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Fairytale royal wedding for Sweden's Princess Madeleine as ... 8, 2013
The reception is being held at Stockholm's Drottningholm Palace, the royal family's private residence. The wedding celebrations began last night with a private ...
Royal Wedding (No, Not That One)
Blog-New York Times (blog)-Jun. 10, 2013
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Royal wedding fever grips Indonesia as the Sultan's fourth ...

Daily Mail-Oct. 22, 2013
Indonesia was today in the throes of royal fever as a three-day wedding began. Sultan Hamengkubuwono X's fourth daughter Gusti Ratu Kanjeng Hayu, 29, ...
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Thousands flood spectacular Indonesian royal wedding

ITN-Oct. 23, 2013
Thousands of people filled the streets of Indonesia's cultural centre Yogyakarta to greet the new royal couple of Java. The bride, Gusti Kanjeng Ratu Hayu and ...
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Sweet Royal Wedding Update: Guess How Much a Piece of ...

E! Online-Nov. 14, 2013
Looks like some people will still be digesting the royal wedding for years to come. A piece of the grand wedding cake served on the occasion of Prince William ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

The words of our language, especially the most significant, at the same time and
Express, hide referred to their reality as they live,
loaded fatal parasitic connotations. Christians
borrowed from Greek philosophy, the word "contemplation" to refer to quite
not the fact that it refers to the Greek philosophers. And I think that the word
"Holiness" (saintet ) was also loaded in its past random
connotations that may mislead. First of all, in the pre-Christian
society, it meant "sacred" (x ) or "special, separated"
(s par ) and was used to describe a particular ritual or priestly
functions in society. With Christianity, this concept is moved from the designation
a special public function, which was previously reserved for a certain
category of consecrated persons to the designation of purity of heart, otogibanashi from
evil and intimate devotion to God. Here occurred the change
enormous importance. However, the remnants of the old values continued to exist and
to appear from time to time in an unexpected way. So, in the age of Baroque
there was a common view that, because the monks have sworn a vow
perfection, the laity thus was intended to imperfection,
and they shied away from its debt, if it was intended to aspire to
greater heights than those on which they were providing his
salvation the prayers of the monks - especially through certain
pious contributions.