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Story image for royal wedding from Vanity Fair

Kate's Thigh-High Slit Dress, Vampy Nail Polish, and Bare ...

Vanity Fair-May 8, 2012
In a twice-weekly report on London's regal rumpus,'s Royal Watch plucks ... In other royal-fashion news, Princess Beatrice's royal wedding hat may not ...

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Princess Stephanie enchants the world with her regal ... 22, 2012
There's nothing more magical than a royal wedding. And Princess Stephanie of Luxembourg looked every part the enchanting bride as she walked down the ...

Story image for royal wedding from BU Today

Fit for a Queen

BU Today-Jun. 3, 2012
Her house was crammed with commemorative plates and mugs from every royal wedding, birth, and jubilee celebration in recent memory. Her commitment to ...
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Celebrations to culminate in magnificent state procession and ... 22, 2012
In scenes reminiscent of last year's Royal Wedding, the Diamond Jubilee celebrations will culminate in a spectacular state procession and flypast over ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

The fate of Prince Eugene Trubetskoy influence and the fact that it was
the time of opening of Russian icons. Three articles by E. Trubetskoy: SPECULATION IN PAINTS
(1915), TWO worlds IN old Russian icon painting (1916) and RUSSIA IN ITS ICON (1918)
came out after the author's death in 1921. E. Trubetskoy was a Professor
the philosophy of law in Kiev and Moscow, after the revolution, opposed
the Bolsheviks, he died in 1920 in Novorossiysk. One of his main works
PHILOSOPHY OF VL.SOLOVYOV was published in 1912.
Opening of the icon-is opening another semiotic language. These
and different works of E. Trubetskoy from, say, contemporary
studies of painting. For thought E. Trubetskoy characteristic gap
in time with the time of the creation of the icon, and because it -- the opening as
there is currently the reconstruction of deciphering the underlying meanings that
you cannot read the first time. In 1918, E. Trubetskoywrites:
"Naturally, the reader will find in them the echo of the catastrophic events,
experienced by Russia in recent years.