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Rambert

[rahm-bair] /rɑmˈbɛər/
noun
1.
Dame Marie (Cyvia Rambam; Myriam Rambam) 1888–1982, English ballet dancer, producer, and director, born in Poland.
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  • Mme. Rambert put down her needlework and rose and looked at the Danish professor.

    Fantmas Pierre Souvestre
  • Mr. Rambert had no books in his library which were not in perfect condition.

    The Queen of Hearts Wilkie Collins
  • Rambert, Lebert, etc.; and I confess it at once, for fear some one else shall find me out by simply buying the book there.

    A Little Swiss Sojourn W. D. Howells
  • The expedition is less fatiguing if the climber passes the night at the Rambert shelter.

    Switzerland Frank Fox
  • On the subject of the missing number she said nothing, but of Mr. Rambert and his note she spoke with the most sovereign contempt.

    The Queen of Hearts Wilkie Collins
  • Mme. Rambert's earnest tone convinced the attendant in spite of her own instinct.

    Fantmas Pierre Souvestre
  • Berthe tried to get away from her patient, but Mme. Rambert held her back, almost by force.

    Fantmas Pierre Souvestre
British Dictionary definitions for Rambert

Rambert

/ˈrɒmbɛə/
noun
1.
Dame Marie. 1888–1982, British ballet dancer and teacher, born in Poland: founded the Ballet Rambert (1926)
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