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Lensky

envy of Onegin leads to his death in a duel. [Russ. Opera: Tchaikovsky, Eugene Onegin, Westerman, 395–397]
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36) Others, like Al Lenski, also based at Takhli, hoped that honing professional skills would see them through: "I tried to think that 'I'm the best, I can make it if I do my homework, study the target area and don't take unnecessary chances, accept only good airplanes whose systems are working properly and make good preflights before you climb into the cockpit for the mission'," to which he added, "Once in the hostile area, 'keep it fast, keep it moving and keep your head on a swivel with your eyes open and always keep checking six'.
Alexey Dolgov sings the role of Onegin's friend turned rival Lenski, with Elena Maximova as Tatiana's sister Olga, and tefan Kocan as Prince Gremin.
Tatiana spends her time reading novels and identifies with the heroines within them, while Olga is courted by their neighbour and poet Lenski.
Philippe Castagner's Lenski, on the other hand, was delighted with everything that involved his fiancee, and in acting and singing presented a warm and loving character.
18) Gerhard Lenski, "Status Crystallization: A Non-Vertical Dimension of Social Status," American Sociological Review 19 (1954): 405-13.
One, we try to make the experience of registering your vote on the exit poll as close as we can to registering your vote at the polling place," Joe Lenski, Edison's co-founder and executive vice president (http://www.
Ever since the 2006 midterm elections, the information has been "quarantined" at an "undisclosed location," as Joe Lenski, the co-founder and executive vice president of Edison Research puts it.
5) Segun Lenski (1954), se considera que un individuo es congruente con su estatus cuando las puntuaciones obtenidas en las diferentes dimensiones usadas para medir el estatus, son mas o menos iguales, independiente de que sus rangos sean altos, bajos o esten en una extension media.
De este modo, se escogieron las entrevistas realizadas a aquellos sujetos que, tras la aplicacion de la escala de estratificacion social, mostraban lo que Lenski (1954, 1956) ha denominado <<cristalizacion o congruencia de estatus>> (11).
Biologist Richard Lenski at the University of Michigan, East Lansing, who has charted the long-term evolution of a batch of E.
Like the bands before them, these villages were evidently not subject to government from outside--that is, they enjoyed political autonomy, and that is the sense in which we may term them societies (Nolan & Lenski, 2011).
Instead, the Cit-minus bacteria's extinction was a "random catastrophe," Lenski and colleagues report online July 19 in a paper posted at bioRxiv.