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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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Ulanova, "The effects of windthrow on forests at different spatial scales: a review," Forest Ecology and Management, vol.
6) Galina Ulanova, in Harlow Robinson, The Last Impresario: The Life, Times, and Legacy of Sol Hurok (New York: Viking, 1994),376.
The hotel also offers 19 stunning suites, including three Penthouse Suites named after famous Russian ballet dancers Galina Ulanova, Isadora Duncan and Vaslav Nijinsky.
They tread a stage on which in the halcyon days of the Bolshoi in the Soviet Union appeared legends such as ballerinas Maya Plisetskaya and Galina Ulanova and the mythical male dancer Maris Liepa.
We were afraid for Galina Sergeievna Ulanova because the next morning she had to put on a very important rehearsal.
Steven Arnold Age: 36 Job: Actor Best known for: Playing recently deceased Ashley Peacock in Coronation Street Skating partner: Nina Ulanova Celebrity supporters: Coronation Street cast He says: "It's really hard to master, if you're not thinking about your head, you're thinking about your arms or your bum or where your leg should be, but I'm thoroughly enjoying it.
Brown VM, Madden S, Kelly L, Jamieson FB, Tsang RSW, Ulanova M.
After winning the praise of ballet legends, including Galina Ulanova, Marina Semenova and Yuri Grigorovich, he became the youngest person to be named a People's Artist of Russia in 2001.
Returning to the stage after a two-year absence due to injury, Ulyana Lopatkina shows ah uncannily controlled stillness as a dying swan that harks back to the Russian paradigms of Pavlova and Ulanova.