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Charity brides: I paid £30 for my vintage wedding dress 11, 2013
IMMY DRIVER, 34, a retail buyer from London, married Michael, 32, wearing a Forties wedding gown she got in a charity shop for just £30. When Michael ...
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Newly married Amber Rose leaves her husband Wiz Khalifa ...

Daily Mail-Jul. 11, 2013
The newlywed wore a short pink dress for the retail therapy trip, a germane that fell ... shopping with a group of girlfriends, she and Wiz are planning a wedding ...

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What's Snooki's Dream Wedding Dress? A Leopard Print Gown!

E! Online-Jul. 25, 2013
That's right, a source tells E! News that while shopping for her bridal gown: "Snooki was saying she wanted either a leopard- or a tiger-striped wedding dress.
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Darcey Bussell and Natalia Vodianova to showcase bridal ...

Daily Mail-Sep. 23, 2013
The dress exhibition is part of Brides The Show where visitors can shop for their own gown among designer collections, sip on champagne at the Laurent-Perrier ...

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Pearl Necklace said...

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According to the philosophers, the difference between the theory or hypothesis from empirical fact (empirical knowledge) is that people are building more complex logical relationships between facts.
As soon as people started wondering why sea water is salty, and found the answer, then it is considered a deeper knowledge, which, however, might not pull on the level of theory, but it is not empirical knowledge. This knowledge on the response of our receptors to anymore. It requires complex mental modeling, building logical relationships, hypotheses, testing them, etc. This deep theoretical work. Formed a generalized knowledge is not empirical as it is based on deductive (or intuitive) knowledge is achieved through specific forms of thinking given to man a priori (Kant).