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  • Terzoglou was born on [[February 2]], [[1979]]. She is an athlete of Olympiakos, coached by Dimitris Michelarakis. [[Category:1979 births|Terzoglou, Irene]]
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  • Kante was born on [[July 6]], [[1979]] in Stasbourg, France. He played for Strasbourg, Istres, Valence and Nice [[Category:1979 births|Kante, Cedric]]
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  • ...ving a part in three [[Alpha Ethniki]] championship seasons. Late in the [[1979]] season, he transferred to [[Olympiakos FC|Olympiakos]] with whom he close [[Category:1950 births|Theodoridis, Stefanos]]
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  • Gousis was born on [[July 7]], [[1979]] in [[Agios Matthaios]], [[Kerkyra]]. He belongs to Olympiakos and trains [[Category:1979 births|Gousis, Tasos]]
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  • *[[1979]]: PM [[Constantine Karamanlis]] visits the PR of China. ==Births==
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  • *[[1979]]: The Greek government announces measures to save the [[Parthenon]] and ot *[[1979]]: [[Odysseus Elytis]] wins the Nobel prize for literature.
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  • Pentzaropoulos died of cancer on [[March 29]], [[1979]]. [[Category:1927 births|Pentzaropoulos, Nikos]]
    984 bytes (134 words) - 13:18, March 12, 2009
  • * [[Pierikos FC|Pierikos]]: [[1976]] - [[1979]] * [[Iraklis FC|Iraklis]]: [[1979]] - [[1987]]
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  • '''Pablo Coira''' (born in [[October 10]], [[1979]] in Pontevedra, Spain) is a right back/defender, who played for [[Aris FC| [[Category:1979 births|Coira, Pablo]]
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  • *[[1979]]: An earthquake strikes [[Thesprotia]] leaving 7,000 people homeless. ==Births==
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  • Iakovakis was born on [[March 24]], [[1979]] in [[Patra]]. On [[May 6]], [[2006]], in Osaka Japan, he became the first [[Category:1979 births|Iakovakis, Periklis]]
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  • '''Costas Tsartsaris''' (born [[October 17]], [[1979]] in [[Veria]], [[Macedonia]], [[Greece]]), is a [[Greeks|Greek]] professio [[Category:1979 births|Tsartsaris, Kostas]]
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  • ...[1971]]-[[1973]]), Fribourg ([[1973]]/[[1974|74]]) and Bregenz ([[1974]]-[[1979]]). During his career, he was capped 14 times by Austria. He coached: Bregenz (1974-1979), Rapid Vienna ([[1979]]-[[1982]]), Las Palmas ([[1982]]/[[1983|83]]), [[PAOK FC|PAOK]] ([[1984]]-
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  • He died in [[Kallithea]], on [[October 23]], [[1979]], of a heart attack. [[Category:1919 births|Tsaousakis, Prodromos]]
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  • ...d professional in [[Greece]]. Over all, he was chairman of the club from [[1979]] until [[1985]], [[1986]] until December [[1987]] and [[1992]] - [[1993]]. [[Category:1927 births|Daifas, Stavros]]
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  • Saja was born on [[June 5]], [[1979]] in La Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina. From [[2000]] till [[2008]], he was [[Category:1979 births|Saja, Sebastian]]
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  • * [[Panionios FC|Panionios]]: [[1979]] - [[1981]] As a player, Pathiakakis won the Greek Cup with Panionios in 1979 as he scored 3 goals against [[Olympiakos FC|Olympiakos]] in the 2-game sem
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  • *[[1979]]: Bank employees strike across Greece. ==Births==
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  • ...urch of Greece, from 1968 to 1979 Metropolitan Bishop of Ethiopia and from 1979 to 1988 Archbishop of Thyateira and Great Britain. [[Category:1925 births]]
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  • Nikolaidis was born on [[October 17]], [[1979]], in [[Thessaloniki]], the son of another tae kwon do athlete. He studied [[Category:1979 births|Nikolaidis, Alexandros]]
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