Thursday, November 28, 2019

Story image for lavish wedding from Elite Daily

Mila Kunis Reveals How Much She And Ashton Kutcher Spent ...

Elite Daily-Jul. 28, 2016
Mila Kunis Reveals How Much She And Ashton Kutcher Spent On Wedding Rings ... paid for their wedding bands with spare cash found in their sofa cushions.
Story image for lavish wedding from Emirates Woman

This Dhs270 Million Bash Might Be The World's Most ...

Emirates Woman-Nov. 17, 2016
Many of us will have likely been to some pretty swanky ones, but one insanely lavish wedding this week in India is outdoing them all. This wedding cost Dhs270 ...
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Newly weds Urmila Matondkar & Mohsin Akhtar Mir to have ... 4, 2016
Their lavish wedding ceremony took place at Urmila's Bandra residence in Mumbai. The couple decided to have a traditional Hindu ceremony including pheras ...
Story image for lavish wedding from People Magazine

PHOTOS: Go Inside NE-YO and Crystal Renay's Lavish LA ...

People Magazine-Feb. 26, 2016
PHOTOS: Go Inside NE-YO and Crystal Renay's Lavish L.A. Wedding ... The bride, who chose to wear a Jean-Ralph Thurin wedding gown, rode up to the ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

But the exchange, in turn, creates value,
moreover, in two ways. On the one hand, it makes a useful
things that without it would have a weak or usefulness would be
deprived of it altogether: what can cost for the hungry or naked people
diamond? But enough that in the world there was but one woman,
wanting like and trade that can deliver the diamond
in her hands that the stone was "for the owner who needs no
in it, the indirect wealth... the Value of this object
for it is exchange value," and
he can bring their own food, selling what is only
to glitter: hence the importance of luxury<$FH u m e. De la circulation
monetaire (CEuvres economique, p. 41).>; hence the fact that
the point of view of wealth, there is no difference between need, comfort
and decoration under the need to understand "the need,
usefulness, flavor and decoration" (Essai analytique sur la richesse,
p. 24).>. On the other hand, exchange gives rise to a new type of value
which is "evaluate": between the utilities exchange
organizes a reciprocal relation that duplicates the attitude
simple needs and above all its changes: the fact that
in assessing, therefore, in terms of comparison of each value
with all the slightest the creation of a new utility reduces
the relative price of existing utilities. The set
wealth is not increasing, despite the emergence of new objects
able to meet the needs; all production creates
only the "new order of values relative to the weight of the wealth; in
first objects would decrease in value for
in order to give place to the mass of the wealth of new value objects
convenience or decoration"<$FG r a s l i n. Op., cit., p. 36.>.
Consequently, the exchange -- is something that increases the cost
(creating a new utility, which, at least indirectly,
satisfy needs); but the exchange -- it is also what
reduces cost (one against the other in the assessment that
give every). By sharing useless becomes useful
and -- in the same proportion-more useful it becomes less
useful. Such constitutive role of the exchange in the game of value: he
gives the price of any item and reduces the price of each.