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Karsavina

[ kahr-sah-vuh-nuh; Russian kahr-sah-vyi-nuh ]
/ kɑrˈsɑ və nə; Russian kɑrˈsɑ vyɪ nə /
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noun
Ta·ma·ra [tuh-mah-ruh], /təˈmɑ rə/, 1885–1978, Russian dancer.
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How to use Karsavina in a sentence

  • My faithful interpreter, Karsavina, swore to me that she would never relinquish her part as the dancer, which she adored.

    An Autobiography|Igor Stravinsky
  • Parallel to the history of Lida, the life story of Karsavina is presented.

  • Karsavina, terribly affected by this act of despair, leaves Sanine.

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