tebrik ediyorum ve önümüzdeki aylarda bu milletin sözünü yenilemek için onlarla çalışmaya can atıyorum.
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