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A Traditional Royal Wedding, but for the 3 Billion Witnesses

New York Times-Apr. 29, 2011
LONDON — In the end, Friday's wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton may not have ushered in a new dawn for the frayed royal family or brought ...
Royal wedding: The ceremony in full
Highly Cited-BBC News-Apr. 29, 2011
Let's get this Royal Wedding party started 28, 2011
The Royal Wedding: A Crowd's-Eye View
Blog-NPR (blog)-Apr. 29, 2011
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'Royal wedding' dance video goes viral

CNN International-Apr. 18, 2011
Editor's note: For all the latest royal wedding news, visit's Unveiled blog. (CNN) -- If the real royal wedding looks anything like this one, it'll more than ...
Royal Wedding, a Tarnished Crown
In-Depth-New York Times-Apr. 23, 2011
Royal Wedding: Kitsch and Circumstance
Blog-New Yorker (blog)-Apr. 21, 2011
Royal wedding guest list
In-Depth-BBC News-Apr. 23, 2011

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

Another concern that is different from the first
although correlated with it, was to search for logic
independent of grammars, vocabularies, form of synthesis, from the words
in General, -- a logic that could figure out and use
General background of the thought, covering them from the circumstances
language, where they could get lost. No coincidence that Budev
symbolic logic is born in the age when languages
become objects of Philology: the fact that, despite
some superficial similarities and common techniques, it was
not about how to build a universal language, as in the classic
era, but about how to submit forms and when thinking in General
out of any language. Because the language itself has become the object of Sciences,
required now to invent a different language, which would be rather
symbols than language, and would therefore be transparent to thought in her
knowing the movement. In a sense you could say that
and the logical algebra and the Indo-European languages likewise
are decomposition products of universal grammar: some
show the offset language in the direction of a knowable object; the other
-- the movement that entices the tongue out of the way the act of knowledge, depriving
it all established forms. However, it would be unfair
to Express it only in a purely negative form: at
the archaeological level, the conditions and nonverbal logic
the conditions of the possibility of historical grammar -- the same,
the soil is their positivity the same.