American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Alonso, Alicia Born c. 1921. Cuban ballerina and choreographer best known for her performances in Giselle and Agnes De Mille's Fall River Legend.
- n. Cuban dancer and choreographer (born in 1921)
“Its general director, Laura Alonso, is the daughter of Alicia and Fernando Alonso, who were instrumental in establishing a Cuban style of ballet and in founding the National Ballet of Cuba.”
“Linebacker Kiko Alonso is suspended for the season because of a DUI arrest.”
“Alonso is scheduled to be deported to Peru on September 25.”
“Alonso is an honor student, not a terrorist Azmat.”
“Unlike the thousands of fresh college graduates who are busy seeking employment though, Alonso is protesting for his right to remain in the U.S.”
“Jorge-Alonso is the fourth of a group of courageous unauthorized migrant youth who have led campaigns to stop their own deportations.”
“MALAGA SUBSTITUTION: Diego Martin Alonso for Patricio Carvalho Pacheco Edgar in the 57th minute”
“MALAGA SUBSTITUTION: Diego Martin Alonso for Carlos Manuel de Oliveira Litos in the 79th minute”
“MALAGA SUBSTITUTION: Manuel Canabal for Diego Martin Alonso in the 46th minute”
“RACING SANTANDR SUBSTITUTION: Mario Regueiro for Diego Martin Alonso in the 63rd minute”
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