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Markova

Dame Alicia. real name Lilian Alicia Marks. (1910--2004), English ballerina
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Besides the Markova Noga border crossing, the Greek list of measures is said to include the Bitola-Lerin (Florina) railway, and revising textbooks and maps that, according to Kotzias, reflect Macedonia's irredentism.
Along with name changes have come arriving and departing personnel, Markova among the first to go in 1952.
This is an outrage and Markova must not only be fired, she must be prosecuted for abuse of power," the former counter intelligence boss insisted.
Markova denied all allegations, saying that the democrats are staging a deliberate attack against the state agency.
We have advised Justice Minister Margarita Popova against allowing members of the Supreme Judicial Council to have access to classified information," said Tsveta Markova, head of the Information Security Commission on Thursday.
Some of these dancers' names are Frederic Franklin, Alicia Markova, Maria Tallchief, Raven Wilkinson, and Mia Slavenska; and, miraculously, Goldfine and Geller prod and record their memories for the camera.
Here was one of ballet's great premier danseurs, whose legendary partnership with Alicia Markova earned him a place in dance history.
It was he who smoothed the way for an interview (one of the last) with the notoriously reticent ballerina Dame Alicia Markova, then in her late 80s (see "Transitions," March 2005).
One of the great ballerinas of the 20th century, Dame Alicia Markova died last December just after her 94th birthday.
How many classical dancers actually have ah effect on publicity or box office as once did quite a few, from Alexandra Danilova and Alicia Markova to Alicia Alonso and Nora Kaye, flora Anton Dolin to Andre Eglevsky and Igor Youskevitch?
Distinct and distinguished on this occasion were Alicia Markova, Alicia Alonso, Maria Tallchief, Melissa Hayden, Suzanne Farrell, Frederic Franklin, and Helgi Tomasson (on screen), and (live) Violette Verdy, Allegra Kent, Merrill Ashley, Lourdes Lopez, Jacques d'Amboise, Arthur Mitchell, and Edward Villella.
Pelly counted among his friends John Lanchbery, Sir Frederick Ashton, Dame Margot Fonteyn, Rudolf Nureyev, Carla Fracci, Dame Alicia Markova, and Maina Gielgud.