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Ada (c. 1123—1178) consort of Prince Henry of Scotland

Ada Adini (1855—1924)

Ada Benson (1840—1882) headmistress and educationist

Ada Blanche (1863—1953) actress

Ada 'Bricktop' Smith

Ada Brown

Ada Cambridge (1844—1926) novelist and poet

Ada Cavendish (c. 1839—1895) actress

Ada Christen (1844—1901)

Ada Clare

Ada Crossley (1874—1929)

Ada Dyer

Ada Elizabeth Chesterton (1869—1962) journalist and philanthropist

Ada Elizabeth Edith Swanwick (1915—1989) artist and art teacher

Ada Ellen Bayly (1857—1903) novelist

Ada Ferrer-i-Carbonell

Ada Goodrich Freer (1857—1931) folklorist and psychical researcher

Ada Group

Ada Holman (1869—1949)

Ada Jones

Ada Leonard (1915—1997)

Ada Leverson (1862—1933) novelist

Ada Lewis (1875—1925)

Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher (1924—1995)

Ada Louise Huxtable (b. 1921)


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Graceful movement of the arm. Although mainly applicable to Kathak dance, this Urdu term is often used to denote facial expressions and physical gestures employed to interpret the lyrical contents ...

Subjects: Indian Music.

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