Synonyms for kalogeropoulos or Related words with kalogeropoulos

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Examples of "kalogeropoulos"
Nikolaos Kalogeropoulos (; 1851–1927) was a Greek politician and briefly the 35th Prime Minister of Greece.
Past players include: Anna Koumantou, Christína Papadáki, Christina Zachariadou, Olga Tsarbopoulou, Angelika Kanellopoulou and Carol-Ann Kalogeropoulos.
According to her birth certificate, Maria Callas was born Sophia Cecelia Kalos at Flower Hospital (now the Terence Cardinal Cooke Health Care Center), at 1249 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, on December 2, 1923, to Greek parents George Kalogeropoulos (c. 1881-1972) and Evangelia "Litsa" (sometimes "Litza") Dimitriadou (c. 1894-1982), though she was christened Anna Maria Sofia Cecilia Kalogeropoulou ()—the genitive of the patronymic Kalogeropoulos. Callas's father had shortened the surname Kalogeropoulos first to "Kalos" and subsequently to "Callas" in order to make it more manageable.
Kalogeropoulos () is a Greek surname, which means son of a monk. The female version of the name is Kalogeropoulou (Καλογεροπούλου). Notable people with the surname include:
Learn How to Read and Write, Son () is a 1981 Greek comedy film directed by Thodoros Maragos and starring Vasilis Diamantopoulos, Nikos Kalogeropoulos, Kostas Tsakonas and Anna Mantzourani.
HealthSherpa was founded by Ning Liang and George Kalogeropoulos, who participated together in the Silicon Valley startup accelerator Y-Combinator. In addition to Y-Combinator, the company is backed by Innovation Endeavors, Kapor Capital, and SGVC
Tsaldari was born Lina Lambrou () in 1887 to Spyridon Lambros (b. 1851 - d. 1919), who succeeded Nikolaos Kalogeropoulos as Prime Minister of Greece, serving from October 1916 to February 1917.
Kalogeropoulos was born in Costa Rica to Greek parents, where he started training in tennis and spent many years of his life. In 1962 he won junior Wimblendon and French Championships. He retired in 1978.
On February 18 the Greek delegation, headed by the premier Kalogeropoulos, and including a number of economic and military experts, arrived in London. The conference opened on the 21st, and the Supreme Council heard the Greek delegation. The Greek premier declared that Greece was prepared and willing to clear Anatolia of the Turkish Nationalists.
Upon his death, as an honour, his coffin was carried on the shoulders of eight athletes from different PAO departments: Ikonomopoulos, Kamaras, Antoniadis (football), Zacharopoulos (track), Georgantis, Iliopoulos (volleyball), Garos, Kalogeropoulos (basketball). The home stadium of Panathinaikos at Alexandras Avenue was named after him in 1981, at a ceremony presided by the then Prime Minister Georgios Rallis.
The cabinet of Petros Protopapadakis resigned on 28 August, Nikolaos Kalogeropoulos was entrusted by King Constantine with the formation of a new ministry. After two days spent in negotiations he failed in his task, and Nikolaos Triantafyllakos, the ex-high commissioner of Greece at Constantinople, was summoned, and succeeded with difficulty in forming a makeshift government.
The club has over ten national winners including men, women and youngsters: Vaso Tsasakou, Maria Lambrou, Tasia Tsakakou, Gina Baxivanaki, Niovi Baxivanaki, Ilias Dourdounas, Kostas Hadjiyiannis, Hristos Revas, Dimitris Kalogeropoulos, Tassos Kelessia, Giorgos Dourdounas, Aristidis Komolos, Giorgos Orfanos, Dimitris Lingris and several others.
Kalogeropoulos was born in Chalkida, Euboea, and studied law in Athens and Paris. He was elected a member of the Hellenic Parliament a total of ten times representing Euboea and served as minister in several conservative governments. He was associated with the People's Party after its formation in 1920.
Nicholas Kalogeropoulos (Greek: Νικόλαος Καλογερόπουλος; born 18 February 1945), also known as Nicky Kalo, is a retired Greek tennis player who won a bronze medal at the 1971 Mediterranean Games. In doubles, he finished second at the 1968 Italian Open. He was ranked as best Greek player in 1962–74 and was a member of the Greek Davis Cup team in 1963–81.
After the legislative elections of 1920, which resulted in an unexpected victory for the People's Party, Tsaldaris served in the governments of Dimitrios Rallis and Nikolaos Kalogeropoulos as Interior Minister and Minister of Public Transport. In the government of Dimitrios Gounaris he served once again as Minister of Public Transport.
On April 1 Gounaris, emboldened by the fact of his being "officially" recognized by the Allies in London, at last assumed the premiership on the resignation of Kalogeropoulos, who received the portfolio of finance. Some time previously Kalogeropoulos had ceded the portfolio of foreign affairs to Georgios Valtatzis, who remained foreign minister under Gounaris. Immediately upon the reconstruction of the cabinet King Constantine left for the front accompanied by the prince Andrew and prince Nicholas. A further mobilization of officers of the 1910-13 classes was ordered. The Turks showed stubborn resistance to the east of Eskishehr, and on April 4 it was reported that the Greeks had suffered a severe check. By this time the renewed outbreak of hostilities on a large scale in Anatolia convinced the Allies that no replies to the proposals of the Supreme Council were to be expected from the Greek and Turkish governments.
After World War I, Papanastasiou took part in several Venizelos governments as Minister of Transportation, Minister of National Health and Interior Minister. When Venizelos lost the 1920 elections, he remained in Greece and criticised the People's Party governments under the successive Prime Ministers Dimitrios Rallis, Nikolaos Kalogeropoulos, Dimitrios Gounaris, Nikolaos Stratos and Petros Protopapadakis for their mishandling of the ongoing Greco-Turkish War of 1919–1922.
Of California; Nephew William Petropoulos and niece Cynthia Petropoulos. David & Debra Cohen, Gigi Krueger, Bob Paduano, Dena Paduano, Rich Reams and Yota & Ilias Batsaras. Of NY; Christine Carrier, John Bazos, Nuni Madai, Sally Pansing Kravich, Vanessa Williams, Theresa Henkelmann, Nicolas Eftaxias, Stathis Antonakopoulos and Kelly Rutherford. Of CANADA; Panagiotis Mourdoukoutas. Of GREECE; George Psaradelis, Giannis Kalogeropoulos, Gregory Melas, Eleftherios Gig ourtakis Antonis Taktikos, Dimitris Lazaridis. Of TURKEY; Ela Barlas.
Burwash was entered in the main draw of two grand prix events. At the Calgary Indoor, held in February, he lost in the first round to Nicholas Kalogeropoulos 4–6, 3–6. In doubles Burwash partnered Franklin Robbins and lost in the first round as well. In August, Burwash as set to play John Newcombe in the first round of the Louisville Outdoor but defaulted.
Belkin opened 1973 playing 3 indoor events in the States. He lost in the first round to Herb Fitzgibbon in singles and in doubles partnering Nicholas Kalogeropoulos at the Baltimore Indoor in early January. Two weeks later at the Birmingham Indoor, Belkin reached the second round in singles beating Szabolcz Baranyi 6-4, 6-1, before losing to Jürgen Fassbender 3-6, 5-7. In doubles, he and partner Gavorielle Marcu lost in the first round. The following week, Belkin lost in the first round at the Omaha Indoor to Baranyi 3-6, 0-6.