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Karamanlis

[ kahr-uh-mahn-lis; Greek kah-rah-mahn-lees ]
/ ˌkɑr əˈmɑn lɪs; Greek ˌkɑ rɑˈmɑn lis /
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noun

Kon·stan·ti·nos [kawn-stahn-dee-naws], /ˌkɔn stɑnˈdi nɔs/, 1907–98, Greek politician: prime minister 1955–63, 1974–80; president 1980–85, 1990–95.

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British Dictionary definitions for Karamanlis

Karamanlis
/ (Greek karamanˈlis) /

noun

Konstantinos (kɔnstanˈtinɔs). 1907–98, Greek statesman; prime minister of Greece (1955–58; 1958–61; 1961–63; 1974–80): president of Greece (1980–85; 1990–95)
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