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Ulanova

Galina (Sergeyevna) 1910--98, Russian ballet dancer, who performed with the Leningrad Kirov ballet (1928--44) and the Moscow Bolshoi Ballet (1944--62)
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Victory came at a cost for the actor as he needed two MRI scans after his punishing training regime, and he thanked professional ice skater Nina Ulanova for making him tough it out.
Skating champs Robin Cousins and Katarina Witt and fellow judge Louie Spence all gave him 10 following a dazzling Singin' In The Rain routine with partner Nina Ulanova.
Glebko, LI., Krasovskaj, N.P., Strigina, LI., Ulanova, K.P., Denisenko, V.A., Dmitrenok, P.S., 2002.
He is used to performing in front of cameras and audiences, and has now managed to impress the TV judging panel with his skating partner Nina Ulanova and win some of the highest scores of the current series.
The hotel also offers 19 stunning suites, including three Penthouse Suites named after famous Russian ballet dancers Galina Ulanova, Isadora Duncan and Vaslav Nijinsky.