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Russian tennis player Elena Dementieva

Russian tennis player Elena Dementieva

Russian tennis player Elena Dementieva

Russian professional tennis player Elena Dementieva was born in 1981 in Moscow. Elena played and won her first international tournament, Les Petits As, in France at the age of 13. In 1997, she entered the WTA top 500. Elena Dementieva turned professional in 1998 and entered the top 100 in 1999. Elena won the silver in women’s singles at the 2000 Sydney Olympics as an 18-year-old and the gold at the Beijing Games in 2008. Dementieva achieved a career-high ranking of World No. 3, which was accomplished on 6 April 2009. Beautiful Russian tennis player announced her retirement on 29 October 2010, after her final match at the 2010 WTA Tour Championships. Dementieva ended her career ranked World No. 9.
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Russian actress Evgenia Kryukova

Russian actress Evgenia Kryukova

Russian actress Evgenia Kryukova

Beautiful Russian actress Evgenia Kryukova was born on June 11, 1971 in Moscow. She is a Soviet-Russian theater and film actress, Honored Artist of Russia (2005), laureate of Youth Award “Triumph” (2005). Evgenia was born into a family of engineers. After leaving school she entered the Moscow Institute of Architecture, but left it. In 1988 Kryukova became an artist at the Moscow Youth Theater. Then she married an actor Mikhail Zhukov, with whom began to appear on stage as an actress. Her husband helped her acting career. In 1990 Evgenia entered GITIS. One day Evgenia was invited to star in a movie at “Belarusfilm” studio. However, her debut in the movie did not take place, but the desire to become an actress had become stronger.
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King of Glamour Sergey Zverev

King of Glamour Sergey Zverev

Photo woman.ru. King of Glamour Sergey Zverev

King of Glamour Sergey Zverev
Born on July 19, 1963 into the family of a railway worker, in a provincial Siberian town of Kultuk, Irkutsk region, Sergey Zverev has become the king of glamour. After his father’s death (motorcycle accident) the family moved to Ust-Kamenogorsk, in Kazakhstan. Sergey was only four. After finishing school, Zverev attended a hairdressing college and received a diploma specializing in hairdressing, decorative make-up and clothing design. In the 1980s, Sergey Zverev served in the Soviet Army, on the territory of Poland, there Sergey was Platoon Deputy Commander. Hairdresser, stylist, singer and showman, he is currently a well known Russian celebrity. Sergey calls himself the “King of Glamour” and “Star of Shock”. He is a master and the only member of the reality show about his everyday life “Full Fashion” (Muz-TV) and “Star in a cube” (MTV), “Stars in fashion” (RU.TV).
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Russian actress Anna Chipovskaya

Russian actress Anna Chipovskaya

Russian actress Anna Chipovskaya

Talented and beautiful film and theater actress Anna Chipovskaya was born on June 16, 1987 in Moscow. Her mother is a theater and film actress Olga Chipovskaya, and her father – a jazz musician. As a child Anna dreamed of becoming an actress, but her parents and grandparents wanted her to be a translator, so Anna entered the linguistic school. Anna Chipovskaya also worked in a modeling agency. Despite the fact that Anna graduated from high school, her dream has not changed and she decided to enter the drama school. In 2009 she graduated from the Moscow Art Theater School and became its actress. She made her debut in the play “Amadeus” at the Moscow Art Theater.
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Gaddafi’s bodyguards

Gaddafi's bodyguards

Wearing red berets, so-called “revolutionary nuns”, Gaddafi’s bodyguards

Gaddafi’s bodyguards
Often called Amazon Guard, they were female elite bodyguards of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. Meanwhile, their official name was “revolutionary nuns”, or “green nuns”. The detachment consisted entirely of women who had received special military training. The division formed in the early 1980s, a few years after his resignation from the post of Gaddafi Libyan state and acceptance of of another title. In particular, the leader of the revolution together with the declaration of Libya’s Jamahiriya. However, the reasons for creating such a unit is unclear. According to the most common version, Gaddafi allegedly suggested that Arab terrorists, the victim of which he could be, will not be able to shoot at women. And another version, though more prosaic – female bodyguard was just one of the bizarre ways to attract the attention of the world.
Traditionally, 15 “Amazons” accompanied Gaddafi during his visits through the country and abroad. Noteworthy, in 1998 one of his bodyguards had saved his life at the cost of her own.
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Loneliness in the net 2006 film

2006 film S@motnosc w sieci, Loneliness in the net. Movie poster

Poster. Polish film “S@motnosc w sieci”, or Loneliness in the net 2006 film

Loneliness in the net 2006 film
The author of the film “S@motnosc w sieci” 9English – “Loneliness in the net”) is Witold Adamek, Polish director and operator.
Eva (played by Maria Aguero) lives in Poland, and Jakub in Germany. As often happens in modern life, they accidentally get acquainted thanks to the global network. They begin to communicate via the Internet, through e-mail and ICQ. Meanwhile, the more they talk, the more they approach to each other, beginning to fall in love… Finally, they decide to meet in real life. But all is not as it should be.
The author also describes the life of each of them “out of the network” – friends, family, work, preferences in music. After a long virtual communication, the characters meet in Paris, and soon after they face trials that will play a major role in their relationship and the life of each of them.
According to annotation to the film, “From all that is eternal, love has the shortest period”.
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Loneliness makes people feel literally cold

Loneliness makes people feel literally cold. The higher you build the walls

The higher you build the walls… Loneliness makes people feel literally cold

Loneliness makes people feel literally cold
According to psychologists, people feeling excluded found a room more chilly than those who felt loved and included. Lonely people also chose comforting hot soup or coffee, rather than a soft beverage, to drink. The study, by the University of Toronto, suggests that raising the temperature could help someone who is feeling low in the same way that people with seasonal affective disorder are helped with light therapy.
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