She retired from the Imperial Ballet stage in 1916, and for the next 30-plus years, devoted herself to creating a "science of ballet." Her new, dynamic teaching method produced stars like Rudolf Nureyev, Alla Osipenko
, and Galina Ulanova and later Natalia Makarova and Mikhail Baryshnikov.
According to Osipenko
, in his excellent paper titled "Center Manifolds", Lyapunov , in his dissertation "General Problem on Stability of Motion," was perhaps one of the pioneers in the study of the stability of dynamical systems, creating the foundations of the modern theory of the stability in dynamical systems.
Chernysheva, GA, Smol'yakova, V.L, Osipenko
, A.N., Plotnikov, M.B., 2014.
MF, Livzan MA, Skalinskaia MI, Lialiukova EA.
Maria raskova is among the trio of female aviation pioneers namely valentina Grizodubova and Polina osipenko
who had inspired almost all women pilots.
[7.] Perishable NI, Osipenko
BG, Moskadynova GA (1990) Biochemical mechanisms of toxic action of hydrazine.
The company ballet masters include several previous soloists and prima ballerinas of the Kirov Ballet including the world renowned Alla Osipenko
, who attended the Dorchester luncheon.
Camera (color), Pavel Ignatov; music, Alexei Zubarev; production designer; Ilya Amursky; art director, Yuri Osipenko
; costumes, Alina Budnikova, Lyudmila Ilyutkina: sound (Dolby Digital), Grigory Pilshchik.
, 35, told a startled shopkeeper: "You have burglars, you kill them, bye bye."
The same holds true for the party-state machine, because at least half the new managers of the privatized firms and joint ventures are former middle-level apparatchiki (Osipenko
As a pre-professional student, she studied Cecchetti ballet technique with Raymond Lukens and Franco de Vita (who later directed American Ballet Theatre's Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School), and the Vaganova syllabus with Alia Osipenko
, a former ballerina with the Mariinsky Ballet.