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Mitropoulos

[ mi-trop-uh-luhs; Greek mee-traw-poo-laws ]
/ mɪˈtrɒp ə ləs; Greek miˈtrɔ pu lɔs /
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Di·mi·tri [dih-mee-tree; Greek thee-mee-tree], /dɪˈmi tri; Greek ðiˈmi tri/, 1897–1960, Greek symphony orchestra conductor in the U.S.
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