Definitions

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  • proper n. A transliteration of the Greek male given name Θεοφάνης.

Etymologies

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Romanization of the Greek Θεοφάνης, a male given name used in (modern) Greece.

Examples

  • It is here that you will find the Observatory building, designed by Theofanis Bobotis Architects, making a bold statement through its unique exterior.

    The Observatory Building by Theofanis Bobotis

  • Eventually Theofanis despaired of what he confronted.

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  • Finally, Theofanis told athletic director Bill Sylvester that he would resign.

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  • Sexson was 143-188 in 12 years, a percentage of .432, about the same as Theofanis.

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  • In seven seasons under Theofanis, the Bulldogs were 79-105, a percentage of .429.

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  • George Theofanis, who played for Hinkle and had been a successful coach at Shortridge High School in Indianapolis, succeeded his mentor in 1970.

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  • Theofanis and his son Nick rode with Clinton on his 21st Century Express train during the 1996 re-election campaign.

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  • As the second half wore on the game became stretched and in a dramatic spell Theofanis

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  • Cho Yong-Hyung coped admirably with front two Theofanis Gekas and Angelos Charisteas.

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  • Even more obvious was Lutz Wagner's error in disallowing Theofanis Gekas 'golden goal for Hertha against Dortmund.

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