- n. A transliteration of a male given name used in Greece.
- From Ancient Greek Στυλιανός (Stulianos, "someone firm"), from στῦλος (stulos, "pole"). (Wiktionary)
“It wasn't immediately clear what plans Mr. Haji-Ioannou, who is widely known as Stelios, has for the new airline.”
“When Stelios protested, Ryanair ran more ads proposing to settle the issue by a sumo wrestling match or a foot race, and calling Stelios a "chicken.”
“Granitsas@dowjones.com, Costas Paris at firstname.lastname@example.org and Stelios Bouras at Stelios.”
“Write to Noémie Bisserbe at email@example.com or Stelios Bouras at firstname.lastname@example.org”
“LONDON— EasyJet PLC founder Stelios Haji-Ioannou and his family are set to pocket more than £70 million $108.5 million after the airline raised its profit forecast for the fiscal year and said it would pay shareholders £190 million in dividends.”
“I can't sleep, Stevie Stelios, my son, can't sleep.”
“A former England football mascot who walked into Wembley stadium with David Beckham in 2007, Sebbage, from Tadley, Hampshire, died almost instantly after being knifed by 21-year-old taxi driver Stelios Morfis.”
“It continues to be embroiled in a spat with founder Stelios Haji-Ioannou , who is calling for even higher dividends.”
“LONDON — EasyJet PLC said Monday it has resolved a long-running, two-year brand license dispute with easyGroup IP, which will see the airline keep its "easyJet" name and founder Stelios Haji-Ioannou lose his right to appoint himself to the board.”
“Stelios Haji-Ioannou: airline analysts are sceptical that his Fastjet venture will succeed – or even happen.”
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