Saturday, November 16, 2019

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'I wish any lady who takes this dress to have a life with her ...

Daily Mail-Jun. 10, 2015
Charity shop workers are searching for a pensioner who donated his wife's 1950s vintage wedding dress with a heart-wrenching handwritten note attached to it.
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Shop for a Wedding Dress Without Making Yourself Miserable ...

Glamour-Oct. 27, 2015
Wedding dress shopping can be a surprisingly miserable experience. You're not exactly sure what you want, your mom has a very specific style of wedding ...
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I Fell in Love With a Wedding Dress—but My Batsh-t Big Sister ...

Glamour-Sep. 28, 2015
Is it wrong of me to wear a wedding dress that looks like my sister's? Here are .... only then—maybe you could very sweetly ask your kid sister to keep shopping.
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Women have discovered a smart way to save a fortune on ...

Quartz-Dec. 3, 2015
Many brides end up spending more time and money on their wedding gowns than they ... Kate first attempted to shop for a wedding gown that way, visiting San ...


Pearl Necklace said...

Against the argument that the fauna
vertebrates paleozoiskikh period, consisting, as we know
the only of fishes, was less heterogeneous than the latest, enclosing
many genera of reptiles, birds and mammals - can
to argue, as above, that the Delta precipitation paleozoiskikh period, if
we could open any, would have shown, maybe other bits
vertebrates. But such an objection cannot be made against the argument that,
meanwhile, marine vertebrates paleozoiskikh period were
exclusively of cartilaginous fish marine vertebrates of later periods
encompass numerous genera of bony fish and that, consequently,
the latest marine vertebrate fauna is more heterogeneous than the oldest
known to us. Similarly, it is impossible to make such objections against
the fact that the tertiary formations contain remnants of much
numerous discharges and genera of mammals, rather than secondary formation.
If we wanted to settle for the best solution of the question, we could
to cite the opinion of Dr. carpenter, who says that "General facts
paleontology seems to claim the assumption that the same plan
it is possible to trace in the phenomena that can be called the total life of the earth
globe and in individual life of each of the forms of organized beings,
inhabit it now". Or we could cite as a strong opinion
Professor Oven, who believes that the earliest examples of each
group creations apart, much less removed from the common prototype, rather than
later; taken separately, they were less dissimilar to the main form,
overall the whole group, i.e. was less heterogeneous group of creatures. But
out of respect for the authority that we set very high and which is believed
that the evidence obtained hitherto, in any case not sufficient to
pronouncing a decisive verdict, we are ready to leave the issue unresolved
{Since this was written (in 1857), paleontologic discoveries,
especially in America, is finally shown in relation to known types
vertebrates, that higher types evolved from lower ones. Prof. Huxley, along with
others who are doing in their writings the above hint, allow
or, rather, protects the existence of biological progress and such
way, silently agrees with the emergence of more diverse organisms
and more diverse types of organic forms.}.

Pearl Necklace said...

It embraces not so much valid
progress, how many accompanying circumstances, not so much the essence
him as his shadow. Mental progress, we notice the child,
growing up to a Mature man, or in the wild, growing up to the philosopher,
commonly see in a greater number of facts known and laws understood; between
the actual progress consists in those internal modifications
expression which are increasing knowledge. Social progress
see the production of a larger number and greater variety of items
servants to meet human needs in a larger enclosure
identity and ownership, increasing freedom of action; whereas
properly understood, social progress consists in those changes
the structure of the social organism, which cause these effects.
Everyday notion of progress is a teleological concept. All phenomena
considered from the point of view of human happiness. Only those changes
were regarded as progress which directly or indirectly tend to rise
human happiness; and they are considered progress just because
contribute to this happiness. But to properly understand the progress we have
to explore the nature of these changes, viewing them regardless of our
For example, ceasing to look at successive geological changes
Land as such, which made it fit for human habitation, and
so to see them in a geological progress, we must try to determine
character, this changes the law which they are subject. As well
you need to do, and in all other cases. Leaving aside the side
the circumstances and consequences of beneficent progress, ask yourself what it is
such by itself.