Anna Pavlova


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Russian ballerina (1882-1931)

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It's a meringue-based dessert inspired by and named after Anna Pavlova herself.
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2008: June 6: First ride in Coronation Cup, finishes eighth on Anna Pavlova. June 28: Wins Group Two Chipchase Stakes on Utmost Respect at Newcastle.
If Anna Pavlova lines up in the Princess Of Wales's WBX.com Stakes (3.10), it will mean the rain has continued to fall at Headquarters.
LOCAL BOY Paul Hanagan gained one of the biggest successses of his career when steering Anna Pavlova to victory in the bet365 Lancashire Oaks at Haydock.
Local boy Paul Hanagan gained one of the biggest successes of his career when steering Anna Pavlova to victory in the bet365 Lancashire Oaks at Haydock.
RICHARD Fahey is hoping the ground remains on the soft side at Epsom next week to allow Anna Pavlova a run in the Juddmonte Coronation Cup.
Indeed, it was the first ballet that Anna Pavlova ever saw.
The cash piled on to Galtres Stakes star Anna Pavlova in the EBF Willmott Dixon Harvest Stakes and despite winning well her backers had a few anxious moments.
Anna Pavlova. New York: Atheneum Books for Young Readers (800-323-7445), 2001.
He fell in love with ballet while in college and opted out of graduate studies at Harvard to dance with renowned ballerina Anna Pavlova in Europe.
15-24, the Mariinsky Ballet will head to The Kennedy Center in DC with Fokine's limpid Le Spectre de la Rose (1911), made famous by Nijinsky's ambiguously gendered rose; and The Swan, created by Fokine in 1907 for Nijinsky's sometime partner Anna Pavlova. Nijinsky's own savage 1913 Le Sacre du Printemps, as reconstructed by Millicent Hodson, breaks radically from the wistful romance of his mentor Fokine's work.
Sudoku The Equaliser ANSWERS: 1 Lenin; 2 As plaster of Paris, which is used to support bone fractures; 3 The boll weevil; 4 Anna Pavlova; 5 Frankie Laine; 6 Prunella Scales; 7 The Bahamas; 8 A base for U-boats; 9 Miss Marple; 10 Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
1931 Anna Pavlova, Russian prima ballerina, famous as the Dying Swan, died aged 49 1943 The British captured Tripoli from the Germans.