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  • La gente si fa nervosa quando, mentre la cantante canta e le ballerine ballano, i tifosi di calcio entrano in campo.

    No Fat Clips!!! : AMANDA PALMER – Leeds United

  • Il video musicale, con le ballerine Whoopee Beaux Belles, è stato diretto da Alex de Campi.

    No Fat Clips!!! : AMANDA PALMER – Leeds United

  • The other ballerine were, of course, less brilliantly attired, but all had rings on their arms, legs, and ankles, fingers, and toes.

    Two Trips to Gorilla Land and the Cataracts of the Congo

  • The negro-dances were exhibited, by _ballerine_ from the opera; and all was in suspense for the appearance of the two stars of the night.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine - Volume 55, No. 343, May 1844

  • It was under her care, between a barber and a ballerine, amid the shamelessness of his stepfather's palace, where any day he could have seen his mother beckon indolently to a centurion and pointing to some lover who had ceased to please, make the gesture which signified Death, that the young Enobarbus -- Nero, as he subsequently called himself -- was trained for the throne.

    Imperial Purple

  • I was charmed with her many reminiscences of well-known characters, and as I had seen her as well as Ellsler and all the great _ballerine_ many times, we had many conferences.

    Memoirs

  • And what Diana Vernon is to a French ballerine dancing the Cancan, the

    Val d'Arno

  • Shoes are included with the ballerine but I'm wearing the Saffron Heels in Black from Lelutka.

    Fashion World of SL

  • I Jigsaw Soul sono: i musicisti Jonah Byrd, Matt Geldof, Joe Che, Stephen Wheeler e Chris Slowey; il cineasta Christopher Piazza; le ballerine Mary Madsen, Carson Reiners, Sarah Dahnke, Stephanie Sutherland.

    No Fat Clips!!! : Jigsaw Soul – Cockroach Hotel

  • _ballerine_, and wore the old-fashioned ballet-skirt with its volumed gauze, -- a coyness which the Englishry had greatly modified, through an exigency of the burlesque, -- perhaps because indecorum seems, like blasphemy and untruth, somehow more graceful and becoming in southern than in northern races.

    Suburban Sketches

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