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The Fashion Spot-Feb. 9, 2012
An art-deco inspired sweater over pleated, cropped trousers emits casual elegance. ... details (pearls in particular), or pile on bright bunches of coral necklaces.
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Forbes-Dec. 5, 2012
... Clutch Lanvin's satin-lined mother-of-pearl and wood clutch with Deco flair. ... Paolo Costagli Necklace Based on designs from Venice's Doge Palace, this graphic ... Ruben Toledo--Ralph Pucci Coffee Table Illustrator-artist-polymath Toledo ...
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Winnipeg Free Press-May 5, 2012
Hey there, time traveller! This article was published 4/5/2012 (2535 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current. 55Whether it's the emerging indie ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

"the individuality of the poem gives only a conscious retreat
from conventional rules, and they love to dress up in the unconscious. (...)
These irregularities play the role of moles, the easiest to recover
memory the appearance of the whole" (p. 11). Perhaps that is why the creation of a "grammar"
this text becomes very difficult. But actually it is
corresponds to the modern approach, for example, to the language of cinema, where required
the simultaneous construction of both the text and its grammar, both from the
the Creator and the viewer.
N. Gumilyov not only appeared in print with the articles, but read
lectures, resulting in his attention to the theory. So, in the program of lectures under
the heading "ideology" they listed the following points:
"I) the Creator and create, 2) apollinian and dionisiaco, 3) the law
ternary and Quaternary, 4) the four temperaments and the twelve gods each
religion, 5) the separation of poetry by the number of persons sentences, 6) the time and
space and the fight against them, 7) the possibility of a poetic machine" (Program
lectures. P. 229-230). The last-a poetry machine -- was also consistent with
reality. N. Gumilev has proposed the creation of such a machine (which is not
occurred due to lack of funds), which is a 12-disc
roulette, where the wheels were to rotate at different speeds.
Diagram of the relationships of the four "castes" of the twelve Roman gods, in the framework of
which Lermontov becomes a "warrior-clerk," Nekrasov -- "merchant-pariah",
and the power -- "clerk-pariah" as follows