Synonyms for stavrou or Related words with stavrou

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Examples of "stavrou"
2012 World Indoor Mixed Pairs Champion with Debbie Stavrou
Yannis Stavrou (Greece, 1948 — ) is a contemporary Greek artist, painter.
Debbie Stavrou is an English international lawn and indoor bowler.
Stavrou () is a Greek surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Alexiadou, Artemis, Liliane Haegeman, and Melita Stavrou. 2007. Noun Phrase in the generative perspective. Mouton de Gruyter: Berlin.
• "Closed Doors: An Answer to Bitter Lemons by Lawrence Durrell", trans. by David Roessel & Soterios Stavrou, 2004 (ISBN 0932963110).
The track was produced by the band's manager Nils Stevenson and Mike Stavrou, a recording engineer on T. Rex's final album, "Dandy in the Underworld" (1977).
A standout midfielder at Cleveland State University, Stavrou was a 1990 Second Team All-America. A two-time MVP of the Mid-Continent Conference, Stavrou was honored as a defender in 1989 and a midfielder in 1990. The all-time leader in games-played at Cleveland State (82), he also ranks fourth among the school's all-time points leaders (112), fourth in goals (46), and tied for ninth in assists (20).
In August 2014, veteran defender Nick Stavrou retired after 14 seasons as a player to become the Sidekicks' director of soccer operations and an assistant coach, replacing Cesar Cervin. With the team's roster depleted by injury and penalty, Stavrou returned to the turf as a defender for the December 14 game against the Tulsa Revolution. He returned briefly to retirement on December 27 before being recalled on January 8 for roadtrip to Mexico and again on January 23 for a roadtrip to Brownsville.
Yannis Stavrou (Γιάννης Σταύρου in Greek) was born in Thessaloniki, Greece. He originally studied sculpture at the Athens School of Fine Arts before painting won him over. He currently lives and works in Athens.
"Dr Manos Biris, Professor of the Architecture History in the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), wrote about Yannis Stavrou in 2000 (excerpt from the introduction to Yannis Stavrou's catalog under the title "Greece in Colours", 2000):"
The team began a series of roster moves on January 8 in preparation for the roadtrip to Mexico. Defender Mike Jones, midfielders Angel Rivillo and Kristian Quintana, and forward Renato Pereira were assigned to Sidekicks Premier. On the same day, defender Nick Stavrou was re-activated plus Brazilian and Mexican nationals John Machado and Andreas Salazar were signed as midfielders and Johnny Munoz was signed as a defender. On January 16, the team assigned Machado, Salazar, and Munoz to Sidekicks Premier, Stavrou was once again sent into retirement, and the team signed midfielder Alex Molano. On the same day, the Sidekicks acquired forward Alex Megson in a trade with the Rochester Lancers.
After a stellar college career, Stavrou was selected by the Dallas Sidekicks in the second round of the 1991 Major Indoor Soccer League, (MISL) draft. He played 10 seasons with the team, which played in the Major Indoor Soccer League, (MISL), World Indoor Soccer League, the Continental Indoor Soccer League, (CISL) in 1993, and the Premiere Soccer Alliance, (P.S.A.), in 1998. A member of the Sidekicks MISL championship teams in 1993, 1998 and 2001, he earned second team All-PSA honors in 1998 and second team All-WISL honors in 2000. Stavrou scored 199 goals in 292 games with the Sidekicks from 1991-2004.
Nicholas "Nick" Stavrou (born 26 August 1969 in Worthing, England) is an English football midfielder who played thirteen years with the Dallas Sidekicks. In November 2012, he began playing for the new Dallas Sidekicks of the Professional Arena Soccer League. He retired as a player in March 2014 and now serves as the team's assistant coach and director of soccer operations.
The developmental team was scheduled to return in Summer 2014 with former Sidekicks player Nick Stavrou as head coach. They were scheduled to compete against the Wichita B-52s Premier, Texas Xtreme, Dallas Elite (formerly Atletico Barcelona), and Tulsa Revolution Premier in the PASL-Premier's Central Division. The summer schedule was cancelled after the team was unable to secure a suitable playing venue.
The team was led by head coach Tatu with assistant coach Nick Stavrou. Dallas amassed a 14–6 record in the regular season and qualified for the playoffs. They defeated Oxford City FC of Texas in the Southern Division Semi-Finals before losing to the Monterrey Flash in the Division Finals.
On February 1, the final day for roster moves this season, the team signed MLS veteran Hunter Jumper, recalled midfielder Angel Rivillo, activated Shaun David from injured reserve, returned defender Nick Stavrou to his coaching duties, and granted midfielder Jamie Lovegrove emergency leave to return to England.
Right Side Up is an album by Ralph McTell released in 1976 by Warner Bros. Records/WEA, recorded at Air Studios in London by Pete Henderson and Mike Stavrou, and produced by Ralph McTell and Peter Swettenham (one-time member of band Grapefruit).
Vera sto Dexi (; English translation: wedding ring on the right [hand]) is a Greek television soap opera. Created by Helena Akrita and Yiorgos Kiritsis, "Vera sto Dexi" combines elements of drama, mystery, adventure and occasionally comedy. The series stars Katia Dandoulaki, Kostas Kazakos, Marianna Toumassatou, Elissavet Moutafi, Alexandros Stavrou, Iro Loupi and Danis Katranidis, among others, and aired daily on Mega Channel.
At the end of the 7-year dictatorship, Eleni Vlahou came back to Greece and opened "Kathimerini" again, and Rosita collaborated sporadically under the pseudonym of Irene Stavrou until 1987 when the newspaper was sold to the Koskotas group. Apogevmatini eventually turned her out in 2005, after 35 years, as part of the newspaper's policy to prefer young low-paid journalists.