Dolin


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Dolin

(ˈdəʊlɪn)
n
(Biography) Sir Anton, real name Sydney Healey-Kay. 1904–83, British ballet dancer and choreographer: with Alicia Markova he founded (1949) the London Festival Ballet
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Its less the money itself, even though it was a really large amount, it was those provisions, Dolin said.
BOSTON, MA: Financial advisors Michael McGuire, LUTCF, Jacob Millen, and Jonathan Dolin have formed an independent financial advisory firm, Valor Wealth Management, and affiliated their practice with Signator Investors, Inc.
The last dinner Wendy Dolin had with her husband, Stewart, he was so agitated that he was jiggling his leg under the table and could barely sit still.
Edited by Tim Dolin, Jo Jones, and Patricia Dowsett
Lighthouses are among the most beloved and romanticised structures in the American landscape,' Erci Jay Dolin writes.
Then we add honey syrup and Dolin Genepy to amplify the sweet and herbal notes.
In 1935, Dame Alicia and Anton Dolin formed their own touring company and began performing around the world, including America.
The delicate floral notes of the Dolin sweet vermouth balance out the hint of bitterness, citrus peel, and herbs of the Cappelletti aperitivo leading to a new classic for the ages.
Sir Anton Dolin (1904-1983) was a leading figure in which of the performing arts?
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The lighting industry has aggressively reduced the amount of mercury in these lamps over the last few decades--by up to 92%;" says Jennifer Dolin, manager of sustainability and environmental affairs at OSRAM SYLVANIA in Danvers, MA.
Author and pattern designer Dolin Bliss O'Shea pays homage to this deceptively simple garment In Famous Frocks: The Little Black Dress by taking a fun and fascinating journey through fashion history.