The Sydney Morning Herald

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In 2001, he was admitted and ranked third to Anadolu University, Faculty of Fine Arts,
to study Animation. He made an animation film for his senior project and it was appreciated
and shown by many film festivals both domestic and international. When he graduated from college,
he went to Sydney/Australia both to study, and to participate
as a supporter in some projects about character design and animation.
He then came back to Turkey to kick his career start for a while,
and he thinks to go Australia again to get the inauguration of his Animation Factory.

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A chant of similar form, "Oggy Oggy Oggy", has been used for decades
by football crowds in Britain. Members of the British Royal Navy claim
to have used the Oggy Oggy Oggy chant, or a version of it, since the Second World War.

Englishman Ron Knox claims to have used the "Oggy" chant while playing for the Box
Hill Rugby Club in Melbourne in the late 1960s. Various conflicting stories of
how it was introduced from Britain to Australia can be found.

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