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Ka·ra·man·lis

 (kä′rə-män′lĭs, -rä-män′lēs), Konstantinos 1907-1998.
Greek politician who served as prime minister (1955-1963 and 1974-1980) and president (1980-1985 and 1990-1995).

Karamanlis

(Greek karamanˈlis)
n
(Biography) Konstantinos (kɔnstanˈtinɔs). 1907–98, Greek statesman; prime minister of Greece (1955–58; 1958–61; 1961–63; 1974–80): president of Greece (1980–85; 1990–95)
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The main characters in this endeavor were President Jefferson, Consul General Tobias Lear, soldier/diplomat/adventurer William Eaton, second in command Presley OAEBannon, and the rule of Tripoli Yusuf Karamanli.
Eaton's improbable success in 1805 made him a national hero, but he died six years later, a bitter alcoholic, angry that his country had abandoned Hamet Karamanli and negotiated a peaceful settlement with the Bashaw, allowing him to continue ruling.
Karamanli H, Ozol D, Ugur KS, Yildirim Z, Armutcu F, Bozkurt B, et al.
Hasapis explains that "we start at 1,335 metres, at Doxa si o Theos, walk down to 1,150 metres, at Moutti tis Horas, and then we climb to 1,260 metres, at Selladi Karamanli, and we will follow the same path back.
The hotel at Haiy Al Abrajj , Al Teejani Street in the Libyan capital is conveniently located at the corniche overlooking the Mediterranean Sea with easy access to the city's main attractions, that is, - the Assaraya al-Hamra, the Medina, Ottoman classical statues and fountains, the Gurgi and Karamanli Mosques, the Arch of Marcus Aurelius, the Bazr and local markets and souks, the Libyan National Museum Jamahiriya Museum.
Navy's campaign against Yusuf Karamanli of Tripoli, who declared war on America in 1801.
Yet, according to an information report penned by French MP Marietta Karamanli, very few member states are in favour of the proposal.
With only eight marines, a Navy midshipman, and 100 mercenaries, Eaton left Alexandria, Egypt, to restore Hamet Karamanli to the throne of Tripoli and overthrow his usurper brother.
En 1711, el jenizaro Ahmed Karamanli tomo el poder en Tripoli y fundo una dinastia de beys casi independientes que gobernaria hasta 1835.
Until the Karamanli dynasty took power in Tripoli in 1711, no independent Islamic polity ruled from Libya.
The timing was fortuitous, for the ink was hardly dry on the legislation before Yusuf Karamanli, the Pasha (or Bashaw) of Tripoli, demanded $225,000 from the new administration.
Kondogeorgis, He Hellada stin Europi: He Poreia pros tin Henosi kai he Politiki tou Karamanli [Greece in Europe: The Course to the Union and the Policy of Karamanlis], Athens, 1985.