Thursday, November 28, 2019

Story image for lavish wedding from New York Times (blog)

For a King of Night Life, a Sunny Bride

New York Times (blog)-Oct. 21, 2016
“Once we were engaged and had the kid, the wedding was a formality,” he said. ... The obsessive attention to detail carried over to a lavish after-party at Lavo, ...
Story image for lavish wedding from Refinery29

I Spent Less Than $6K On My Austin Wedding — Here's How

Refinery29-Dec. 20, 2016
Paying for a wedding is no easy task, and expenses can vary by tens of thousands, ... We got to have the lavish wedding we wanted and an extravagant ...
Story image for lavish wedding from Daily Mail

What to buy the billionaire who has everything! How Donald ...

Daily Mail-Nov. 14, 2016
How Donald Trump and ex Marla Maples' lavish 1993 Tiffany & Co wedding registry listed everything from a $530 crystal 'sail' sculpture to a $1,250 BOWL.
Story image for lavish wedding from Daily Mail

No street party? Salim Mehajer posts lonely photo with a cake ...

Daily Mail-Jun. 13, 2016
The lavish wedding first made headlines when outraged residents ... Brisby has recently spoken out about the lavish wedding and the rules Mr Mehajer broke to ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

You should also note that the term "influence" suggests a milder version of the effect. While the impact, apparently, suggests a strong, perhaps even uncompromising influence.
3rd party ¡ opposition. The counter implies action directed against another action.
And this is logical, since the action ¡this is always the effect or the impact to take someone else's place. Respectively, formed another action against the impact. Any object as a system first of all tries to keep itself, its stability and, ultimately, ¡existence. That is why it always resists any impact and especially impact.
We can say that opposition ¡is a variation of the term "impact", but stronger, and therefore reflects the stronger effect. The counter completes the long process of deploying actions when objects are on the line direct and immediate confrontation. First, they demonstrate by their actions their concept of action, then interact with each other and then oppose and counteract each other. This is the structure of an action, in our view.