[ah-luh] /ˈɑ lə/ (Show IPA), 1879–1945, Russian actress in the U.S.
Miss Hobson was not to be diverted from her theme by reminiscences of Nazimova.
The Adventures of Sally P. G. Wodehouse
Hattie Williams, in her odd manner, imitated Nazimova—as Nazimova would play a butler.
Charles Frohman: Manager and Man Isaac Frederick Marcosson and Daniel Frohman
I took her to see Nazimova to-night, and she sat star-eyed and hardly breathing.
Jane Journeys On Ruth Comfort Mitchell
For this reason, and for this reason only, do modern actors like Mme. Nazimova complain of plays in verse.
The Theory of the Theatre Clayton Hamilton
Allan, 1890–1971, U.S. historian. Contemporary Examples Nevins hopes to get two new shows on the air for summer and fall. Showtime’s New Mastermind, David Nevins Jace Lacob January 5, 2011 “This is a very insider view as to the absurdity [of the business world],” said Nevins. Showtime’s New Mastermind, David Nevins Jace Lacob January 5, […]
Alexander, . Historical Examples “Yes, from Lobenski’s, the jeweller’s in the Nevski,” she replied. The Place of Dragons William Le Queux He had often seen her at the Opera and driving in the Nevski Prospekt. The Intriguers William Le Queux In the morning I would walk the Nevski Prospect, and meet nice-looking people, and be […]
Alfred, 1880–1958, English poet. John Humphrey, 1811–86, U.S. social reformer: founder of the Oneida Community. Contemporary Examples “The core functionality of the service will always be free,” says Noyes. The Real Reason Facebook Changed Its Privacy Rules Peter Lauria May 24, 2010 Historical Examples In view of the fact that he holds a public office, […]
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