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Dolin

Sir Anton, real name Sydney Healey-Kay. 1904--83, British ballet dancer and choreographer: with Alicia Markova he founded (1949) the London Festival Ballet
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The next day, Stewart Dolin, a 57-year-old Chicago lawyer, paced up and down a train platform for several minutes and then threw himself in front of an oncoming train.
3 gin or Sipsmith 3/4 oz Dolin sweet vermouth 3/4 oz Cappelletti aperitivo 2 dashes orange bitters orange peel Mix all the ingredients in a mixing glass.
Although LEDs do not contain mercury or lead, Dolin says they should also be recycled to recover materials like aluminum.
TANDY DOLIN, TAYLOR ROBERGE, ANDREW COLEMAN, KEN MARION, THANE WIBBELS, DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA AT BIRMINGHAM, BIRMINGHAM, AL 35294.
In 1950, Markova co-founded the Festival Ballet, now called English National Ballet, with her partner Anton Dolin.
Credit analyst Tracy Dolin told PC360 the industry's reserve position, on a whole, is "adequate," especially for years 2002-2008.
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Writer Raymond Dolin, who's hitchhiking across to research a was shot by motorist in Dolin, 39, from Virginia, was hospital where injuries were non-life threatening.
Ray Dolin, the man who was writing a book called "Kindness of America" when he said he was shot in a drive-by, confessed to sheriffs that he had shot himself, authorities said on Friday.
Jewish Story and Song - Rabbi Boris Dolin will talk about Chelm, the mythical town of Jewish folklore, at 3 p.
Eric Jay Dolin favorably impressed reviewers with his book Leviathan: The History of Whaling in America (2007).
I'm not aware of any hospital organization or vendor that either hasn't already implemented CCD or has it on their strategic roadmap for implementation sometime in 2011," says Robert Dolin, M.