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Lifar

[ lyi-fahr ]
/ lyɪˈfɑr /
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noun
Ser·ge [syir-gyey; French serzh], /syɪrˈgyeɪ; French sɛrʒ/, 1905–86, Russian ballet dancer and choreographer, in Paris after 1923.
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British Dictionary definitions for Lifar

Lifar
/ (Russian ljiˈfar) /

noun
Serge (sɛrʒ). 1905–86, Russian ballet dancer and choreographer: ballet master at the Paris Opera Ballet (1932–58). His ballets include Prométhée (1929), Icare (1935), and Phèdre (1950)
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