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Princess Beatrice royal wedding hat to be auctioned on eBay ... 12, 2011
In the interview, broadcast in the US yesterday, Sarah admitted she found it "so difficult" not to have been invited to the royal wedding on April 29. Sarah, who ...
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Royal Wedding: Great Hats of Great Britain

ABC News-Apr. 21, 2011
The royal wedding will be a sort of fashion show for hats. "A royal wedding happens like this only every 30 years," Treacy said. "So [it] is the ultimate hat moment.
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Royal wedding: Kate Middleton created her own dress, admits ... 4, 2011
Since Kate Middleton entered Westminster Abbey last Friday, her wedding dress ... daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie at the royal wedding.
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In-Depth-New York Times-May 4, 2011

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

This assumes
first of all, what languages are grouped in a discontinuous conjunction.
General grammar excluded comparison in so far as it
anticipated in all possible languages the two types of relationship: one
vertical, let them dispose of all the roots of the composition
the most ancient roots, which by some
transformations relate every language with the original voice
acts, the other, horizontal, languages relate to each other in
the universality of representation: all they had to analyze,
divide and re-unite performances, mainly
identical to all humanity. Thus, to compare
languages was possible only indirectly, as though in a roundabout way, it is possible
to analyze the way in which two different languages dismember
and bind the same view. And only since the Grimm
and BOPP has made possible the direct and lateral comparison of two or more
languages. A direct comparison since there is no need
affect clean performance or extremely original roots;
it is sufficient to investigate the changes of the root system of inflections, the series of
endings. However-the comparison side, which is not
ascend nor common to all languages items, no stock
ideas from which they derive; hence, no
need to correlate the language with the form and the principles
which make it possible for others; we need to group them on
the basis of their formal proximity: "the resemblance is not only found
in many common roots, but extends also to internal
the structure of languages in their grammar"<$FFr. Schlegel. Essai sur la
langue et la philosophie des Indiens, p. 11.>.
Grammatical structures that you can now compare
with each other directly, find two distinctive
characteristic. First of all, they exist only in the form of systems. So,
in monosyllabic roots it is possible a certain number of inflections;
impact forces of endings can have consequences, the number and
which predopredelili in advance; the methods of affixation
meet several highly sustainable. On the contrary, in
languages with polysyllabic roots, all changes and connections
are subject to other laws.