Friday, November 22, 2019

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Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to impose no-fly zone over ... 8, 2015
The helicopter pilot royal can now prevent low-flying aircraft from encroaching on sprawling Anmer Hall to stop invasive photographs being taken of the house ...
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Descendants' Costume Designer Dressed the Villains in ...

Us Magazine-Jul. 31, 2015
According to the couturier, it was a happily ever after—the wedding of the century, ... And naturally, where there's a royal gala, there's also a slew of stunning ...
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Florida couple celebrate their anniversary by taking a bite out ...

Daily Mail-Aug. 20, 2015
The longevity of the cake has served Britain's Royal Weddings well - as slices of the many famous weddings confections have appeared on the auction blocks ...
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Avicii's mum spills beans on royal wedding DJ set

The 8, 2015
Swedish superstar DJ Avicii is set to perform at the upcoming royal wedding in ... entertainment at his wedding to former reality television star Sofia Hellqvist.

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

Next come the purely semiotic views, similar ideas
G. Shpet: the scene at the scene looks false, because it is taken from the point
of view of the actors, not the audience. Things of the physical world -- too
good, and disrupt the space. And only the space of painting is not connected with
the physical properties of space. Frame allows to select symbolic
space in the physical space. Things Florensky interprets as
"folds" or "wrinkles" space (p. 6). And providing operation with
space the broadest view, he actually defines the whole culture as
"the organization of space" (p.55).
Making space for its premise, Florensky can now
any concept to be interpreted on the basis of it. Thus, the gesture "forms
space, causing this tension and the bending it" (p. 56). Interesting
thus interpreted the artist's work, which the force pumps in
space content, as a result of "forcing a space to give and
to accommodate more than it usually holds without this effort" (p.59).