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Bussell

Darcey (Andrea). born 1969, British ballet dancer, principal ballerina with the Royal Ballet from 1989
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Bussell, 48, said she was 'truly humbled' by her honour for services to dance.
2-kilometre realignment of Bussell Highway to the north and west of Vasse included a bridge over the Buayanyup Drain and a new pedestrian underpass.
Most of the shelters were overcrowded or there was a time requirement to be there and we were past that," Bussell said.
Bussell said: "On the outside they don't ever get close to somebody so, of course, they are going to get the wrong idea.
Bussell said: "That is one of the best salsa performances I have seen for a long time.
Strictly Come Dancing judge Darcey Bussell has described her first appearances on the show as terrifying.
Bussell also notes that about six months ago, the South Jacksonville Block location installed custom 90-degree panels.
Bussell and Mary (Osborne) Bussell, a sister Grace (Bussell) Rutter, and a brother Basil (Molly) Bussell.
BARLEY BUSSELL will visit the vet later this week for an assessment of the muscle injury she suffered early in Romford's 925m race on Tuesday, which led to the contest being declared void when the hare was stopped at the penultimate turn, writes Jonathan Hobbs.
There's plenty of Ashton, as expected--Marianela Nunez and Acosta in La Fille Mal Gardee, Leanne Benjamin and Acosta in Voices of Spring, and Bussell and guest artist Roberto Bolle in Sylvia.
Summary: Strictly Come Dancing's Tess Daly and Darcey Bussell pick up the show's NTA.
The laptops feature one panel at the bottom that can be easily removed to replace the fan, hard drive, memory and networking modules, said Sarah Bussell, manager for HP's business notebook product marketing.