Synonyms for gikas or Related words with gikas

michailidis              oikonomou              stavrou              alkis              vidalis              periklis              vagelis              christoforos              makridis              koulis              thodoros              dimosthenis              charalampos              vasileios              miltos              kalogeropoulos              panagiotidis              kitsos              valtinos              kazakos              kastrinakis              koromilas              efthimios              komninos              lavrentis              triantafillidis              konstantaras              emilios              diamantis              aristidis              stamatiadis              emmanouilidis              yiorgos              tsaganeas              aristeidis              vaios              labros              romanidis              stavrakopoulos              chaikalis              fotiadis              manthos              papachristos              totsikas              dionysis              lambrou              aimilios              vasilios              drakos              galakteros             

Examples of "gikas"
Open 200m: John Gikas, The King's School 21.40 2016
Gikas started his pro career in 2012, with Filathlitikos in the Greek 2nd Division. He moved to the Greek 1st Division club Aris in 2013. On 15 January 2015, Gikas signed with the Baltic League club Ventspils.
Hatzikyriakos was married to Eleni Gika, and their son was the painter Nikos Hatzikyriakos-Gikas.
The Nikos Chatzikyriakos-Gikas Art Gallery is an art museum and gallery in Athens, Greece.
Gikas Hardouvelis ( ; born 8 October 1955) is a former Minister of Finance of Greece. He replaced Yannis Stournaras on 10 June 2014 following a cabinet reshuffle.
— A version airs on Skai TV by the name "Το κάστρο του Τακέσι"(=Takeshi's Castle). It has been dubbed by Kostas Papageorgiou and Akindynos Gikas.
He spent the 2015–16 season with the Greek club Nea Kifissia. On July 17, 2016, Gikas signed with the Greek club Promitheas Patras.
Christos Gikas (; born August 12, 1976 in Gjirokastër, Albania) is a retired amateur Greek Greco-Roman wrestler, who competed in the men's lightweight category. He won a silver medal in the 63-kg division at the 2001 Mediterranean Games in Tunis, Tunisia, and had been selected to the nation's Olympic wrestling team when Greece hosted the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens. Gikas also trained as a member of the wrestling squad for Olympiacos in Athens, under his personal coach Aristidis Rubenyan.
118.Neonakis I, Gikas A, Scoulica E, Manios A, Georgiladakis A, Tselentis Y. Evolution of aminoglycoside resistance phenotypes of four Gram-negative bacteria: an 8-year survey in a university hospital in Greece. Int. J. Antimicrob. Agents22,526–531 (2003).
The program can be seen in Greece as Sasuke on the Skai TV network every Saturday at 16:00 (UTC+2). The show is voiced-over by Akindynos Gikas and Kostas Papageorgiou.
Gikas qualified for his naturalized Greek squad in the men's 60 kg class at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens. He filled up an entry by the International Federation of Association Wrestling and the Hellenic Olympic Committee, as Greece received an automatic berth for being the host nation. In front of the home crowd inside Ano Liossia Olympic Hall, Gikas lost three straight matches each to Turkey's Şeref Tüfenk (0–5), eventual Olympic silver medalist Roberto Monzón of Cuba (0–7), and two-time Olympian Ali Ashkani of Iran (1–6), leaving him on the bottom of the prelim pool and placing twentieth in the final standings.
Tufenk made his official debut for the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, where he placed second in the preliminary pool of the men's lightweight class (60 kg), against Cuba's Roberto Monzón, Iran's Ali Ashkani, and Greece's Christos Gikas. In 2005, he won the gold medal at the Summer Universiade in İzmir, Turkey.
In January 2014, Yiannis Stournaras announced that he would be stepping down as Minister of Finance in order to become Governor of the Bank of Greece. It was suggested that Samaras has chosen Papastavrou to replace him as Minister of Finance. However, Gikas Hardouvelis is the one who actually succeeds Stournaras.
Nikolaos "Nikos" Gikas (alternate spelling: Gkikas) (Greek: Νικόλαος "Νίκος" Γκίκας; born November 22, 1990) is a Greek professional basketball player who currently plays for Promitheas Patras of the Greek Basket League. He is a 6 ft 1.25 in (1.86 m) tall point guard.
Solon Gikas (, 1898–1978) was a Greek Army officer who rose to the rank of Lieutenant General and held the post of Chief of the Hellenic Army General Staff in 1954–1956. He also served as Minister for Communications and Public Works in 1958–63 and Minister for Public Order in 1974–76 under Konstantinos Karamanlis.
He would move back to the Greek Second Division, to play with Filathlitikos, for the 2012–13 season. During that season, Psaropoulos among with Antetokounmpo brothers, Giannis and Thanasis, as well as players like Nikos Gikas, Michalis Kamperidis, and Christos Saloustros managed to take the 3rd place in the Greek 2nd Division.
Following the fall of the Regime of the Colonels, Gikas served yet again under Karamanlis as Minister for Public Order in the first post-junta civilian cabinet sworn in on 24 July 1974, and in the cabinet formed after the November 1974 election by Karamanlis' new party, New Democracy, until 5 January 1976.
Filathlitikos was founded in 1986. The club competed in the 2nd-tier level of Greek basketball, the Greek A2 Basket League, for the first time, during the 2012–13 season. During that season, the club featured players like the Antetokounmpo brothers, Giannis and Thanasis, as well as players like Nikos Gikas, Michalis Kamperidis, and Christos Saloustros. They finished in 3rd place in the Greek 2nd Division that season.
Promitheas played in the top-tier level Greek Basket League for the first time, in the 2016–17 season, after Faros Keratsiniou withdrew from their place top-tier Greek League. Prior to the Greek Basket League 2016–17 season, Promitheas named Nikos Vetoulas as head coach of the club, and managed to make several good free agent player signings, such as Mouhammad Faye, Zisis Sarikopoulos, Nikos Gikas, and Angelos Tsamis.
While Prime Minister Samaras vowed to "stay the course," he acknowledged the government must "fix injustices" and planned a "radical" cabinet reshuffle in response to the vote. Key chances included having Finance Minister Yannis Stournaras replaced with former prime-ministerial adviser Gikas Hardouvelis, and ND MP Argyris Dinopoulos replacing Yiannis Michelakis as Interior Minister. Ex-LAOS MP Adonis Georgiadis was replaced as Health Minister by Makis Voridis, a fellow ex-LAOS member. Changes were also made to the Education Minister, Public Order Minister, Development Minister, Agricultural Development Minister, and government spokesperson.