Synonyms for fotini or Related words with fotini
Examples of "fotini"
Eleni Gerasimidou as
Kaloudi, Antonis' mother
Leventis with whom he had a child, Papadopoulos Leventis.
() is a feminine Greek given name and may refer to:
Vavatsi (born 16 March 1974, in Thessalonica) is an archer from Greece. She represented Greece at the 2004 Summer Olympics.
Pipili () is a Greek journalist and politician and member of the Greek Parliament for the New Democracy for the Athens A constituency.
Markopoulou is co-founder of doppel , a wearable tech company that uses research in psychophysiology to create technology that changes how the user perceives, feels and behaves.
Ambjørn has worked with or been acknowledged as an influence by quantum physicists such as Renate Loll,
Markopoulou, Jerzy Jurkiewicz, and Lee Smolin.
He is the elder brother of Kostas Kapetanos who plays for A.E. Karaiskakis. He is married to fellow Greek,
Dougalis and they have three children together.
Causal dynamical triangulation (abbreviated as CDT) invented by Renate Loll, Jan Ambjørn and Jerzy Jurkiewicz, and popularized by
Markopoulou and Lee Smolin, is an approach to quantum gravity that like loop quantum gravity is background independent.
The beach of Agia Fotia is located 13 kilometers east of Ierapetra, in Crete. It was awarded the Blue Flag in 2006. The village is named after the church of Agia
Carras, the daughter of the Greek shipowner Yiannis Carras, and had a son, Peter, and a daughter, Marina. He died in 1997, leaving his business to his son.
He was married to
Georkadji, daughter of Anastasios G. Leventis and widow of assassinated politician Polykarpos Georkadjis, from 1972 until his death in 2008. Papadopoulos had been best man at his wife's first wedding.
married Tassos Papadopoulos, then Minister of Labour, two years her husband's death. Papadopoulos and Georkadjis had been close friends, and Papadopoulos had been best man at Georkadjis' wedding.
Phyllis Barnhart died at the age of 85 on February 6, 2008, in Salt Lake City, Utah. She was survived by her daughter,
, and three sons, Rhio, Roberleigh and Philo Barnhart (who worked as an assistant animator on films such as "The Secret of NIMH" and "Beauty and the Beast").
Tzimis Panousis () is a Greek musician and stand-up comedian born in Athens on February 12, 1954, where he has spent most of his life. His fans often refer to him as “Tzimakos” (little Jim). He is married to Lili Achladioti and has a son, Aris and a daughter
Epanomitis (born 23 July 1969 in Perth, Western Australia) is an Australian novelist. Her first novel, "The Mule's Foal" won the 1994 Commonwealth Writers' Prize, best first book, South East Asia and South Pacific, and the 1992 Australian Vogel Award.
G. Markopoulou-Kalamara (; born April 3, 1971) is a Greek theoretical physicist interested in foundational mathematics and quantum mechanics. She was a faculty member at Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics and was an adjunct professor at the University of Waterloo.
Xenakis was born in Brăila, Romania. He was the eldest son of Klearchos Xenakis, a Greek businessman from Euboea, and
Pavlou from Lemnos. His parents were both interested in music, and it was
who introduced the young Xenakis to music. Her early death, when Xenakis was five years old, was a traumatic experience that, in his own words, "deeply scarred" the future composer. He was subsequently educated by a series of governesses, and then, in 1932, sent to a boarding school on the Aegean island of Spetsai, Greece. He sang in the school's boys' choir, where the repertoire included works by Palestrina, and Mozart's "Requiem", which Xenakis memorized in its entirety. It was also at the Spetsai school that Xenakis studied notation and solfège, and became enamoured with Greek traditional and sacred music.
Papadopoulos was born in Nicosia in 1973, the son of lawyer, politician and future president Tassos Papadopoulos and his wife
. He studied law at University College London and was called to the bar at Inner Temple. During his time in London, he served as president of EFEK, the Cypriot students' federation in Britain. On his return to Cyprus, Papadopoulos began work at his father's firm.
Application to quantum gravity came later. Early random graph models of space-time have been proposed by Frank Antonsen (1993), Manfred Requardt (1996) and Thomas Filk (2000). Tomasz Konopka,
Markopoulou-Kalamara, Simone Severini, and Lee Smolin of the Canadian Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics introduced a graph model that they called Quantum Graphity. An argument based on quantum graphity combined with the holographic principle can resolve the horizon problem and explain the observed scale invariance of
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