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Ulanova

[ oo-lah-nuh-vuh ]
/ uˈlɑ nə və /
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noun

Ga·li·na (Ser·ge·yev·na) [guh-lee-nuh sur-gey-uhv-nuh; Russian guh-lyee-nuh syir-gye-yiv-nuh], /gəˈli nə sɜrˈgeɪ əv nə; Russian gʌˈlyi nə syɪrˈgyɛ yɪv nə/, 1910–98, Soviet ballerina.

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British Dictionary definitions for Ulanova

Ulanova
/ (ʊˈlɑːnəvə) /

noun

Galina (Sergeyevna) (ɡəˈliːnə) 1910–98, Russian ballet dancer, who performed with the Leningrad Kirov ballet (1928–44) and the Moscow Bolshoi Ballet (1944–62)
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