[pap-uh-dop-uh-luh s; Greek pah-pah-daw-poo-laws] /ˌpæp əˈdɒp ə ləs; Greek ˌpɑ pɑˈdɔ pu lɔs/

George, 1919–99, Greek military leader and dictator (1967–74).
/ˌpæpəˈdɒpələs; Greek papaˈðɔpulɔs/
Georgios. 1919–99, Greek army officer and statesman; prime minister (1967–73) and president (1973) in Greece’s military government
Tassos Nikolaou.1934–2008, Cypriot politician: president of Cyprus from 2003


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