Ulanova


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Ulanova

(ʊˈlɑːnəvə)
n
(Biography) Galina (Sergeyevna) (ɡəˈliːnə) 1910–98, Russian ballet dancer, who performed with the Leningrad Kirov ballet (1928–44) and the Moscow Bolshoi Ballet (1944–62)

U•la•no•va

(uˈlɑ nə və)

n.
Galina (Sergeyevna), 1910–98, Russian ballerina.
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