Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Story image for royal wedding from BBC News

Abingdon's royal bun-throw to celebrate Queen's 90th

BBC News-Jun. 11, 2016
In recent years there have been two bun throwing occasions in 2011 to celebrate the Royal Wedding and in 2012 6,000 were thrown as part of Diamond Jubilee ...
Story image for royal wedding from Vanity Fair

The Crown: Investigating Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip's ...

Vanity Fair-Nov. 9, 2016
Queen Elizabeth has been a steady, stoic leader for some 63 years, making her the longest-reigning monarch in British history. But Netflix's lavish new series ...
Story image for royal wedding from CTV News

Canadian 'rugby royalty' reunites with Prince William in BC

CTV News-Sep. 29, 2016
From blankets to bears: Gifts received by the Royal Family on their tours of B.C. and Yukon · What Kate wore: Duchess of Cambridge brings royal style to ...
Story image for royal wedding from Daily Mail

Who's Queen Bee of the turnip toffs? They're rural Norfolk ...

Daily Mail-Jun. 23, 2016
At the recent State banquet for the president of China she was a vision in pale blue Temperley, worn with a tiara. At the Royal Wedding she was described as the ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

It becomes possible to sort the history
knowledge. The fact is that if the language is a
spontaneous science the dark for herself and clumsy, he but
through improved knowledge that can not
expressed in his words, not leaving its trace; the language
represents an empty space for them
content. Languages as imperfect knowledge, keep faithful
o the memory upgrade. They are misleading, but
they also celebrate all that I had learned. Thanks
chaotic order, they give rise to false ideas; but
true ideas leave in them the indelible imprint order
which could occur only by chance. Civilization
and peoples leave us as the monuments of his thinking
not only texts, many vocabularies and syntaxes, most of the sounds
their languages than the words they uttered, to a lesser
as your speech than what made them possible, that is very
the discursiveness of their language. "The language of a people gives its vocabulary --
true enough the Bible of all the knowledge of the people; only on
the basis of a comparison of the vocabulary of any nation at various times
it would be possible to get an idea about its successes. Each
science has its name, every concept in science --
his own, everything known in nature is designated as all of
invent in the arts; the same otnosite to phenomena
techniques deyatelnosti, guns". This leads to
the possibility of creating the history of freedom and slavery on the basis
languages<$F Rousseau, Essai sur l'origine des langues (Euvres,
Paris, 1826, t. XVIII, p. 220-221).> or even the history of opinions,
of biases, prejudices, beliefs of all kinds, o
which works always show much less than
the words themselves are<$F Cf. Michaelis, De l influence des opinions sur
le langage, 1759, Paris, 1762. It is known that one word ...
the Greeks meant fame and opinion; the expression das liebe Gewitter
the Germans were viskazali their belief in the beneficial properties of thunderstorms