Duse


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Italian actress best known for her performances in tragic roles (1858-1924)

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Duse, by John Neumeier for Hamburg Ballet, will premiere at Hamburg State Opera, Dec.
Duse read the novel as D'Annunzio was writing it and had clear warning of the wounds it would inflict.
Impeccably bred, the juvenile is related to Eleanora Duse and Scottish Stage and hails from one of Ballymacoll Stud's famous families.
The Sir Michael Stoutetrained Centred, a half-sister to Group 2 winner, Eleonora Duse, finished third on her debut at Kempton behind stablemateLoveMagicand the80-ratedHeadingNorth.
Being a half-brother to Group Two winner Eleonora Duse, one might confidently anticipate a step up to middle distances being the making of him.
The museum has two other Sickert paintings - Camden Town Portrait and another Venetian view Palazzo Eleonora Duse.
Stoute has won four of the last five renewals of the Qatar Bloodstock Dahlia Stakes, but Eleanora Duse could be there to be shot at with a 5lb penalty.
7 m3 / h, on a duse of 32/64 " and a head pressure of 3500 psi, Sonatrach said in a statement.
That trip over nine furlongs is on the sharp side for Pat Flynn's six-year-old, who had also gone under by the narrowest margin to Eleanora Duse in the Group 2 Blandford Stakes on her previous start.
The drop back in trip will be in her favour and she makes plenty of appeal ahead of Eleanora Duse and Alsace Lorraine.
There was a further two back to Sir Michael Stoute's Eleanora Duse.
Sir Michael Stoute, who won four out of five renewals from 2000-2004 (Petrushka, Islington twice and Quiff) runs the improving Eleanora Duse, while David Lanigan is responsible for Epsom Oaks runner-up Meeznah, who will be ridden by Kieren Fallon.
This year's Oaks winner Snow Fairy and the runnerup Meeznah are both in contention, while Barshiba, Flying Cloud, Irish raider Profound Beauty, Eleanora Duse and Hibaayeb are all possibles.
4) Her role was written specifically for the great actresses who dominated European theater in the last decade of the nineteenth century, first brought to the stage by Sarah Bernhardt in the French production and then by Eleonora Duse in the original Italian production.
In their over two-hour quarter-final tie against Togo, which was played during the evening session, Buhijji put Bahrain ahead with a 11-9, 7-11, 11-7, 11-7 win over Maurice Duse.