Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Story image for royal wedding from NPR

'Cello Bae' Sheku Kanneh-Mason Wins Worldwide Fans After ...

NPR-May 21, 2018
The British-born, 19-year-old prodigy Sheku Kanneh-Mason was a standout at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle this weekend. Kanneh-Mason ...
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Why Does Prince William Have a Gold Braid on His Uniform? 19, 2018
Both Prince Harry and the Duke of Cambridge are wearing frockcoat uniforms of the Blues and Royals at the royal wedding, according to the royal family's ...
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Royal wedding: The celebs who haven't denied being invited

BBC News-Feb. 28, 2018
Mel B isn't playing it cool when it comes to the royal wedding. Scary Spice has let it slip that the Spice Girls have been invited to Prince Harry and Meghan ...
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Beckhams donate royal wedding outfits to fund for Manchester ...

The Guardian-Jun. 8, 2018
David and Victoria Beckham have donated their royal wedding outfits to raise money for the victims of the Manchester Arena attack and their relatives.

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

Barely hearing the word, they, notwithstanding their nature and their spirit remain
immobile and poison no one with their venomous bite". And let not
they say that this is due only to the noise uttered the words:"If
favorable time you write these words on Velin, on parchment, on
paper and stretch them to the ground, it will stay no less motionless than if
wish you spoke up". The idea of "Natural magic", which occupies a prominent
place at the end of the XVI century and advanced until the mid-seventeenth century, not
is a residual phenomenon in the European consciousness; it was revived as
clearly says Campanella(1), and for good for the age reasons
because the fundamental configuration of knowledge pushed signs of similarity.
The magical form was inseparable from the way of knowledge.
It's the same thing affects of erudition: in
a treasure bequeathed to us by antiquity, language has value as a sign
things. Between visible signs, which God marked out the Ground
so we may know its inner secrets, and the legible words,
which Scripture or ancient sages, enlightened by the divine light,
inscribed in the tradition of these rescued books, there is no difference. The ratio of
texts and the relationship with things-one of nature: and here and there people
find the signs. But God, in order to develop our wisdom, filled with nature only
the figures that require interpretation (and it is in this sense
the knowledge must be p R o p e a n and e m-divinatio), while
the ancients already gave the interpretation, which we can only perceive. We
could be satisfied with this perception, if not needed
to learn their language, learn to read their lyrics to understand what they said.