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Mar·kov

(mar'kōv),
Andrei, Russian mathematician, 1865-1922. See: Markov process.
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The brain child of entrepreneurs Katharine Scalora and Lora Markova, Earth & Aerial Yoga is a first-of-its-kind aerial yoga studio concept, located inside a beautiful, bright coworking space, overlooking the Assabet River Rail Trail and Downtown Hudson, MA.
Caption: Markova danced the title role in the first British production of Giselle.
Although the coat was later returned to Markova by 1OAK, allegedly smelling of cigarettes and booze, and with a tear in the lining, Lohan was accused of another past theft later that week.
Markova believed that she had lost the expensive mink - until she saw photographs of Lohan leaving the club wearing the fur.
And Markova, also ninety-one, with a regal bearing that owed some debt to the swan she once danced, continued to give master classes.
It will not be so easy for Markova (3.30) in the Leopardstown Golf Centre Handicap with a field of 18.
Tatiana Markova and Tatiana Sizintseva work for an organisation supporting disabled people, particularly wheelchair users, in Nizhnynoegorad, Russia's third largest city.
It will be sunny again today, hot in the afternoon, with some increase in cloud at times in the eastern areas, meteorologist Boryana Markova of the National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology (NIMH) told Focus News Agency.
In the 2000 Metro Manila Film Festival, Dolphy headlined 'Markova: Comfort Gay,' based on the life of Walterina Markova, one of many gay men forced into sexual slavery in World War II.