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Veigiana of girls

The occurrence of the celebration across the western Slav countries (plus Hungary, whose inhabitants' forebears conquered a region that was inhabited by Slavs) suggests a common origin in pagan mythology, most likely a link with the Slavic goddesses of fertility.

And you don’t have to be an official Bond Girl to qualify, either: Even bit characters have outrageous names, like Bambi and Thumper from Diamonds are Forever.

However, both were among the group that performed as Pussy Riot during the Winter Olympics in Sochi, where group members were attacked with whips and pepper spray by Cossacks who were employed as security guards. The group was composed of some dozen performers and about 15 people who handled the technical work of shooting and editing videos that were posted on the Internet.

Tolokonnikova, her husband, Pyotr Verzilov, and Samutsevich were members of the anarchist art collective "Voina" from the group's early days in 2007, until an acrimonious split in 2009.

The group's actions were regarded sacrilegious by the Orthodox clergy and eventually stopped by church security officials.

The women said their protest was directed at the Orthodox Church leaders' support for Putin during his election campaign.

This would be symbolically drenched in water and kept over the winter until its grain was mixed with the seed corn in the spring to ensure a successful harvest.

In time, the growing influence of Christianity in Poland incorporated the dyngus celebrations, along with other pagan practices, into Christian festivals like Easter Monday.

James Bond.’ Oh, shove off Bond – no one’s interested in you, really.