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  Ivan IV of Russia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Ivan IV (Ivan Vasilyevich) (August 25, 1530–March 18, 1584) was the first ruler of Russia to assume the title of tsar.
Ivan came to the throne at age three and was crowned tsar at age sixteen on January 16 1547.
When Ivan's tomb was opened during renovations in the 1960s his remains were examined and discovered to contain very high amounts of mercury, indicating a high probability that he was poisoned, modern suspicion falling on his advisors Bogdan Belsky and Boris Godunov (the latter of whom himself became tsar in 1598).
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 Ivan Novikoff - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ivan Novikoff (August 26, 1899 - March 20, 2002) was a ballet master.
He founded the Novikoff School of Russian-American Ballet in the early 1950s and received the Governor's Heritage Award (of the state of Washington) in 1989.
Novikoff followed in the footsteps of another preeminent ballet teacher Dame Ninette de Valois, founder of the Royal Ballet of London.
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 Ivan Novikoff -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Ivan Novikoff (August 26, 1899 - March 20, 2002) was a (A theatrical representation of a story performed to music by ballet dancers) ballet master.
He founded the Novikoff School of Russian-American Ballet in the early (The decade from 1950 to 1959) 1950s and received the Governor's Heritage Award (of the state of (A state in northwestern United States on the Pacific) Washington) in 1989.
Novikoff followed in the footsteps of another preeminent ballet teacher Dame (Click link for more info and facts about Ninette de Valois) Ninette de Valois, founder of the Royal Ballet of London.
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 Ivan Mihailov - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Ivan Mihailov   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Ivan Mihailov (bulg.: Иван Михайлов), also known as Vanche Mihailov (bulg.: Ванче Михайлов), (August 26, 1896, Novo Selo, present-day Republic of Macedonia – September 5, 1990, Rome, Italy) was a Bulgarian revolutionary, leader of the Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization after 1924.
Mihailov studied at the Bulgarian Secondary School "St. Cyril and Methodius" in Thessaloniki until the Second Balkan War when the school was closed by the new Greek administration and he was forced to continue his studies at a Serbian school in Skopje.
In later statements, she says that she killed Todor Panica, because of his transformation from a macedonian revolutionary into a bulgarian policeman (or in other words, he served Bulgaria).
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 ivan novikoff
Ivan F. Novikoff of Seattle was born in Kazan, Russia in 1889.
Trained in ballet at the Russian Imperial Ballet School, precursor to the Bolshoi, he escaped Russia and went to China in 1917, eventually arriving in Seattle in 1923 where he founded the Novikoff School of Russian-American Ballet.
Novikoff also taught ethnic folk dance and classical Greek dance in many venues, including schools, churches, and military establishments.
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 Your True Hero - View Hero   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Ivan taught his students the importance of discipline, respect, pride and character.
Right before the turn of the century, Ivan Novikoff was born in Kazan, a town along the Volga River, in Russia during 1899.
Ivan Novikoff shares his talent for the benefits gained from others and for himself, not for the monetary profit.
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 Ivan Mikhailovich Viskovatyi - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Ivan Mikhailovich Viskovatyi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Ivan Mikhailovich Viskovatyi - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Ivan Mikhailovich Viskovatyi.
Ivan Viskovatiy rose to the rank of diak in 1549 during the times of Ivan the Terrible's intensive organizational activities.
When Ivan the Terrible became seriously ill in 1553, Viskovatiy was the first one to propose to the tsar to choose a successor.
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 Ivan Goncharov   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Ivan Alexandrovich Goncharov (June 18, 1812 - September 15, 1891) was a Russia n novelist best known as the author of Oblomov (1859).
In 1847, Goncharov's first novel, A Common Story, was published; it dealt with the conflicts between the decadent Russian nobility and the rising merchant class.
It was followed by Ivan Savvich Podzhabrin (1848), a naturalist psychological sketch.
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Novikoff, who died March 20 of pneumonia, traveled by bus around the northwestern United States to teach dance until after he turned 97, when he abandoned his rounds to care for his ill wife, Beuhal Kirberger Novikoff.
Born in Kazan, Russia, Novikoff studied at the Imperial Ballet School along with Vaslav Nijinsky and Anna Pavlova.
Beside his daughter, Novikoff is survived by a sister, Tanya Weise, and two grandchildren.
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 List of Russians - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ivan Nikolaevich Kramskoi, (1837-1887), painter and the art critic
Ivan Fedorovich Kruzenshtern, the first Russian to circumnavigate the world
Ivan Panfilov (1893-1941), WWII general and Hero of the Soviet Union
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Ivan Alekseyevich Bunin (1870 - 1953), primo Russo a vincere il Nobel
Ivan Novikoff (1899 - 2002), maestro di balletto
Ivan IV di Russia, (1530 - 1584), zar
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 List of Russians - Simple English Wikipedia
Peter I (1672-1725), "Peter the Great"; joint ruler with Ivan V
Ivan Kozhedub (1920-1991), WWII fighter pilot, thrice Hero of the Soviet Union
Sigismund Levanevsky (1902-1937), aircraft pilot, among the first to receive the title of Hero of the Soviet Union
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 IVAN   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
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Find graves of people named IVAN at Find-a-Grave.com (or add one that you know).
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 List of Russians   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Ivan IV of Russia, "Ivan the Terrible", (1530 - 1584)
Igor Dmitrievich Novikov (born 1935), theoretical astrophysicist and cosmologist
Ivan Pavlov (1849 - 1936), physician and physiologist
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 All That Dance--Seattle Children's Dance Studio
Her mother enrolled her in dance classes at the age of 3.
She studied with Ivan Novikoff for a few years and at Pacific Northwest Ballet School through Level VII.
She attended the University of Washington where she choreographed and performed constantly, and received her B.A. in Dance in 1992.
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 Ballet-Dance Magazine - Interview with Gerald Arpino of the Joffrey Ballet
I had come to his studio to meet Bob, and instead Mr.
Novikoff was there and put me at the barre, pushed down HARD on my shoulders, pushing me into a plié, and saying in his Russian accent, "There!
You veel become ballet dancer!" as if the matter were already settled.
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 NBA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Ten players and fans were charged for fighting.The new NBA guidelines ban alcohol sales from the start of the fourth quarter, limit the size of drinks to 24 ounces and limit buyers to two drinks per purchase.
Ivan Novikoff (aged 102), Russian premier ballet master 18 Maude Farris-Luse (aged 115), Oldest Person in the World 11 Rudolf Hell (aged 100), German inventor and manufacturer February 2002 27 Spike Milligan, UK comedian, writer and actor 24 Leo Ornstein (aged
DENVER (AP) -- The NBA is issuing guidelines to limit the size and number of beers sold at games and have teams announce what kind of fan behavior is considered unacceptable, commissioner David Stern said.
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 Matt & Andrej Koymasky - Famous GLTB - Robert Joffrey
He began studying tap dancing but soon was introduced to the grand tradition of the Ballets Russes by Ivan Novikoff.
Later, he studied with Mary Ann Well, famous for producing professional dancers of note.
Soon the young men became artistic collaborators as well when Arpino began studying ballet with Novikoff.
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 AP Worldstream April 01, 2002 Articles @ HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Israeli troops confine Arafat to office, tighten drip on Ramallah, invade second town
Ivan F. Novikoff, Russian ballet master, dead at 102
Japan says Mexico to receive dlrs 1.73 million grant for cultural sites
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 Alchemy VII at Musical Discoveries
I injured my knee in my junior year and that is when I began pursuing singing and acting.
I did several productions in the Seattle area, studied dance with Ivan Novikoff, and studied dance and voice at Cornish." Gina's musical foundation further developed through practical and formal training.
She continued, "I met a man who played guitar and wrote music, we did coffee houses in Seattle and then went to Los Angeles.
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 The Dancing Diplomat
She also dove into Seattle’s dance community joining the Russian Community Center’s Balalaika Orchestra and Folk Dance ensemble.
She took ballet from Ivan Novikoff—an old Russian ballet master who had personally seen both Isadora Duncan and Vaslav Njinsky perform–as well as studying Modern Dance with Bill Evans.
Continuing her education in Middle Eastern dance and music Laurel took numerous Arabic dance workshops including those with Ahmed Janjour, Aisha Ali, Jamila Salimpour, and Morocco.
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