Friday, November 22, 2019

Story image for royal wedding from HELLO! Canada

Katy Perry and John Mayer 'hold hands' at Allison Williams ...

HELLO! Canada-Sep. 21, 2015
They held hands and sat next to each other during the wedding ceremony.” The music stars were last said to be dating earlier this year, before calling time on ...
Story image for royal wedding from Belfast Telegraph

Diana's bridesmaid 'bitterly regrets' selling royal wedding dress

Belfast Telegraph-Aug. 17, 2015
Sarah-Jane Gaselee, the daughter of racehorse trainer Nick Gaselee who schooled the Prince of Wales as a jump jockey , was just 11 when she played a part in ...
Story image for royal wedding from BBC News

Swedish royal wedding: Prince Carl Philip marries Sofia ...

BBC News-Jun. 14, 2015
Sofia Hellqvist, 30, married 36-year-old Prince Carl Philip at a lavish ceremony in the chapel of Stockholm's Royal Palace. Thousands of well-wishers lined the ...
Story image for royal wedding from BuzzFeed News

The Swedish Royal Wedding Was The Party Of The Year

BuzzFeed News-Jun. 13, 2015
Hej hej! It's royal wedding time, y'all. This is Sofia Hellqvist, she married Prince Carl Philip, Duke of Värmland, on June 13. Carl Philip is the Prince of Sweden ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

Two reasons for this: in-
the first of these problems, though not quite identical, are, according
the creature, also to many other disciplines (for example,
biology, genetics); but especially because the archaeological
the analysis discovers the historical a priori of the human Sciences, nor
any new form of mathematics, nor her sudden invasion
an area of human phenomena, but, on the contrary, some
the retreat of the mathesis, the expansion of its unified field and the release of
under linear order of the smallest possible differences such
empirical associations as the life, labor, language. In this sense
the emergence of humans and the establishment of the Humanities (even if only in
draft form) relates rather to some "demineralizata".
One could argue that the expansion of the knowledge covered in
the integrity as the mathesis, was not a retreat
mathematics -- for the simple reason that knowledge is never
were effective in mathematics (except in astronomy and
some areas of physics); conversely, the disintegration of the mathesis
opened nature and the entire field of empiricheskii to apply
mathematics, always limited and controlled, - is
the first success of mathematical physics, the first widespread use
the theory of probability does not start just when I had
to abandon the direct construction of the General science of incalculable
orders? Yes, it is impossible to deny that the rejection of the mathesis (at least
temporarily) allowed in some areas of knowledge to overcome the barrier
quality and to apply mathematical tools where they
has not yet been used. However if in physics the decomposition of the project
the mathesis meant the discovery of new applications of mathematics, in
other Sciences were different: biology, for example, arose out of science
about the quality of orderliness, as the analysis of the relationship between
bodies and functions as the study of structures and balances, their
education and development in the history of individuals and species.