ⓘ Fanny Bias

                                     

ⓘ Fanny Bias

Anne-Françoise Bias, known as Fanny Bias 3 June 1789 – 6 September 1825), was a dancer at the Paris Opera from 1807 to 1825. She was one of the first dancers to use the pointe technique.

                                     
  • Sages of Greece Fanny Bias 1789 1825 French dancer, one of the first who raised on pointes Len Bias 1963 1986 basketball player Bias mythology multiple
  • Fanny Bullock Workman January 8, 1859 January 22, 1925 was an American geographer, cartographer, explorer, travel writer, and mountaineer, notably
  • Fanny Efimovna Kaplan Russian: Фанни Ефи мовна Каплан real name Feiga Haimovna Roytblat, Фейга Хаимовна Ройтблат February 10, 1890 September 3
  • Fanny Murray 1729 in Bath 2 April 1778 in London nee Fanny Rudman and later Fanny Ross, was an 18th - century English courtesan, mistress to John Montagu
  • Percy, Oliver Goldsmith, and other literary figures, including the young Fanny Burney, whom she took with her to Gay Street, Bath. In July 1774 Johnson
  • her weight for suspended flight. Maria Danilova, Genevieve Gosselin and Fanny Bias all performed Flore and were noted for dancing sur les pointes. Flore
  • Berry 1818 Diane de Poitiers 1818 Jeanne d Arc 1818 Daphne 1819 Fanny Bias 1819 Agathe Fatime 1820 Duc de Bordeaux 1820 Duchesse d Angouleme
  • when he reports to Fanny about his final distressing conversation with Mary and tries to sort out the truth from his personal bias He is still conflicted
  • the Barnum profiles. Self - serving bias has been shown to cancel the Forer effect. According to the self - serving bias subjects accept positive attributes
  • the bravest man I have ever met. Crawford secured the services of the SS Fanny to transport 216 tons of guns and ammunition which he had purchased from
  • especially in popular journalism. The project highlights the limitations and bias within music scholarship and journalism. Many of the musicians were also