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Venizelos

[ ve-nee-ze-laws ]
/ ˌvɛ niˈzɛ lɔs /
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noun
E·leu·the·rios [e-lef-the-ryaws], /ˌɛ lɛfˈθɛ ryɔs/, 1864–1936, prime minister of Greece 1910–15, 1917–20, 1928–33.
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Venizélos
/ (Greek vɛniˈzɛlɔs) /

noun
Eleuthérios (ɛˌlɛfθɛˈriɔs). 1864–1936, Greek statesman, who greatly extended Greek territory: prime minister (1910–15; 1917–20; 1924; 1928–32; 1933)
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