GAEV

AcronymDefinition
GAEVGinnastica Artistica Est Veronese (Italian gymnastics club)
GAEVGrupo Aeronaval Embarcado Virtual (Spanish: Virtual Air Group Board)
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The Cherry Orchard casting ably illustrates these priorities, featuring Celia Johnson (Ranevsky), Charles Gray (Gaev), Gemma Jones (Varya) and, particularly, Edward Woodward, most famous at the time for the phenomenally popular ITV spy series Callan (1967-72; 1981), (16) as Lopakhin.
Lady Ranevskaya, for example, is full of nostalgia on coming home after five years' absence, but her brother Gaev, who waited for her for hours at the railway station, is thinking of the low quality of the Russian Railway service.
Lopakhin John Turturro Dunyasha Elisabeth Waterston Epikhodov Michael Urie Anya Katherine Waterston Ranevskaya Dianne Wiest Varya Juliet Rylance Gaev Daniel Davis Charlotta Roberta Maxwell Fiers Alvin Epstein Trofimov Josh Hamilton With: Ken Cheeseman, Slater Holmgren, Michael Wieser, Ben Diskant.
Fresh from Moyes's scathing weekend assessment of the toll being taken by his wearying travel schedule, the Australian's inclusion was somewhat of a surprise, but there was no questioning the sprightly way in which he charged down Gaev's attempted kick after 12 minutes, the ball almost ricocheting into the gaping net.
DINAMO BUCUREST: Gaev, Goian, Tamas, Moti, Christian Pulhac, Petre, Margaritescu, Plesan, Grigorie, Zicu, Niculescu.
DINAMO BUCHAREST - Gaev, Ciobotariu, Alistar, Iordache, Balan, Margaritescu, Tames, Semeghin, Petre,Niculescu,Danciulescu.Subs: Matache, Galamaz, Goian, Irimia, Pacurar,V Munteanu,Baltoi.
Gaev (played by Erland Josephson) is as childlike as his sister--a dessicated fossil of the old school who comes to life when he pops imaginary billiard balls into a hole or searches in his pocket for a fruit drop to suck on.
I sauntered down there--the cool kids always hang out at the edge of the party--and found my friends Rich Schineller, Sarah Fulton, Adam Schiffman and Ilya Gaev smoking cigarettes and taking in the sparkling bay as the sun slowly sank.
Indeed, he appears almost invisible to Ranevskaya and her pompous, speechifying brother Gaev (Paul Jesson) until his seemingly innocent observation, "Time passes," stops them in their tracks like a hurled profanity.
Fresh from Moyes' scathing weekend assessment of the toll being taken by his wearying travel schedule, the Australian's inclusion was somewhat of a surprise, but there was no questioning the sprightly way in which he charged down Gaev's attempted kick after 12 minutes, the ball almost ricocheting into the gaping net.
Leonid Gaev, her brother, remarks that everyone seems much more content now that the orchard is sold.
Mark Blum brings a loopy grace and subtle fragility to Ranevskaya's verbose, drifting brother Gaev. Sarah Hudnut finds the humor, pride and heartache as her long-suffering adopted daughter Varya.