Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Story image for royal wedding from HELLO! Canada

Princess Diana's wedding dress designer would put Pippa ...

HELLO! Canada-Aug. 1, 2016
David Emanuel co-designed one of the most iconic wedding dresses of all time, Princess Diana's, and now the designer has shared his thoughts on the type of ...
Story image for royal wedding from StyleCaster

You Missed One Chic-as-Hell Royal Wedding over the Weekend

StyleCaster-May 31, 2016
While you were busy drinking rosé over the weekend, you missed a chic-as-hell royal wedding in Spain where the bride, a descendant of Queen Victoria, paired ...
Royal Lesson In Wedding Guest Wardrobes (blog)-May 30, 2016
Story image for royal wedding from InStyle

This European Princess Just Had the Castle Wedding of Your ...

InStyle-Jun. 20, 2016
Another weekend, another royal wedding across the Atlantic that's giving us all the bridal envy. The lucky couple are Belgium's Princess Alex de Ligne and ...
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Former US President George Bush's daughter offers Harry ... 10, 2016
PRINCE Harry has been offered the chance of marrying into the Bush political dynasty by the daughter of former US President George W Bush during a US ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

This cut -- this metaphysics, as
Adam Smith, <$F A. Smith. Loc.cit., p.410.>, --
found in the discourse by the presence
adjectives denoting the representation of all that is not
can exist independently. Thus, the first
the articulation of language (if we leave aside the verb to be,
being as the condition of discourse as part of it)
built according to two orthogonal axes: the first one is
from the single individual to the universal, and the second-from substance
quality. The intersection of these axes is the name
common noun; at one extreme -- a proper name, and on the other
-- adjective.
However, these two types of representations are distinguished only in
the extent to which performance is analyzed on the same
model. As the authors of port-Royal, the words "designating
things are called nouns, such as
the earth, the sun. Words denoting the images of actions and
pointing at the same time and on the subject, which they
correspond, are called adjectives, such as,
for example, good, fair, round"