[ duh val-wah ]
/ də ˈvæl wɑ /
Dame Ni·nette [ni-net] /nɪˈnɛt/, Edris Stannus,1898–2001, British ballet dancer, choreographer, teacher, and director: founder of the Royal Ballet (originally the Sadler's Wells Ballet).
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British Dictionary definitions for de valois
/ (də ˈvælwɑː) /
Dame Ninette (niːˈnɛt). original name Edris Stannus. 1898–2001, British ballet dancer and choreographer, born in Ireland: a founder of the Vic-Wells Ballet Company (1931), which under her direction became the Royal Ballet (1956)
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