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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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Nonetheless, Dolin said, "the theme of the hero's homosexuality is still central in the film."
Nonetheless, Dolin said, 'the theme of the hero's homosexuality is still central in the film.'
When asked about her partnership with Anton Dolin, Alicia Markova (a Ballets Russes star in her time) said tartly: "Well, it would have been nicer if Mr Dolin had worn a little more deodorant!" And as for the ballerina who required sex before she could soar up in Swan Lake, well, you'll find a mention of that here too.
Made with Dolin Blanc and chamomile, Hoover describes the drink as a "blonde Manhattan." The saline "helped bring out the vegetal notes of the gin," she notes.
The last dinner Wendy Dolin had with her husband, Stewart, he was so agitated that he was jiggling his leg under the table and could barely sit still.
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In 1935, Dame Alicia and Anton Dolin formed their own touring company and began performing around the world, including America.
The delicate floral notes of the Dolin sweet vermouth balance out the hint of bitterness, citrus peel, and herbs of the Cappelletti aperitivo leading to a new classic for the ages.
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Sir Anton Dolin (1904-1983) was a leading figure in which of the performing arts?
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