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  • Ronnie, 62, arrived wearing a dark coat and a fur lined hat with ear flaps and waited for several minutes outside the apartment before Katia - full name Ekaterina - came to meet him, greeting him with a smile and a kiss before they went inside.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • "Ekaterina," said she, at last, "I have heard my sentence, and am to be punished to-morrow.

    The Pacha of Many Tales

  • Things I loved in the form of the written word included: The Alchemy of Stone, by Ekaterina Sedia, a haunting tale told by a metal woman in a fantastical world.

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  • Ekaterina Sedia: "Fungal Gardens" (Apex, September 2009)

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  • The entire ensemble of Gianni Schicchi excelled, but Ekaterina Suirina got the show-stopping "O mio babbino caro," while Francesco Demuro bagged the big tenor solo.

    Triple-Header Makes Excellent Opera

  • The Guardian profiles Vasily Grossman on the occasion of UK publication of his novel Everything Flows, and interviews Grossman's 80-year-old daughter, Ekaterina Korotkova-Grossman.

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  • John Donegan/Associated Press Serena Williams, from the U.S., yells in frustration during her fourth-round match against Russia's Ekaterina Makarova at the Australian Open tennis championship, in Melbourne.

    Asia in Pictures

  • Jason O Serena Williams of the U.S. serving during her fourth-round shellacking by Ekaterina Makarova of Russia.

    Australian Open: Week Two

  • Mattek-Sands beat Ekaterina Makarova 6-4, 2-6, 6-3 in the second match Sunday to keep the U.S. title hopes alive in the best-of-five contest.

    USA tops Russia, advances to Fed Cup final against Italy

  • In fieldwork in the republic, the sociologist Ekaterina Sokirianskaia found a third image competing with these two—surprisingly, one of cosmopolitan harmony and nostalgia for the multicultural 1970s and 1980s.

    The Return


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