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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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Taglioni; and all the while (as Sillerton Jackson was the first to proclaim) there had never been a breath on her reputation; the only respect, he always added, in which she differed from the earlier Catherine.
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. Everybody was in ecstacy; and Becky too, you may be sure.
It contains a ribbon worn by Marie Taglioni in La Sylphide, the 1832 ballet that marked the advent of pointe work as an artistically defining characteristic of ballet.
* Casa da Musica: Housed in Casa da Musica, this restaurant, this restaurant is known for its exotic starters like mackerel marinated in ginger sago and rocket ice cream and main courses like shrimp taglioni with spinach and cherry tomato.
Each table will then be served the four main courses which include a baked-green taglioni with veal ham, grilled lamb chops, veal piccatine al limone and aubergines alla Parmigiana.
Synopsis: When Ducati's great engineer Fabio Taglioni designed the 750 Ducati in 1970 there was no way he could comprehend how important this model would be.
Contributions include older strands of work focusing on benefits to countries that initiate offshoring (Feenstra and Hanson, 1996; Egger and Egger, 2006; Daveri and Jona-Lasinio, 2008; Amiti and Wei, 2009; Winkler, 2010), but also recent efforts that analyze the impact of vertical specialization on countries participating in GVCs (Formai and Vergara Caffarelli, 2016, Kummritz, 2016, Taglioni and Winkler, 2016; Constantinescu et al., 2017).
Among pink inspired dishes are Scallops on Pink Taglioni, Tender Pink Lamb Loin in Herb Crust, Velvet Pink Salmon in Cream Soup, and Lobster Pomelo Salad.
This tradition started in the early 19th century, when ballerina Marie Taglioni inspired bombardments of roses.
1600) 1808 Paul "the Great" Taglioni, Austrian ballet choreographer (d.
Another insurance firm has used robots to reduce excess routine procedures affecting 2,500 high-risk accounts per day, thus freeing up 81% of full-time employees to take on proactive account-management tasks instead (Federico Berruti, Graeme Nixon, Giambattista Taglioni, and Rob Whiteman, "Intelligent Process Automation: The Engine at the Core of the Next-Generation Operating Model," McKinsey & Company, March 2017, https://mck.co/2D4x3y8).