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Officiants announced for Swedish royal wedding

The 7, 2015
In a statement published on the Royal Court website, it was announced that the royal wedding will be officiated by the King's chaplain Lars-Göran Lönnermark ...
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Royal Wedding #tbt: How Queen Elizabeth's Real-Life ...

Glamour-Aug. 20, 2015
Here's how she stacked up against the real royal deal. Here's Princess Elizabeth, nailing that whole "blushing bride" bit. Her duchesse satin wedding dress was ...
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From the archive, 7 May 1960: Dimbleby, master conductor of ...

The Guardian-May 6, 2015
From the archive, 7 May 1960: Dimbleby, master conductor of royal wedding on ... Princess Margaret's wedding, miraculously filling gaps and ad libbing freely.
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Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex to attend Swedish royal ... 1, 2015
Apart from Edward and Sophie, other European royals who are set to attend the upcoming Swedish wedding are Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

I talked about the Buffon, of Cuvier, of Ricardo and
etc. and allow those names to operate in some very difficult
ambiguous way. So legally could be
formulated two sorts of objections - which is what happened. On the one hand,
I said, You do not describe how to either Buffon or the totality of its
works as well as what You say about Marx, to the ridiculous
not enough in relation to the thoughts of Marx. These objections were, of course,
justified; but I don't think they were quite appropriate in relation to
what I had done, because the problem for me was not to
to describing Buffon or Marx, and not to recover what they
said or wanted to say - I was just trying to find the rules by which they
produced a number of concepts or theoretical ensembles that can
found in their texts. Was raised another objection: You produce -
told me - a monstrous family, You bring the names of such
the opposite, as the names of Buffon and Linnaeus, Cuvier put You near
Darwin - and all this despite the obvious play of natural kindred
links and commonalities. And here again, I would not say that the objection is
it seems to me appropriate, because I've never tried to create a family
the table of spiritual individualities, I didn't want to form the intellectual
daguerreotype of a scientist or naturalist of the SEVENTEENTH or EIGHTEENTH centuries; I didn't want
to form any of a family: neither Holy, nor vicious; I was just looking for -
that is a much more modest affair - functioning conditions
specific discursive practices. Why was then - you tell me -
to use the Words and things the names of the authors? It was necessary or not to use
none of them, or tell the way You do it.