Wednesday, November 20, 2019

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A guide to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's exes as Chelsy ...

Metro-May 19, 2018
Chelsy Davy and Cressida Bonas are among the exes of Prince Harry who have been invited to the royal wedding. In fact, Harry and his bride Meghan Markle ...

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Victoria Beckham and David Beckham Just Graced the Royal ...

TIME-May 19, 2018
Leave it to Victoria Beckham to steal the show at the royal wedding. The former Spice Girl — a long-time favorite of groom Prince Harry himself — showed up ...
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Royal wedding: Where will Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ... 15, 2018
PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle will spend the night before their wedding in separate country house hotels associated with luxury and controversy.

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

Claude Duret emphasizes that Jews, Christians, Samaritans, Chaldeans,
the Syrians, Egyptians, unity, Carthaginians, Arabs, Saracens, Turks, Moors,
the Persians, Tartars write from right to left, following thus "go and
daily movement of the first heaven, which, according to
the great Aristotle, is very perfect, approaching unity";
the Greeks, the Georgians, the Maronites, the Jacobites, the Copts, cervione, poznan residents and, of course,
the Latins and all Europeans write from left to right, following the "course and movement
the second heaven, the conjunction of the seven planets"; the Hindu, kapanci, Chinese, Japanese
written top to bottom, which corresponds to "the establishment of nature, according to
which people head up and feet down"; Mexicans "in contrast to
the above" write something from the bottom up, "spiral lines
, draws the sun during its annual movement through the zodiac". This
way,"through these five different types of writing the secrets and mysteries
world order and the shape of the cross, the whole circumference of heaven and earth safely
marked and pronounced" *1). Languages is with the world more
with respect to analogy, than of the mark; or rather, the value of the sign and
the doubling function overlap each other; languages open sky and
the earth, a way which they are; they reproduce in their most
material architecture the cross whose coming they announce-the
the coming, which in turn is set by the Scripture and
Word. Language has a symbolic function, but after the death of her Babylon
-- with rare exceptions *2) -- must be sought not in words as such,
but the very existence of language, in his universal relation to the universal
the world, in the crossover space with the locations and shapes of space.
Hence the form of the encyclopedic project that appeared in the late XVI
or in the first years of the seventeenth century; not reflect the already-known neutral
elements of language (the use of the alphabet as an arbitrary but effective
encyclopaedic procedure will begin in the second half of the XVII century