Papandreou



Andreas [ahn-drey-uh s] /ɑnˈdreɪ əs/ (Show IPA), (George) 1919–1996, Greek political leader: premier 1981–89 (son of George Papandreou).
George, 1888–1968, Greek statesman: premier 1944, 1963–65.
Contemporary Examples

Regardless of the result, Papandreou seems destined for indefinite—and perhaps permanent—political exile.
Bromance Subplot to Greek Crisis David A. Graham November 4, 2011

Sources had told the BBC that Papandreou will resign after an emergency cabinet meeting today.
Greek Coalition in Crisis November 4, 2011

There are reports that Finance Minister Evangelos Venizelos could replace Papandreou as prime minister.
Greek Coalition in Crisis November 4, 2011

When news of the talks leaked to the press, however, Papandreou abruptly pulled out, spurring a round of bitter recriminations.
Bromance Subplot to Greek Crisis David A. Graham November 4, 2011

But that reaction may have been exactly what Papandreou wanted.
Seven Great Reads on Greece November 3, 2011

Pals since their high-school days at a tony Athens prep school, Samaras and Papandreou formed an unlikely friendship.
Bromance Subplot to Greek Crisis David A. Graham November 4, 2011

Papandreou had called for a vote of confidence to take place Friday after several members of his party defected.
Greek Coalition in Crisis November 4, 2011

The leader of the coup against Papandreou is Antonis Samaras.
Bromance Subplot to Greek Crisis David A. Graham November 4, 2011

Samaras was game, but insisted that Papandreou would have to stand down, to be replaced by a non-partisan interim premier.
Bromance Subplot to Greek Crisis David A. Graham November 4, 2011

noun
Andreas (George) (anˈdrɛas). 1919–96, Greek economist and socialist politician; prime minister (1981–89; 1993–96)

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