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The Trolley Problem: Killing One Person to Save Five — What Is The Best Choice When There Is No Good Choice?

Picture Source: http://shannonloiseauannex.blogspot.com/2015/11/categorical-vs-consquential.html?m=1

You are looking at a runaway trolley that is rushing straight towards five workers who are working on the track. You happen to be standing right next to a button that will divert the trolley onto a different track. But, here comes the issue: the second track has a worker on it, too. But, just one worker. What would you do? Would you sacrifice one person to save five? If you would, is it morally right?

This problem, famously known for “The Trolley Problem”, is developed by an English philosopher, Philippa Foot. It is popular because it forces us to think about how to choose when there are no good choices. Do we pick the action with the best outcome or stick to a moral code that prohibits causing someone’s death?

For the greatest number of people. The five lives outweigh one, even if achieving that outcome requires condemning someone to death. This is the utilitarian view: the one that maximizes well-being of majority is the morally correct decision.

However, people don’t always take the utilitarian view, which we can see by changing the trolley problem a bit. This time, you’re standing on a bridge over the track as the runaway trolley approaches. Now, there’s no second track, but there is a very large man on the bridge next to you. If you push him off the bridge, his body will stop the trolley saving the five workers, but he’ll die. The concept is exactly the same as last one: you sacrifice one life to save the other five. But, the only difference is that you are pushing him over the bridge instead of pressing a button. In this case, only about 10 percent of people say that it’s the right decision to throw the man onto the tracks.

Clearly, our natural instincts tell us that deliberately causing someone’s death is different from allowing them to die through a collateral damage. It just feels wrong for reasons that are hard to explain. This intersection between ethics and psychology is what’s so interesting about the trolley problem, the dilemma and its many variations reveal that what we think is right or wrong depends on factors other than a logical weighing of the pros and cons.

Tell us about your thoughts. What kind of choices would you make in first and second trolley problems? Or, did you have any real-life experiences where you were in dilemma about similar situation?

*The credit to this post goes to Michael Sandel, the author of “Justice: What’s the Right Thing to Do?” who thoroughly explains more about the Trolley Problem and whether taking the utilitarian view is always the right choice.

2. Argument from the Existence of Laws

Scientific endeavor aims to discover the laws of nature and thereby comprehend the universe, predict the future and provide comfort and safety to humanity. This endeavor, however, does not attempt to answer why the laws exist in the first place. Indeed, most scientists perform their studies without even realizing the possibility of vital philosophical questions like “Why do we have laws, instead of complete chaos?” or “Why are the laws of nature the same at every part of the universe?” Most scientists tacitly accept that there exist laws worth discovering, and embark upon their work with this presupposition in mind.

In this chapter, we will elucidate that when compared to materialist-atheism, the paradigm of theism is much more successful in explaining why there are laws (that make science, and even our daily lives possible) instead of chaos. Let us begin with the example of the scientific description of the atom. It tells us that the atom is made of particles like protons and neutrons, and these particles are made of smaller units called quarks. The scientific description explains the structure and physical-chemical behavior of atoms. Yet none of these answer the question “Why these laws are in action, instead of chaos?” The scientific description tells us that the protons are held together by the strong nuclear force against the electrostatic repulsion of their charges; but this is not an explanation of why this situation holds at every corner of the universe or why it exists at all. The distinction between the definition of a law and the explanation for the existence of the law is often overlooked, despite its critical importance. It should be noted that science describes the universe but does not “explain” it. In fact, to search for an explanation of the laws of the universe, we have to leave the realm of science and move to the field of philosophy. We can attempt to explain the laws of nature only by referring to an ontology encompassing the universe.

The history of thought presents theism and materialist-atheism as two main opposing views for the explanation of the universe and the laws therein. The most common approach put forward by proponents of materialist-atheism is that the laws of the universe are intrinsic to matter; together with matter these laws are eternal; and no further explanation is needed for the observed laws. The theist description, on the other hand, perceives the laws of the universe (and the universe itself) as creations of God, and as a manifestation of the Might and Will of God.

The first major question we must focus on here is “Why do we have laws instead of chaos?” From the perspective of logic, the universe could have existed just as well without laws; the presence of laws is not a logical necessity (notice the distinction between logical necessity and physical necessity). The existence of a universe with no laws at all is not logically inconsistent. Most scientists merely focus on the discovery of laws and leave aside the question of why they exist. Notwithstanding, some significant figures such as Einstein noticed the extraordinariness in the comprehensibility of the universe. Einstein stated that “The most incomprehensible thing about the universe is that it is comprehensible”. According to him, the comprehensibility of the universe and the human mind’s comprehension is a manifestation of God.

If the universe were disordered and chaotic, we would never have come out of the confusion of childhood. If the universe were ordered but with a structure much more complicated than the perception capacity of human mind, it would still be incomprehensible. We understand the laws of the universe thanks both to their existence and comprehensibility.

If the apple you were eating suddenly turned into a rock, if the furniture on the floor started to fly around sporadically, if every morning we woke up in a different place, if a glass of cold water suddenly started to boil… in short, if we lived in a universe with no laws at all, neither rational reasoning, nor the language as a mediator of reasoning would have existed. If we gave a name to an object with a certain state (e.g. shape), but that state changed unpredictably, “naming” would become meaningless. Likewise, if the result of our actions changed each time we performed them, expressing the action verbally would become impossible. In such a chaotic world, induction and deduction and thus rational reasoning cannot exist.

As we have just seen, our understanding of the universe and science are only possible with the rational (in accordance with reason) structure of the universe, designed by the laws of nature. Since theism accepts God as the rational, conscious and mighty Creator of the universe, the rational structure of the universe can be readily understood. The only possible explanation from the materialist-atheist view is that matter has contained these properties for eternity. However, as agreed by materialist-atheists, the essence of matter has no relation to rationality; therefore, there is no reason to expect such an entity to have a rational structure. As a result, the rational structure of the universe is easily explained by theism, while materialist-atheism does not present any satisfying account.

The next point to be considered is the fact that the laws of nature are universal: they have the same structure at every point in the world, at every corner of the universe. The supposition that the laws of nature are the same at every point (space) in the universe, and for all time (in the past and in the future) is one of the basic elements of science. This property of the laws of nature allows us to make predictions about the past and the future using scientific discoveries. As expressed by Oxford philosopher Richard Swinburne, if we find a large number of identical coins in an archeological dig, or if we find documents in a room with the same handwriting, we will search for an explanation of “common source”. Likewise, the ordered structure observed at every location, the same yesterday and today, deserves a common explanation. Just imagine more than a quadrillion times a quadrillion times a quadrillion quarks obeying the same laws; it is impossible to call this a coincidence and materialist-atheists have no apparent option other than calling this a “necessity”. However, calling this a “necessity” actually means not saying anything; it is more of a sweep under the carpet. What makes this necessary and why the necessity yields the same results at every location and time is not answered.

One of the central elements in theism is belief in the existence of only One God (Wahdaniyyah). This ontological belief presents a token for understanding the unity of laws. Since God is the sole Creator of all points in space and time, there is no surprise in observing exactly the same, omnipresent laws. Materialist-atheism, however, offers no reasonable explanation here. Polytheist beliefs, that we do not pay much attention in this book (as they do not pose a serious alternative to theism), do not provide an explanation, either; they attribute different parts of nature to different powers, ruling out the necessity for unique laws. On the contrary, in such beliefs, different laws should be expected in different corners and chaos would emerge from the conflict between different powers (gods). Therefore, no ontology other than theism properly explains the validity of the laws of nature at different places and times.

Another essential element established by systems (paradigm) of theist religions is of human being in a place where they can use their free will to choose between right and wrong, good and evil. This free will is also the reason why God does not force beliefs on human; this brings about the notion that the world is a place of trials. The responsibility of human for his actions is a crucial claim in these beliefs. The following verse from the Quran illustrates the point:

He who has created death as well as life, so that He might put you to a test [and thus show] which of you is best in conduct, and [make you realize that] He alone is almighty, truly forgiving.

We can predict the outcomes of our actions only in an environment governed by laws, and we can be responsible for our actions only if we can predict their outcomes. Consider the following example: if someone pushes an innocent person off a cliff, we directly decide that he has done something terribly wrong. We would condemn this action humanly and a judge would find the actor guilty. Now imagine for a moment a world without natural laws: a world in which people pushed forward sometimes come back, or move upward; people falling from cliffs sporadically receive no harm but enjoyment and a feeling of goodness. In such a world, since the pusher cannot predict the outcome of his action, he cannot be responsible for it.

In fact, in a world with chaos instead of natural laws, neither life nor learning would be possible. As mentioned above, language is possible only in a place with laws. With no language, a state of mind suitable for trial cannot be reached. It is worth remembering that in theist religions, the speaking ability of human is strongly emphasized; the “responsible human” is placed on the earth with the ability to speak a language (living in a world with laws is just one of the conditions for speaking a language).

In brief, the theist claim that “we live in a world of trials and we are responsible for our actions” is rational only in a world governed by certain natural laws. This makes the existence of laws in the universe an expected phenomenon for theists. When this point is combined with a successful explanation of the rational structure of the universe by the existence of a rational, willful, conscious God, and a successful explanation of the universality of the laws of nature by the theist belief in only One God, we reach the conclusion that the existence of laws in the universe makes theism more preferable to all other options including materialist-atheism.

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  1. For all the efforts to heal him, he succumbed to the cancer.
  2. If you are exposed to smoking, you are highly at risk of developing lung cancer.
  3. Children especially in undeveloped countries are vulnerable to disease.
  4. In the 21th century, many diseases ceased to exist with the help of effective vaccinations.
  5. If we are to protect our world, we must turn to renewable energy sources
  6. If we are to maintain our survival, we have to exploit our resources wisely.
  7. People in Africa live in poverty inasmuch as the sources are not distributed evenly.
  8. Much as Africa is rich in natural sources, the rate of poverty is high.
  9. The government has enacted the law that reduces the voting age from 21 to 18.
  10. People over 18 are eligible to vote
  11. With the advent of internet, distances have become shorter.
  12. Government uses public service ads with an eye to deterring people from smoking.
  13. Government uses public service ads with a view to deterring people from smoking.
  14. Goverments try to deter people from smoking by means of public service ads.
  15. As of 2009, smoking in indoor places has been prohibited in Turkey.
  16. Ban on smoking in public places has been in place in Turkey since 2009.
  17. Excavations done in the area may hold hold clues to the starting of the civilization.

2021-12-30: Fatma... Laptop List

CPU comparision



  • Ryzen 7 5800H
  • Geforce Rtx 3050TI
  • 16.898,99 TL
  • 16GB RAM


  • 11.833,03 TL
  • Ryzen 7 5800H
  • 8GB RAM
  • 4gb Gtx1650


  • 12.029,00 TL
  • No GPU
  • 5800U
  • 16GB RAM

  • Have you ever studied archaeology? :: Hiç arkeoloji okudun mu?

  • I like broccoli, but I hate cauliflower. :: Brokoliyi severim lakin karnabahardan nefret ederim.
  • Let's not quibble over trivial matters. :: Önemsiz meseleler üzerine tartışmayalım.

  • Tom swore his undying love to Mary. :: Tom Mary'e olan (?)
  • Tom and Mary declared their undying love for one another. :: Tom ve Mary birbirlerine olan ölümsüz aşklarını ilan ettiler.
  • Tom was giddy with excitement. ::
  • Tom is as giddy as a schoolgirl. :: Tom ..
  • It's simple and intuitive. :: ?

Thanks: Eylül, Muhammed from free4talk.


KZ ED-12

  • 109 TL
  • çıkarılabilir kablo



  • mikrofonlu ve mikrofonsuz kablo
  • 16$


  • 32$
  • kablosu değişebilir.

TaoTronics TT-BH042

  • Bluetooth
  • 245 TL


  • 470 TL
  • Kulaküstü

Audio Technica ATH-M20X

  • 560 TL

Anker Soundcore Life Q10

  • 320 TL
  • Bluetooth 5.0 (60 saat)
  • Kablolu kullanılabilir.
  • ağır?

TaoTronics Sound Surge 85

  • 360 TL
  • Bluetooth 5.0 (40 saat)
  • ANC
  • kablolu kullanım

Hyperx Cloud II

  • 900 TL
  • mikrofonu iyi
  • kumandalı
  • çıkarılabilir mikrofon

Blitzwolf BW-HP2

  • 30$
  • Bluetooth 5.0
  • Kablolu kullanılabilir
  • SD kart ile çalma

Edifier H840

  • 40$
  • studio headphone






publisher projject:


EXCALIBUR G770.9750-BVH0X İ7-9750H RGB 16GB 512GB M2 NVME SSD GTX1650 4GB 15.6'' FREEDOS

6.099 TL, 2.1KG, 60 Hz

- No 120+ Hz Screen.

Asus X571GT-AL136X i7-9750H 16GB 512SSD 4G GTX1650 15.6" 120Hz FH

7.149,99 TL

- hot air comes out to the screen

DELL G315-4B75D256F81C1 i7-9750H 16GB 1TB+256GB 4GB GTX1650 15.6

6557 TL, 60 Hz, 2.50 kg

- No 120+ Hz Screen.

Type-C sorulsun. - Soruldu. Var denildi.

Asus ROG G531GT-AL178 Intel Core i7 9750H 16GB 512GB SSD GTX1650 Freedos 15.6 FHD

7.589,00 TL 7.299,00 TL

- touch pad has buttons
+ 120 Hz Screen
2.40 kg

- it looks like there is no type c

HP Pavilion GAMİNG 17-CD0012NT Intel Core i7 9750H 16GB 512GB SSD GTX1660Ti Freedos 17.3" FHD Taşınabilir Bilgisayar 7EB58EA

7999 TL, 2.7kg,

- plastik esniyor, ekran büyük
+ 144Hz


HP Pavilion GAMİNG 17-CD0014NT Intel i7 9750H 8GB 1TB + 256GB SSD GTX1650 Freedos 17.3 7JZ63EA

6.299,00 TL, 2.77kg, 60 Hz

- 8GB



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“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life.”
“Zamanınız kısıtlı, o halde başkasının hayatını yaşamakla onu israf etmeyin.”
– Steve Jobs –

“I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.”
“Söylediklerinize katılmıyorum, ancak bunları söyleme hakkınızı sonuna kadar savunuyorum.”
– Voltaire –

“A great future doesn’t require a great past.”
“Muhteşem bir gelecek için muhteşem bir geçmiş gerekmez.”
– William Chapman –

“Stop being a prisoner of your past. Become the architect of your future.”
“Geçmişinin esiri olmayı bırak. Geleceğinin mimarı ol.”
– Robin S. Sharma –

“Enjoy the little things in life, because one day you will look back and realize they were the big things.”
“Hayatta küçük şeylerin keyfini çıkarın. Çünkü bir gün geriye dönüp bakacak ve aslında büyük şeyler olduklarını fark edeceksiniz.”
– Kurt Vonnegut –

“Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself.”
“Herkes dünyayı değiştirmeyi düşünüyor, lakin kimse kendini değiştirmeyi düşünmüyor.”
– Leo Tolstoy –

“Intelligent people tend to have fewer friends than the average person. The smarter you are, the more selective you become.”
“Zeki insanlar, ortalama bir insanın sahip olduğundan daha az arkadaşa sahip olma eğilimindedirler. Ne kadar zekiyseniz, o kadar seçicisiniz.”
– Nikola Tesla –

“I’m not upset that you lied to me, I’m upset that from now on I can’t believe you.”
“Bana yalan söylediğin için değil, bundan sonra sana inanamayacağım için üzgünüm.”
– Friedrich Nietzsche –

“Always tell the truth. That way, you don’t have to remember what you said.”
“Daima doğruyu söyleyin. Böylelikle ne dediğinizi hatırlamak zorunda kalmazsınız.”
– Mark Twain –

“Nowadays people know the price of everything and the value of nothing.”
“Bugünlerde insanlar her şeyin fiyatını biliyor ama hiçbir şeyin değerini bilmiyor.”
– Oscar Wilde –

“There is nothing at all wrong with having money unless money has you.”
“Para size sahip olmadığı sürece, paraya sahip olmakta hiçbir sakınca yoktur.”
– Norman Vincent Peale –

“You are not wealthy until you have something money cannot buy.”
“Paranın satın alamayacağı bir şeye sahip olana dek zengin sayılmazsınız.”
– Garth Brooks –

“Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go.”
“Yalnızca çok ileri gitmeyi göze alanlar, ne kadar ileri gidilebileceğini görebilirler.”
– T. S. Eliot –

“To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.”
“Sürekli seni başka biri yapmaya çalışan bir dünyada kendin olmak en büyük başarıdır.”
– Ralph Waldo Emerson –

“Love is not just looking at each other, it’s looking in the same direction.”
“Aşk sadece birbirine bakmak değil, birlikte aynı yöne bakmaktır.”
– Antoine de Saint-Exupéry –

“He who does not understand your silence will probably not understand your words.”
"Sessizliğinizi anlamayan biri, muhtemelen sözlerinizi de anlamaz.”
– Elbert Hubbard –

“Don’t waste your time with explanations. People only hear what they want to hear.”
“Açıklamalar yaparak vaktinizi boşa harcamayın. İnsanlar yalnızca duymak istediklerini duyarlar.”
– Paulo Coelho –

“A man who dares to waste one hour of time has not discovered the value of life.”
“Bir saatlik zamanı boşa harcamaya cesaret eden biri, hayatın değerini keşfetmemiştir.”
– Charles Darwin –

“If you spend your whole life waiting for the storm, you’ll never enjoy the sunshine.”
“Eğer bütün hayatınızı fırtınayı bekleyerek geçirirseniz, güneşin keyfini asla çıkaramazsınız.”
– Morris West –

“A negative mind will never give you a positive life.”
“Negatif bir zihin size asla pozitif bir hayat sunmaz.”
– Ziad K. Abdelnour –

“A pessimist is somebody who complains about the noise when opportunity knocks.”
“Karamsar kimse fırsat kapıyı çaldığında gürültüden şikayet edendir.”
– Oscar Wilde –

“Education is the art of making man ethical.”
“Eğitim, insanı ahlaklı yapma sanatıdır.”
– Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel –

“The problem with the world is that the intelligent people are full of doubts, while the stupid ones are full of confidence.”
“Dünyanın sorunu, zeki insanlar şüphelerle doluyken, aptalların özgüvenle dolu olmasıdır.”
– Charles Bukowski –

“One day we will realize that big hearts will bring us more peace than big weapons.”
“Günün birinde, büyük yüreklerin büyük silahlardan daha çok barış getirdiğinin farkına varacağız.”
– Anthony Douglas Williams –

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by Carolyn Graham (Grammar Chants)

Look! The leaves are starting to fall.
Winter is coming, winter is coming.
Now the nights are growing cold.
Winter is coming soon.
Look at the sky! It's starting to snow.
Winter is here, winter is here.
Look at the sky! Look at the snow!
Winter is here, winter is here.

Look! The snow is starting to melt.
Spring is coming, spring is coming.
Look! The flowers are starting to bloom.
Spring is coming soon.
Look at the trees! Look at the flowers!
Spring is here, spring is here.
Look at the sun! Look at the sky!
Summer is coming soon

by Carolyn Graham (Grammar Chants)

It was raining when she saw him.
It was raining when they met.
It was pouring when they fell in love,
the streets were dark and wet.

It was raining when they parted.
There were dark clouds in the sky.
It was raining when he left her,
when he turned and said "Good-bye."

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file '/home/sara/skin:places/network-workgroup.svg', because: No such file or directory
<W>2019-07-23 22:42:46.064 Database SQLite: "3.22.0"
<W>2019-07-23 22:42:46.065 OpenSSL Support: 1 (OpenSSL 1.1.1 11 Sep 2018)
<W>2019-07-23 22:42:46.155 ServerHandler: TLS cipher preference is "TLS_AES_256_GCM_SHA384:TLS_CHACHA20_POLY1305_SHA256:TLS_AES_128_GCM_SHA256:ECDHE-ECDSA-AES256-GCM-SHA384:ECDHE-RSA-AES256-GCM-SHA384:ECDHE-ECDSA-AES128-GCM-SHA256:ECDHE-RSA-AES128-GCM-SHA256:DHE-RSA-AES256-GCM-SHA384:DHE-RSA-AES128-GCM-SHA256:DHE-RSA-AES256-SHA:DHE-RSA-AES128-SHA:AES256-SHA:AES128-SHA"
The application (or it's libraries) caught a Segmentation Fault. Backtrace follows:
Backtrace: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libg15daemon_client.so.1(+0xdb3) [0x7f00445eadb3]
Backtrace: /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libpthread.so.0(+0x12890) [0x7f00400fa890]
Backtrace: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libQt5Network.so.5(+0x940d4) [0x7f00411f50d4]
Backtrace: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libQt5Network.so.5(+0x92ca2) [0x7f00411f3ca2]
Backtrace: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libQt5Core.so.5(_ZN7QObject5eventEP6QEvent+0xe2) [0x7f00405c1122]
Backtrace: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libQt5Widgets.so.5(_ZN19QApplicationPrivate13notify_helperEP7QObjectP6QEvent+0x9c) [0x7f0041daa82c]
Backtrace: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libQt5Widgets.so.5(_ZN12QApplication6notifyEP7QObjectP6QEvent+0x2a4) [0x7f0041db20f4]
Backtrace: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libQt5Core.so.5(_ZN16QCoreApplication15notifyInternal2EP7QObjectP6QEvent+0x118) [0x7f00405919a8]
Backtrace: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libQt5Core.so.5(_ZN23QCoreApplicationPrivate16sendPostedEventsEP7QObjectiP11QThreadData+0x1ed) [0x7f004059411d]
Backtrace: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libQt5Core.so.5(+0x2e42c3) [0x7f00405eb2c3]
Backtrace: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libglib-2.0.so.0(g_main_context_dispatch+0x2e7) [0x7f003d656417]
Backtrace: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libglib-2.0.so.0(+0x4c650) [0x7f003d656650]
Backtrace: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libglib-2.0.so.0(g_main_context_iteration+0x2c) [0x7f003d6566dc]
Backtrace: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libQt5Core.so.5(_ZN20QEventDispatcherGlib13processEventsE6QFlagsIN10QEventLoop17ProcessEventsFlagEE+0x5f) [0x7f00405ea8ef]
Backtrace: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libQt5Core.so.5(_ZN10QEventLoop4execE6QFlagsINS_17ProcessEventsFlagEE+0x13a) [0x7f004058f9ea]
Backtrace: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libQt5Core.so.5(_ZN7QThread4execEv+0x6a) [0x7f00403ae22a]
Backtrace: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libQt5Core.so.5(+0xac16d) [0x7f00403b316d]
Backtrace: /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libpthread.so.0(+0x76db) [0x7f00400ef6db]
Backtrace: /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libc.so.6(clone+0x3f) [0x7f003f4d988f]
End of Backtrace.
<W>2019-07-23 22:52:45.661 QObject::~QObject: Timers cannot be stopped from another thread

  • mysql> select * from personel order by id desc limit 5;

  • mysql> select * from pts_giriscikis order by id desc limit 5;

| id | personelid | giristarihi | girissaati | cikistarihi | cikissaati | toplamsure | ellegiris | ellecikis | islemturu | izintipi | izinturid | izinsure | aciklama | geciptal | erkiptal | eksiptal | mesaiiptal | kapiterminalid | giristerminalno | cikisterminalno | kapiterminalkod | surefarki | isurefarki | iizinsure | kartno | girissaati1 | cikissaati1 |
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