Synonyms for alkis or Related words with alkis

christoforos              thodoros              papatheodorou              koulis              valtinos              makridis              diamantis              papathanasiou              stavrou              miltos              livaditis              gikas              lavrentis              myrat              michailidis              grigoriou              aimilios              rizos              labros              vagelis              lambrou              panagiotidis              konstantaras              charalampos              dimosthenis              triantafillidis              tsaganeas              koromilas              manthos              periklis              andreou              vasiliadis              sinopoulos              sakellariou              michalakis              alexandris              dimou              dionysis              voulgaridis              andritsos              makis              emilios              yiorgos              alekos              vogiatzis              symeonidis              vaios              theofilos              mihalopoulos              kostantinos             

Examples of "alkis"
In 2010, Professor Alkis Raftis, President of the International Dance Council, UNESCO, Paris, wrote:
Alkis Raftis is a researcher in the field of dance, including ethnographic research on traditional Greek dance.
, and included Vangelis Mourikis, Alkis Panayiotidis, and Stathis Maragos. The script was co-authored by Maragos and Mourikis.
Margaritis is the son of Niki Kypreou and Alkis Margaritis. He is currently married to Chrysanthi Douzi and has a daughter, Semeli-Niki.
Alkis Dimitris (; born 23 July 1980) is a professional Greek footballer of Albanian descent, who plays for Greek Gamma Ethniki club AEEK INKA as a defender.
His music was directed among others by: Arturo Tamayo, Gunther Schuller, Diego Masson, James Judd, Mathias Bamert, Ingo Metzmacher, Martin Brabbins, Gaetano Colajanni, Olivier Cuendet, Christian Eggen, Henri Gallois, Christopher Warren-Green, Henry Kucharzyk, Stefan Skold, Myron Michailidis, Miltos Logiades, Alexandros Myrat, Marios Papadopoulos, Nikos Tchouchlos, Alkis Baltas
Alkis Thrylos (Greek: Άλκης Θρύλος, born Eleni Ourani (Ελένης Ουράνη) in 1896 – December 8, 1971) was a Greek writer. She was a member of the Negreponti (Νεγρεπόντη) family. She was a critic of literature of the theatre. Her husband was the distinguished poet Kostas Ouranis. She died on December 8, 1971
In 1977, popular Greek singer Anna Vissi competed at the festival and won first place. 1980 saw the retirement of the festival's original host since 1962, Alkis Steas, and the participation of Cypriot Greek composer Manos Loizos in the contest. In 1991 Greek pop star Sakis Rouvas took part in the contest.
Nikos Kourkoulos died at the Errikos Dynan Hospital, Athens, on 30 January 2007, after a long battle with cancer, aged 72. He was survived by his companion of twenty years, Marianna Latsi (daughter of Greek shipping billionaire Yiannis Latsis), and four children: Errieta and Philip from his relationship with Marianna Latsis, and Melita and Alkis from his legal marriage.
Alketas ("Alkis") Panagoulias () (30 May 1934 - 18 June 2012) was a Greek association football player and manager. He managed the national teams of both Greece and the United States. He also managed several clubs, including Aris, his birthplace team, and Olympiakos with he managed to win three Alpha Ethniki championships.
In 2008, Alkis Raftis circulated an e-mail which said, in part: "Governments, sponsors, and the media is our main concern this year. Governments (national, regional or local), sponsors (private or public) and the media (newspapers, magazines, radio, TV) are the three most important factors affecting the practice of our art.
Alkis Panagoulias, Steve Sampson and Bob Bradley all led the United States national team before later becoming head coach of a foreign national team; Afshin Ghotbi served as a U.S. national team assistant coach before taking over the Iran national side.
While there, he suffered from tuberculosis, and relocated to Davos in Switzerland in order to recover. There he met Manuela Santiago from Portugal, they got married but the marriage did not last. His second marriage, which lasted until his death in 1953 was with Eleni Ourani, also known with the pen name Alkis Thrylos ("Άλκης Θρύλος").
The Hellenic Conservatory () was founded in Athens in 1919 by the composer Manolis Kalomiris. Kalomoiris was the conservatoire's director until 1926, when he left to found the National Conservatoire. The conservatoire early on opened a number of branches throughout Athens, in a number of cities in Greece, and in Cyprus. The conservatoire's location is Didotou 53 and its artistic director is Alkis Mpaltas.
The story takes place in Corfu at the beginning of 20th century. The head of the decadent, aristocratic family of Ophiomachus forced to marry his daughter to the successful doctor and candidate deputy Aristeidis Steriotis, in order to deal with their financial difficulties. However his daughter is in love with the young scholar Alkis Sozomenos. Ultimately their expectations are not fulfilled.
Association of former students of the Islamic College for three Islamic College of Islamic College of Malaya / Kolej Islam Malaya (KIM), Klang Islamic College / Kolej Islam Klang (KIK) and Sultan Alam Shah Islamic College (SASIC) / Kolej Islam Sultan Alam Shah (KISAS), better known as the Islamic College Alumni Association, Klang, Malaysia / Alumni Kolej Islam (ALKIS).
Poyiadjis was inducted into the Sir Harold Acton Society at New York University School of Medicine on January 2006 in recognition of his support for the NYU Department of Physiology and Neuroscience Poyiadjis became involved with the NYU School of Medicine when Professor Rodolfo Llinas diagnosed Poyiadjis' brother, Alkis Poyiadjis, with schizoaffective disorder and referred him for successful treatment in Switzerland. Poyiadjis has since donated several million dollars to the Department of Physiology and Neuroscience and in support of Dr. Llinas' research studies. Poyiadjis has also volunteered to participate in various research studies conducted by the medical school. Poyiadjis also provided financial support to the Department of Functional Neurosurgery at the University Hospital at Zurich, where Alkis was treated.
There is a great version and a small version. The great version incorporates the small version, which depicts Saint Christopher (sometimes also called Saint Christophorus) with the infant Jesus in his hands. This coat of arms was given to Vilnius in 1330. It was speculated that in pagan times, i.e., until the end of the 14th century, it featured Titan Alkis, a hero of ancient Lithuanian tales, carrying his wife Janterytė on his shoulders across the Vilnia River.
Kapp also was a member of the U.S. Olympic soccer team at the 1984 Summer Olympics, where he started all three games under coach Alkis Panagoulias. The 3–0 win over Costa Rica was attended by 78,265 fans in Palo Alto, California. The U.S. went 1-1-1, beating Costa Rica 3-0,losing 1-0 to Italy, and tying Egypt 1–1. They failed to make it to the second round despite playing with professional players.
His next album, "Stavros Tou Notou" ('Southern Cross'), set to the poetry of Nikos Kavvadias, opened up further musical avenues for him, combining theatre, electronic music and atonality. With the same devotion to poetry, he continued to set the works of Ritsos, Alkis Alkaios, François Villon and Cavafy, amongst others. In addition, he has written an opera, "Eleni" ('Helen') and set to music several children's fairytales.