Friday, August 9, 2019

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Bridal jewelry trends 2017: Jewelry essentials for every modern-day ... 22, 2017
Bridal jewelry designs are no more boring, there has been a major transformation in the bridal jewelry designs. Of late, the bridal jewelry has a drastic ...
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All About the Diamond-Dusted Wedding Gown From Reem Acra's ... 19, 2017
Last night, Reem Acra kicked off bridal week in a big way: She showed her new ... Put together, the jewelry comes out to a whopping 165 carats of diamonds and ...
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This Stunning Bride Got Married Without Jewellery Or Makeup To ...

BuzzFeed News-Aug. 17, 2017
Four days after her wedding reception, Jara posted a photo, detailing why she decided to attend her wedding wearing a simple cotton saree, no jewellery and ...
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Pippa Middleton Brings Part of the Royal Wedding to Her Own Wedding

E! News Canada (blog)-May 20, 2017
Kate did not wear her royal wedding earrings or other Robinson Pelham jewelry at Pippa's wedding to James Matthews Saturday. She sported pink Kiki ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Semiology is the spider on the forms, because the values taught in it
regardless of their content. I would like to say a few words about
it is necessary and the boundaries of this formal science. The need to
the symptomatology is the same as the need in any accurate scientific language.
<...> It is impossible to talk about the structure in terms of shape and Vice versa. May
to be that "life" there is only undivided totality of structures and
forms. But science has no power over those that cannot, it should say
directly on life, if he wants to change it. Speaking against some
dancecostume supporters of synthetic vision which, alas,
Platonic nature, any scientific criticism should go to some
austerity, mi ritsya with the artificiality of the analytical approach and
must use appropriate methods and languages if
historical criticism was not so intimidated by the spectre of "formalism", it is not
would probably be fruitless; she would understand that the specific
the study of the forms in no way contradict the necessary principles of integrity and
of historicity. Quite the contrary, the more specific forms of a particular
system, the more it lends itself to historical analysis. Parodying well-known
saying, I would say that a small dose of formalism removes us from
History, and a substantial formalization brings us back to it.