Synonyms for stefanidis or Related words with stefanidis

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Examples of "stefanidis"
Paul Stefanidis is a Mastering engineer at Viking Lounge Mastering
"The art historian, critic Manos Stefanidis wrote about Yannis Stavrou’s work in 2006 (excerpt from the essay under the title "Glass Eyes, Resurrected Gazes - On Yannis Stavrou's Paintings" by Manos Stefanidis):"
On 27 July 2009, Stefanidis moved on loan from Malmö FF to Landskrona BoIS, in exchange for Ivo Pekalski who moved from Landskrona to Malmö. In the Winter 2009, Stefanidis moved back to play for his childhood club IF Brommapojkarna.
In 2009, his company, John Stefanidis Design Ltd, went into liquidation. It owed almost £400,000 but only had assets worth under £46,000. His current company is John Stefanidis Brands Limited.
ZTS: State of Entropy is a 2002 Australian drama film, directed by Stefanos Stefanidis.
In February 2012, Stefanidis joined Akropolis IF in the Division 1 Norra.
Themis Cholevas, Panagiotis Manias, Takis Christoforou, Stelios Arvanitis, Nikos Milas, Mimis Stefanidis,
Dimitrios "Mimis" Stefanidis (, born 1931 in Athens) is a former international professional basketball player from Greece.
On 23 July 2007, it was announced that Stefanidis had signed for Helsingborgs' rivals Malmö FF, a contract starting on 1 January 2008. However, fans of Helsingborgs IF were greatly upset and subsequent harassment and personal persecution led to Stefanidis' changing clubs prematurely, on 2 August 2007. The disappointment came from the fact that Stefanidis refused to sign a new contract with Helsingborg and thereafter switched to the main rivals.
Stefanidis started his football with Panserraikos. He subsequently moved to Iraklis, in 2012, where he started playing for the club's youth team. On 19 August 2014 he signed a professional contract with Iraklis. Stefanidis made his full professional debut for Iraklis in a Greek Cup match against Ethnikos Gazoros. He was released by Iraklis on 10 July 2015.
In this final, Helsingborg were the sharper team and won 2-0, thanks to goals by Luton Shelton and Babis Stefanidis.
Miltiadis "Miltos" Stefanidis (, born 17 December 1995) is a Greek footballer midfielder who is a free agent. He has also played football in the youth ranks of Panserraikos.
Stefanidis was a member of the Panellinios Basketball Club and its famous 1950s era Chrysi Pentada, or "The Golden Five" in English.
Christoforos Stefanidis (alternate spelling: Christophoros) (), born July 28, 1980, is a Greek professional basketball player. He plays for Lavrio of the Greek Basketball League.
Charalambos "Babis" Stefanidis (; born 8 March 1981) is a Greek–Swedish former footballer, and now manager. He is the current manager of the Swedish team Olympiacos Stockholm FC.
Dimitris Stefanidis, Alekos Spanoudakis, Kostas Karamanlis, Panagiotis Manias, Kostas Papadimas, Vasilis Eftaxias, Fedon Mattheou, Themis Cholevas, Aristidis Roubanis, Giannis Spanoudakis, Kostas Mourouzis (Coach: Nikos Nisiotis)
Nestoras Stefanidis (born 13 April 1984 in Kilkis) is a Greek footballer, playing for Agrotikos Asteras in the Greek Football League as a Centre Forward.
John Stefanidis is a British-based, Egyptian-born interior designer. His clients include the Bank of England, Claridges and Rocco Forte's Le Richemond Hotel.
The three finalists were Jasmin Hartley, Sian Redgrave and Suzy Stefanidis. On 15 December 2015, Sian was crowned the best amateur baker.
Stefanidis was born in Alexandria to Greek parents, and raised mostly in Cairo by his grandmother. He came to England to study at Oxford University.