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noun as in prima ballerina

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If the original CRISPR-Cas9 is a dancer with two left feet, prime editing is a highly-trained ballerina.

Silver-furred, shiny-eyed and svelte as they come, Tika boasts a jaw-dropping wardrobe of rainbow-streaked fleece, baggy sweatshirts, rose tulle ballerina dresses and more!

From Ozy

Carla Fracci, a reigning ballerina of the 20th century, acclaimed for the drama she conferred on roles such as Giselle, and for the ethereal grace she brought to stages in her native Italy and around the world, died May 27 at her home in Milan.

Currently, I am a former professional dancer and former model, former ballerina.

From Ozy

In 1982, Allen hired a young, ambitious ballerina to dance on “Fame.”

Olga had served as a professional ballerina for the Ballets Russes up until she met Picasso in 1917.

Not necessarily having a big fat ass, because ballerina bodies are in.

He was bisexual and a ballerina, and this was while I was at the Atlantic Theater Company in Vermont.

After seeing Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova perform in Cairo, Iolas knew he wanted to be an artiste.

Like the gymnast and the ballerina, the distance runner is often defined by drive and compulsion.

There was something of the ballerina in her temperament, also, which she never entirely outgrew.

Yes; my daughter, she was here, and she is a ballerina and she was visiting Dallas a few times and she knew some people here.

You know, my daughter is ballerina and so even I have pictures somewhere with her.

Primo ballerino good; prima ballerina good, and people say pretty, but I have not seen her near.

He, Mr. Churchill, and Mr. Lloyd George might almost have been called rivals for the rle of prima ballerina assoluta.


On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to ballerina, such as: coryphee, and lead dancer.

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