Likewise, the costumes and sets, by Richard Hudson, are inspired not by the 1890 Mariinsky production but by the lavish 1921 Leon Bakst
designs for the Ballets Russes.
Using figures from the EPA's database, Daren Bakst
and Katie Tubb observed in the Heritage Foundation's "Daily Signal" that
represented the building owner, Kato International.
New colours were appearing on stage in the sets created by Leon Bakst
Marinetti; former resident of Peggy Guggenheim's palazzo on the Grand Canal; and living mannequin for Paul Poiret, Leon Bakst
, Mariano Fortuny and Erte.
We get phone calls on our hotline from people all over the country dealing with pregnancy and caregiver discrimination issues, and we hope this resource will be the first step in empowering individuals to know their rights," said Dina Bakst
, co-founder of A Better Balance and co-author of BABYGATE: How To Survive Pregnancy and Parenting in the Workplace.
Technology writer Mae Anderson in New York and Associated Press writer Brian Bakst
His first artistic instruction was given in Vitebsk before he spent three years from 1907-10 in Petrograd (St Petersburg), where he studied at the Imperial School for the Protection of the Fine Arts, and later with Leon Bakst
who went on to design sets for the Ballet Russes.
During these years, Burchfield absorbed such diverse influences as Chinese scroll paintings; the works of Hiroshige, Hokusai, and Aubrey Beardsley; and Russian ballet designs by Leon Bakst
To carry out in vitro sperm binding assay, tissues of the UVJ- and infundibular sperm storage region (SSR) were collected from a total of 10 hens following the procedure described by Brillard and Bakst
Jay Worona is the general counsel of the New York State School Boards Association, and Linda Bakst
is the deputy director of policy services of the New York State School Boards Association.
Similarly, androgen production begins on day 8 of incubation in embryos of male Japanese Quail (Coturnix japonica), and androgen concentrations in plasma reach a plateau before hatching (Ottinger and Bakst
1981, Schumacher et al.