Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Story image for royal wedding from Mashable

12 unseen photos peek behind the scenes at Charles and ...

Mashable-Aug. 11, 2015
... photos peek behind the scenes at Charles and Diana's lavish royal wedding ... Prince Charles' 1981 wedding to Lady Diana Spencer was billed as the ...
Candid photos of Diana and Charles up for auction
Detroit Free Press-Aug. 11, 2015
Story image for royal wedding from New York Observer

A Brief History of Monaco's Royal Weddings

New York Observer-Jul. 24, 2015
Royal wedding fans, rejoice! This weekend, Monaco's Pierre Casiraghi—son of Princess Caroline of Monaco, and grandson of Grace Kelly—will marry Italian ...
It's a Royal Wedding! Pierre Casiraghi of Monaco Weds ...
Highly Cited-People Magazine-Jul. 25, 2015
Gorgeous Pictures From the Monaco Royal Wedding
Highly Cited-POPSUGAR-Jul. 25, 2015
Story image for royal wedding from Forbes

Inside the Lavish Royal Wedding of Beatrice Borromeo and ...

Forbes-Aug. 1, 2015
Few are the times the word "lavish" have been used as frequently and as aptly as to describe the pageantry of the two weddings within a week of one of the top ...
Monaco's Royal Wedding, Round Two! Pierre Casiraghi and ...
Highly Cited-People Magazine-Aug. 1, 2015
Your castle or mine? Newlyweds Beatrice Borromeo and ...
Highly Cited-Daily Mail-Jul. 31, 2015

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

the literature increasingly speaks as an object
understanding, however, and for the same reason, as something that neither
in any case, it defies understanding based on the theory of value.
Will it be analyzed in terms of signified (what it
wants to Express her "idea" of what it promises or what
calls) or in terms of meaning (with the help of diagrams, borrowed
from linguistics or psychoanalysis) does not matter; all
this is only a temporary trend. Both the first and second case
the literature trying to discover beyond space
where in our culture it's been half a century constantly
occurs and triggers. Are ways to decrypt back to
the classical situation of language, that which prevailed in the seventeenth
century, when the Stroy of signs became binary, and the value reflected in the
the form of the submission; then the literature really was composed of
the signifier and the signified and deserves analysis as such.
Since the nineteenth century literature again put forward language in its
Genesis; however, it is not the one that existed at the end of an era
The Renaissance, as now there primary, it is
the initial words by which the infinite movement of speech
found its justification and limits. From now on, the language will grow without
beginning, without end and without promises. Text literature is formed
day-to-day movement on this fundamental vain