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Numerology information Kolettis:
- Name Number: 3. Meaning: Communication, Interaction, Friendship, Joy, Lightness, Humor, Art, Positivity, Optimism
Books about Kolettis:
- Surgical and Medical Management of Male Infertility - May 6, 2013 by Marc Goldstein MD and Doctor Peter N. Schlegel MD
- Modern Greece Profile of a Nation: The First 150 Years - May 8, 2009 by D. George Kousoulas
- Modern Greece: A Short History - May 15, 2000 by C M. Woodhouse
- Male Infertility: Problems and Solutions (Current Clinical Urology) - Oct 21, 2010 by Edmund S. Sabanegh Jr.
- Microsurgery for Fertility Specialists: A Practical Text - Sep 18, 2012 by Jay I. Sandlow
- Don Pacifico: The Acceptable Face of Gunboat Diplomacy - Feb 1, 2008 by Derek Taylor
- The Orthodox Church and Independent Greece 1821-1852 - Jul 23, 2009 by Charles A. Frazee
- The 1896 Olympic Games: Results for All Competitors in All Events, With Commentary (History of the Early Olympic... - May 13, 2009 by Bill Mallon and Ture Widlund
- Earthquake Protection of Historical Buildings by Reversible Mixed Technologies. Seismic protection of historical... - Oct 2, 2012 by Federico M. Mazzolani
Wiki information Kolettis:
- Ioannis Kolettis
- Person, Politician, Deceased Person
Ioannis Kolettis was a Greek politician who played a significant role in Greek affairs from the Greek War of Independence through the early years of the Greek Kingdom, including as Minister to France and serving twice as Prime Minister.
- Georgios Kolettis
- Athlete, Cyclist, Olympic athlete, Person, Measured person
Georgios Kolettis was a Greek cyclist. He competed at the 1896 Summer Olympics in Athens winning a silver medal.
- Ioannis Kolettis
- Image, Content
- French Party
- Organization, Employer, Political party
The French Party, presenting itself as the Constitutional Party, was one of the three informal Early Greek Parties that dominated the early political history of Modern Greece, the other two being the Russian and the English Party.
- Greek legislative election, 1847
Parliamentary elections were held in Greece in June 1847. Supporters of Ioannis Kolettis won a majority of the 127 seats. However, he remained Prime Minister only until his death 17 September, after which Kitsos Tzavelas assumed office.
- Greek legislative election, 1844
Parliamentary elections were held in Greece between June and August 1844. Supporters of Andreas Metaxas emerged as the largest block in Parliament. However, Ioannis Kolettis became Prime Minister on 18 August.