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Martine Andraos (: مارتين أندراوس) (born 11 August 1990 in , , ) was 2009.
Early life and education
Born in a family, she completed her high school studies at the . In 2008, after obtaining her French and Lebanese bacaleaureat she enrolled in her Business Administration studies at the Lebanese American University. She graduated with a BS in in 2011. She is currently pursuing an MA degree in and at the .
Martine competed in the Miss Lebanon competition. She was crowned Miss Lebanon on June 26, 2009 in a broadcast held LIVE in Beirut, Lebanon on .Martine represented Lebanon in which took place on , on August 23, 2009. She also represented Lebanon in the pageant that took place in South Africa where she was noted for her outstanding poise, and elegance but again failed to make it as a semi-finalist.
- Yahoo! News Photos (June 26, 2009). Lebanon. Retrieved June 27, 2009.
- Miss Lebanon 2009 - Martine Andraos. Adma, Lebanon: LBC PAC. Retrieved 2009-07-11. In December 2009, she was elected out of 400 nominees as Miss Pretty Woman 2009.
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Martine Andraos ( Arabic : مارتين أندراوس) (born 11 August 1990 in Kfaraakka , Koura district , Lebanon ) was Miss Lebanon 2009. Early life and education Born in a Lebanese Eastern Orthodox Christian family, she completed her high school studies at the Lycee Franco-Libanais . In 2008, after obtaining her French and Lebanese bacaleaureat she enrolled in her Business Administration studies at the Lebanese American University. She graduated with a BS in Marketing in 2011. She is currently pursuing an MA degree in Political Science and International Affairs at the Lebanese American University . Miss Lebanon Martine competed in the Miss Lebanon competition. She was crowned Miss Lebanon on June 26, 2009 in a broadcast held LIVE in Beirut, Lebanon on LBC . Martine represented Lebanon in Miss Universe 2009 which took place on Nassau , Bahamas on August 23, 2009. She also represented Lebanon in the Miss World 2009 pageant that took place in South Africa where she was noted for her outstanding poise, and elegance but
Andraos is an Arabic surname . It is commonly found in Lebanon in the villages of Jaj and Kousba . People bearing it include: Fady Andraos Martine Andraos Andraos is an Arabic surname . It is commonly found in Lebanon in the villages of Jaj and Kousba . People bearing it include: Fady Andraos Martine Andraos
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List of Lebanese people
This is a list of notable individuals born and residing mainly in Lebanon . Lebanese expatriates residing overseas and possessing Lebanese citizenship are also included. For people of Lebanese descent , see List of Lebanese people (Diaspora) . Activist Lydia Canaan - activist, advocate, public speaker, and United Nations delegate Jill Kelley - advocate, socialite, and former diplomat Arts and entertainment Beauty pageant contestants Martine Andraos - Miss Lebanon 2009 Dina Azar - Miss Lebanon 1995 Rina Chibany - Miss Lebanon 2012 Rima Fakih - Miss USA 2010 Sonia Fares - Miss Lebanon 1969 Nadine Wilson Njeim - Miss Lebanon 2007 Nadine Nassib Njeim - Miss Lebanon 2004 Gabrielle Bou Rached - Miss Lebanon 2005 Georgina Rizk - Miss Lebanon 1970/Miss Universe 1971 Christina Sawaya - Miss Lebanon 2001/Miss International 2002 Rosarita Tawil - Miss Lebanon 2008 Fashion designers Georges Chakra - fashion designer Nicolas Jebran - fashion designer Rabih Kayrouz - fashion designer Zuhair Murad - fashion designer Elie Saa
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