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Skouras

[ skoor-uhs; Greek skoo-rahs ]
/ ˈskʊər əs; Greek ˈsku rɑs /
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Spy·ros (Pa·na·gio·tes) [speer-ohs -pan-uh-yoh-tis; Greek spee-raws -pah-nah-yaw-tees], /ˈspɪər oʊs ˌpæn əˈyoʊ tɪs; Greek ˈspi rɔs ˌpɑ nɑˈyɔ tis/, 1893–1971, U.S. film-studio executive, born in Greece.

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