Synonyms for stamatis or Related words with stamatis
Examples of "stamatis"
Dimitrios or Dimitris
(Greek: Δημήτρης Σταμάτης) may mean:
played at the Jordan Brand Classic International game. After playing basketball with the youth teams of AGOG Evriali,
began his pro career in 2013, with the Greek League club Panionios. In November 2015,
joined Nea Kifissia of the Greek Basket League. In August 2016, he joined Kymis.
The eighth episode aired on May 29, 2016 and the winner was
with 24 points.
chose to give the money from the audience voting to the non profit organization "Paidia tis Gis".
She is the daughter of the well-known Greek journalist and screenwriter,
Krestenitis (Greek: Σταμάτης Κρεστενίτης) was a Greek revolutionary leader during the Greek War of Independence.
He is the son of former AEK Athens F.C. footballer Stavros
moved to the United States with his family as a youth. He attended Liberty High School in Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania. and was selected to the All State Team in 1975. After high school, he was recruited by many top colleges but elected to play at Penn State because of Coach Bahr’s honesty that
would need to earn a place on the team.
did work hard and developed into one of the top collegiate forwards.
Spanoudakis was born in Athens Greece. Very early on he began to occupy himself with music.
Kleanthis (; 1802, Velventos, Ottoman Empire (modern-day Greece) - 1862, Athens, Greece) was a Greek architect.
The theme song of the series "Poso S' Agapo" was written by acclaimed Greek music composer
In 2013, she played the lead part in "Innerview", a play by Alexis
at the Southbank Centre in London.
When he was twenty years old just after his first steps in professional singing he was discovered by
Kraounakis and Warner Music company who immediately offered him a contract. For three continuous seasons he was singing with Alkistis Protopsalti,
Kraounakis and Lina Nikolakopoulou, and wrote history due to his musical performances under the music director Andreas Voutsinas.
In early 1980, active in popular music working with the best of its kind (Christos Nikolopoulos, T. Soukas, and others). Simultaneously participate in work skillfully composers (
Spanoudakis, Notis Mavroudis, Dionysis Savopoulos, George Andrew,
Kraounakis, George Stavrianos, Nick Portokaloglou etc.) and records rebetika remakes of old popular and folk songs.
(alternate spelling: Dimitris) (; born January 12, 1996) is a Greek professional basketball player. He is 1.92 m (6'3¾") tall. He can play at both the point guard and shooting guard positions, but his primary position is point guard. His father, Antonios
, was also a professional basketball player.
was named as a first team All American. The following year,
was selected as the 1979 winner of the Hermann Trophy, awarded annually to the most outstanding player in all of American college soccer. Penn State also made it to the NCAA championship semifinals that year before losing to eventual winners SIU-E.
Constantine Palaiologos' legacy is still a popular theme in Greek culture. The well known contemporary composers Apostolos Kaldaras and
Spanoudakis have written elegies for the Marble King.
Sapalidis (; born 5 July 1990) is a Greek professional footballer who plays for Ionikos, in the Football League 2 (Greece), as striker or left winger.
Stamatov () is a Bulgarian surname, derived from the male given name "Stamat", itself derived from Greek name "
" meaning "stopper" ("stamata" means "to stop"). It may refer to:
A. "Sam" Mastrogiannis (born March 2, 1942) is a Greek American professional poker player who won two bracelets at the World Series of Poker.
After education at Moraitis High School,
studied architecture at the National Technical University of Athens and took postgraduate degrees in architecture and cinematography in London.
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