Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Story image for lavish wedding from Vogue.com

All the Celebrity Guests at Justin and Hailey Bieber's Lavish ...

Vogue.com-Oct. 1, 2019
On Monday night, Hailey and Justin Bieber wed (for a second time) at the Montage Palmetto Bluff. As one can assume, considering the bride and groom, it was a ...
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Meghan & Harry Got A Very Cool, Very Expensive Wedding ...

Refinery29-Apr. 28, 2019
Meghan & Harry Got A Very Cool, Very Expensive Wedding Gift For Idris Elba ... Clearly, Elba and Dhowre appreciate the more lavish things in life, so this art ...
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Joe Jonas And Sophie Turner's Pre-Wedding Festivities

ETCanada.com-Jun. 24, 2019
Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas may have had multiple lavish wedding celebrations in 2018, but 2019 is all about Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner as the couple ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

"In the case of verbal reasoning, we cannot fail
to make discontinuous movements, for the need to choose only between two extreme
provisions Yes or no, not allowing anything between a third or medium"
(Ibid. P. 59). In the case of graphical thinking -- "you must
to use just those continuous movements, which are so carefully
excluded from use of verbal thinking" (ibid.) -
If you think about it this difference lies probably in the presence/absence
"dictionary" in the linguistic sense. When he is, then we will inevitably
to work with discontinuous values. If not, then any idea
we will seem continuous. But in the first case, the vocabulary in
the result of the thinking of the recipient of the information, processing this discontinuous series,
re-enters the continuous representation. When done appropriate
psycholinguistic experiments, it was discovered that the person
remembers not, say, the syntactic structure of the sentence, and the very
information, that is, as a result, it remains continuous performance.
In General, the power of language Ya Linzbach saw in ambiguity. This
fundamentally correct conclusion (immediately reminded Yu. M. Lotman) is still
contrary to the book's subtitle:
"Experience the exact of linguistics". But apparently the real stuff is
stronger and subtitle, and time of publication of the book (1916), and
Ya Linzbach just comes to insightful conclusions: "In various places
and at various times have always been different languages, as different
artistic, non-scientific image system, and in this ambiguity,
constantly changing, is life language. In view of said development
schemes and their combinations necessary to refer to those or other concepts,
is not the task of science, and the arts, and addressing emerging issues
should be provided not only scientists, but artists. Field of activity
the artist is precisely the ambiguity and the element of this activity --
limitless freedom and independence from any order
a certain uniquely" (Ibid.P. 94).