Wednesday, November 20, 2019

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A look back at the Royal Family's most memorable moments of ... 24, 2015
Prince Harry was left blushing when a cheeky blonde asked for his hand in marriage and stole a kiss outside the Sydney Opera House. Victoria McRae, 21 ...
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Sweden's Royal Wedding 2015: Will Sofia Hellqvist Copy Kate ...

International Business Times-Jun. 2, 2015
Former Swedish model and reality TV star Sofia Hellqvist, 30, is all set to marry Prince Carl Philip, Duke of Värmland and Prince of Sweden, 35, on June 13 in ...
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The Year's Most Fabulous Royal Wedding Is This Weekend

Vanity Fair-Jul. 21, 2015
royal wedding! Nothing is more exciting than that. Nothing is grander, nothing is a more valuable reminder of our own lowly stations in this world, than the ...
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How Celebrities Keep Their Weddings a Secret

New York Times-Aug. 15, 2015
A “secret” celebrity wedding: In the age of social media, it seems like a ... a mental image of the affair, the kind that can linger for years after, say, a royal wedding.

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

not much will change. The issues that arise in connection with the name
the author be much more complex: of course, if it turned out that
Shakespeare was not born in the house today to visit, this change,
of course, it would break the functioning of the author's name. However, if it was
it proved that Shakespeare wrote sonnets, which are taken for his
works, it would be a change of another sort: it would have been
is not indifferent to the functioning of the author's name. And if it was
it is established that Shakespeare wrote bacon's Organon, simply because
the works of bacon and Shakespeare were written by one author* this
it would have been this type of change, which completely changed
operation the name of the author. The name of the author, therefore, is not the same name
like all the others.
Many other facts point out the paradoxical originality of the name
author. Not the same to say that Pierre DuPont does not exist and
to say that Homer or Hermes Trismegistus did not exist; in one case
I want to say that nobody wears the name Pierre DuPont; in the other - that
several authors were combined under one name, or that the true author
lacks any of the traits traditionally attributed to such characters,
as Homer or Hermes. Exactly the same is not the same to say that
real name of some X not Pierre DuPont and Jacques Durand, and to say that Stendhal
actually name was Henri beyle. Could also ask ourselves about the meaning and
the operation sentences like: "Bourbaki is so-and-so"** or
"Victor Eremita, Climacus, Antipiracy, The Frater, Taciturnus, Constantine
Constantius is Kierkegaard".