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Story image for wedding dress shopping from ITN

Here comes the a wedding dress made from toilet ...

ITN-Jun. 7, 2013
wedding dress made from toilet paper has won a competition in New York. A hairdresser from South Carolina has made one fit to 'roll' down the aisle (not the ...
Story image for wedding dress shopping from CTV News

Sneak peek of Princess Diana's wedding dress ahead of ...

CTV News-Feb. 6, 2013
Princess Diana's wedding dress and train is shown during a preview of the exhibition Diana: A Celebration at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia, ...
Story image for wedding dress shopping from CNN

wedding etiquette dilemmas solved

CNN-Jul. 19, 2013
Randy Fenoli: Star of TLC's "Say Yes to the Dress," "Big Bliss," "Randy .... You may still wish to invite her to come shopping for the wedding gown with you.
Story image for wedding dress shopping from Salon

Inside America's wedding-dress obsession

Salon-Oct. 5, 2013
Julie is the manager and primary dress consultant at Bridal Trousseau on Main, ... Her shop is divided into four galleries, each of which has a couch and a mirror ...

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Philosophers could so easily share something that is a reality and something that is conceivable as a synonym for perfect that these two phenomena are acquired hammered and finished form of the relation of existence and consciousness.
Philosophers understand the real as something that is known and proven. In this sense, it is (real) fully corresponds to the concept of "fact". Conceivable is something that may be incorrect and contrary to known and proven knowledge. And then it cannot be a fact.