- 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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Venizelos was the first party leader to react to the result.Greek Election Deepens Political Chaos and Prospect of Default
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Venizelos has said elections could be held once the bailout was secured.Greek Coalition in Crisis
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The fall of Venizelos was, naturally, a heavy blow to the Allies.
Venizelos was invited to Athens with the results known to all the world.England and Germany
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From 1910 to 1920 the life of Venizelos is synonymous with that of his country.Life of Elie Metchnikoff, 1845-1916
How Venizelos came so prominently into the game is not without interest.With the French in France and Salonika
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Venizelos is said to have mooted it to Mr. James Bourchier in May 1911.The Development of the European Nations, 1870-1914 (5th ed.)
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- Eleuthérios (ɛˌlɛfθɛˈriɔs). 1864–1936, Greek statesman, who greatly extended Greek territory: prime minister (1910–15; 1917–20; 1924; 1928–32; 1933)