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Taglioni

(Italian taˈʎoni)
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(Biography) Marie. 1804–84, Italian ballet dancer, whose romantic style greatly influenced ballet in the 19th century
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Marie Taglioni, a dancer, became Comtesse Gilbert des Voisins.
The company made a circle round her and applauded as wildly as if she had been a Noblet or a Taglioni.
Moreover, recent studies, in particular, Taglioni, Winkler (2016), have shown that the possible advantages of foreign direct investment do not appear automatically.
In their report, McKinsey & Company researchers Erwann Michel-Kerjan and Giambattista Taglioni focus on the economic impact the 2017 hurricane season will have on the insurance industry, and the industry's role in this season's and future natural disaster recoveries.
It's hard to place these dishes in any order of preference because they were all simply perfect in taste and, of course, presentation, but the Taglioni pasta dish of Porcini mushrooms and Burrata Fondue was as near to perfection as can be -- and equally as good as the Grigliata di Pesce, a seasonal Mix-grilled Seafood dish with Hanna Potato, always a firm favourite with a Bahraini audience, that followed.
Inventory adjustments and credit supply constraints further exacerbated the drop in final demand during the crisis (see, among others, Bems et al, 2012; and Ferrantino and Taglioni, 2014).
Elsewhere, the Cavalli Club is set to launch a new truffle menu soon, with truffles shaved over risotto, foie gras ganache and taglioni.
The timing of the decline and the rebound of the labour share is consistent with evidence suggesting that the pace of expansion of global value chains associated with China's integration into the world trading system--which may have contributed to labour share declines (IMF, 2017)--slowed in the wake of the global crisis of 2008-09 (Ferrantino and Taglioni, 2014).
Otra cosa habria que decir, en cambio, del Coro del Tfeatro de Bellas Artes, que vuelve a estar a la altura de las circunstancias, bajo la conduccion del invitado Luigi Taglioni, con una opera que no es menos apremiante para el.
To give you an idea of how reasonable the prices for mains were, the taglioni was P395 and the lamb, which I was also considering, was P655.
Marie Taglioni danced en pointe as a nun in the ballet Robert le Diable that year and jumpstarted what became a commonplace technique.
2) The most in-depth criticism of the "Rose garden", where Rose developed his approach, was presented in Baldwin, Di Nino, Fontagne, De Santis and Taglioni (2008).