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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «PAVLOVA» OVER TIME
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Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about pavlova
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PAVLOVA»
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Dance of the Swan: A Story about Anna Pavlova
Profiles the Russian dancer who worked hard to realize her dream of becoming a ballerina, and describes how her grace changed the style of ballet and encouraged children to become ballerinas.
Barbara Allman, 2001
Pavlova Paradise Revisited
A follow up to Mitchell’s first book, THE HALF-GALLON QUARTER-ACRE PAVLOVA PARADISE, this witty, satirical description of life in 1980s New Zealand charts changes in Kiwi culture.
Austin Mitchell, 2013
Essays on Karolina Pavlova
The essays in this volume, by scholars in the U.S., Russia, and Germany, range widely not only over Pavlova's oeuvre but also in their analytical stances.
Susanne Fusso, Alexander Lehrman, 2001
Nijinsky, Pavlova, Duncan: Three Lives in Dance
These books are companions to the art of Nijinsky, Pavlova, and Duncan, providing insights that are essential for a complete picture of the dancers’ achievements.Nijinsky:The six appreciations collected here illuminate Nijinsky’s genius ...
Paul David Magriel, 1946
Following on from Scones, Pavlova is the second book in the baking series from New Zealand chef and food writer Genevieve Knights.
Genevieve Knights, 2011
Pavlova and Nijinsky Paper Dolls in Full Color
Pavlova...Nijinsky...the Russian dance virtuosi who created the ballet superstar.
Tom Tierney, 1981
I Dreamed I Was a Ballerina
The story of a girl's first trip to the ballet and the dreams it inspired, leading her to become a legendary ballerina.
Anna Pavlova, 2001
If There Is Something to Desire: One Hundred Poems
A volume of works by the award-winning Russian poet explores a theme of love as experienced as a family member, romantic partner and within the boundaries of physical intimacy, in a translation that is comprised of brief pieces that use ...
Vera Pavlova, 2012
Discusses the prima ballerina's technique, roles, and travels and the responses she received from audiences and critics throughout the world, including many portraits and photographs
Valerīan Svi͡etlov, 1974
Anna Pavlova: Twentieth Century Ballerina
Anna Pavlova formed her own dance company in 1912 and based herself in London at Ivy House, Hampstead This book celebrates the centenary of Anna Pavlova's residency at Ivy House, Hampstead, which became her home base from 1912 until her ...
Jane Pritchard, Caroline Hamilton, 2013
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «PAVLOVA»
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Masterchef recap: culinary dream pops for one of three finalists
... we know that Heston Blumenthal is going to show up to ask Billie and Georgia to make a gold-plated asparagus pavlova, or a hamburger that ... «Sydney Morning Herald, Jul 15»
Lil Buck and Michelle Dorrance Dance Enliven Lincoln Center Out of …
It's said that Anna Pavlova, the most legendary exponent of the ballet version of this solo, never did it the same way twice; I'd guess from the few ... «New York Times, Jul 15»
Would you like some Bublé with your meal?: dinner party winners …
Cheesecake was named most popular pudding, pipping Pavlova and profiteroles. Four in 10 said board games should remain in the cupboard, ... «Western Morning News, Jul 15»
How to host the perfect dinner party
Cheesecake was named most popular pudding, pipping Pavlova and profiteroles. Four in ten said board games should remain in the cupboard ... «Bath Chronicle, Jul 15»
Metro getting mobile coverage
The stations IP Pavlova and Muzeum were also the first to get mobile coverage in 1998. Complete coverage of the metro system will likely take ... «Prague Post, Jul 15»
Try a pavlova or a macaroon selection
They say ice cream is happiness condensed and we could not agree more. Especially, when you are presented with edible dessert creations ... «Daily News & Analysis, Jul 15»
Melbourne's café culture
There is some debate over its origins because like the Pavlova (meringue dessert named after Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova) and ... «Forbes India, Jul 15»
Bulgaria's Ruse Becomes Home to New Multi-Purpose Arena
The opening was attended by Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov, Regional Minister Lilyana Pavlova and the sports ministers of Bulgaria ... «Novinite.com, Jul 15»
Radio history on show at South Canterbury Museum
South Canterbury Museum director Philip Howe eyes a pavlova-themed radio which features in a travelling exhibition of the history of radio in ... «Timaru Herald, Jul 15»
Is it your turn to cook tonight? Check out our recipe for Strawberry …
Is it your turn to cook tonight? Check out our recipe for Strawberry, Rose Petal & Pistachio Pavlova. By Leek Post and Times | Posted: July 23, ... «Leek Post & Times, Jul 15»
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