Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Story image for wedding dress shopping from People Magazine

Kim Kardashian's Wedding Registry Revealed!

People Magazine-Jun. 15, 2011
The reality star, known for her stylish, sophisticated taste, is already registered at Gearys, Beverly Hills's one-stop luxury shop, and home store Williams-Sonoma.
Story image for wedding dress shopping from Daily Mail

A match for her girls... Carole Middleton, the mother of the bride

Daily Mail-Apr. 6, 2011
... some way to explaining why Carole Middleton has started to dress like her children. ... On Monday they spent several hours browsing high-end designer stores, ... Pippa, who will be Kate's chief bridesmaid, also visited the flower stand on ...
Story image for wedding dress shopping from People Magazine

Brooke Burke: How I Kept My Wedding a Secret

People Magazine-Aug. 24, 2011
For the occasion, the bride wore diamond Jimmy Choos and a Mark Zunino wedding dress, which Charvet brought to the sailboat in the middle of the night to ...
Story image for wedding dress shopping from Daily Mail

Diana's 'back-up' wedding dress and shoes sell for £84000 at ...

Daily Mail-Dec. 1, 2011
An exact replica wedding dress and slippers made for Princess Diana in case ... for her lavish bridal gown and was made by the same designer, David Emanuel.


Pearl Necklace said...

"We finished the block of questions about Your interests in the field of cinema. Now, let's talk about other issues. Perhaps it so happens that You cannot go to rest with your family: it does not leave, then no money, then suddenly there are still some difficulties when summer comes. And every time you have to solve these problems in different ways.
This proposal is built is quite long and lengthy. It is made specifically to the Respondent had sufficient information and time to engage in a new topic.

Pearl Necklace said...

The auxiliary phrase is played in the questionnaire a major role, often the same as the subsidiary questions. The first advantage is that by using them we remove the monotony arising from these issues. No matter how diverse the questions, but just answer them bored.
Auxiliary sentences perform different functions in the questionnaire. They serve to shift the attention of Respondent to a new set of questions: "And now we move on to other issues. Let's talk a little about Your interests in the field of cinema". Without the subsidiary, introductory phrases the transition can be sharp and funny. Sometimes these introductory sentences are called binders.
Auxiliary clauses are used and how divisive, to neutralize the influence of one cluster to another, or one issue to another. As already mentioned, this frequently used auxiliary questions, but sometimes it is better to use a declarative sentence: