Melina Mercouri

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Noun1.Melina Mercouri - Greek film actress (1925-1994)
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Yannis Kalavrianos directs NTNG's summer production, Iphigenia in Aulis by Euripides, in a new translation by Pantelis Boukalas and with Anthi Efstratiadou, the 2016 recipient of the Melina Mercouri theatre award, in the role of Iphigenia.
Topkapi (RTE 2, 1.35pm - 3.50pm) Comedy, starring Melina Mercouri and Peter Ustinov.
IN JULES DASSINS 1960 COMEDY NEVER ON Sunday Melina Mercouri's Piraeus demimondaine weeps at the awful denouement of "Medea," but cheers up when the actors take their curtain call.
Since the project began in 1985, dreamed up by that illustrious pair of cultural heavies, Melina Mercouri from Greece and Jack Lang from France, more than 50 cities have been chosen for the accolade, frequently smaller towns of marked character and regional distinctiveness.
KARACHI: Arshad Afridi, then a young diplomat at the Pakistani Embassy in Athens, poses with his guest, the prominent Greek actress and parliamentarian Melina Mercouri. The photograph was taken in 1980.
It was personified in the most charming manner by then-Greek Minister for Culture Melina Mercouri, whom I had the great honor of meeting and talking with near Athens.
While many Palestinian communities attempt to halt construction on the wall through peaceful demonstrations, such as in the infamous Bil'in Battir received the Melina Mercouri International UNESCO Prize for preserving and protecting the natural landscape and landscape terraces.
The European panel in charge of monitoring preparations by the 2014 European capitals of culture, Riga (Latvia) and Umea (Sweden), recommended, on 7 June, that the European Commission should award them the Melina Mercouri Prize in recognition of the quality of their preparations.
Para muchos es igualmente dificil aceptar que Melina, una cancion de Camilo Sesto (1946) que enaltece a Melina Mercouri (1920-1994), la actriz griega ganadora de premio en el Festival de Cannes en 1960, y una luchadora incansable contra la junta militar que goberno a su pais entre 1967 y 1974, represente un gesto de protesta, cuando suena noche tras noche en los retrobares, gritada por los adolescentes de hoy que quieren revivir los exitos del pasado.
Earlier this year, the UNESCO gave Battir the Melina Mercouri International Prize for the Safeguarding and Management of Cultural Landscapes.
La Scala is one of the world's most famous Quiz of the Day ANSWERS: 1 Melina Mercouri; 2 Antiseptics; 3 Milan; 4 South African; 5 Sergei Diaghilev; 6 Badminton; 7 Fear of nakedness; 8 John Philip Sousa; 9 Marshal Petain; 10 The Last Emperor.