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Markova

Dame Alicia. real name Lilian Alicia Marks. (1910--2004), English ballerina
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Caption: Markova received a DBE (making her a "Dame") in 1963.
The Markova Noga-German border crossing, in his opinion, has long been on the agenda of Macedonia's foreign policy and relations with Greece.
Dawna Markova PhD is an expert in the fields of learning, perception, and asset focus.
AI tools such as predictive analytics, natural language processing, and generation algorithms, Markova says, "allow us to get smarter not only about content production, but also about making it work more effectively.
lt;BDame Alicia Markova, and, right, her tutu, which has been sold
Dame Alicia Markova, and, right, her famous tutu, which has been sold for PS2,600
Markova [27] demonstrates that "the sociological theory of collective representations developed by E.
We used animation to present it in a form familiar to them,'' said Markova, ''so the story becomes lively for them.
En ese sentido, y una vez mas confluyendo con lo que propone Moscovici (2005), Salgado y Ferreira (2004) definen la subjetividad dialogica incluyendo la intersubjetividad, es decir, acunando la expresion "el otro en el self" de manera muy similar a la relacion Ego/Alter propuesta por Markova (2006a) y mejor trabajada en el desarrollo de este articulo.
According to Dmitry Markova, Ordin was convicted under fraud, but later the court had revised the criminal case.
Dame Alicia Markova (1 December 1910 - 2 December 2004) was an English ballerina and a choreographer, director and teacher of classical ballet.
The lamps were considered to be representative of standard UV nail lamps, said researchers Alina Markova and Martin Weinstock, from Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, the Alpert Medical School of Brown University and the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Providence, R.