Saturday, November 23, 2019

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Queen's Diamond Jubilee: How the monarchy got its mojo back 18, 2012
Once Upon a Time – well, in 2011, actually – a book called Knit Your Own Royal Wedding sold lots of copies. It had a beautiful bride (Catherine), a tender groom ...
Guess who's coming to lunch at Windsor Castle 16, 2012
Story image for royal wedding from Us Magazine

Kate Middleton, Prince William Take First London Carriage ...

Us Magazine-Jun. 5, 2012
But unlike their royal wedding procession on April 29, 2011, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, 29 and 30, were joined by a third wheel: Prince Harry!
Understated chic rules royal fashion parade 5, 2012
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Jane Powell to field questions at 'Royal Wedding'

Ct Post-Oct. 16, 2012
During her years as a contract player at MGM, Jane Powell was too busy at the hard work of making movies to see that she was in the middle of the "Golden ...
Story image for royal wedding from Cleveland News - Fox 8

Kate Middleton 'Upset' By Topless Pics

Cleveland News - Fox 8-Sep. 14, 2012
“Their Royal Highnesses had every expectation of privacy in the remote house. It is unthinkable that anyone should take such photographs, let alone publish ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

In conclusion, I would like to note a phenomenon that emerged in the
the last century, which could be described as imperialist
the invasion of art in the domain of morality, in other words, in the human
life. I have already talked about the distinction must be made between
the creative I and the Ego, having its center in itself, as well as awareness
itself leads to danger for the artist to slip from one level to another.
Russo 19 and romance was the forerunner of this event. But
only the school of "Art for Art" brought it to full expression. In
force strange dialectic principle according to which only art
the value of significant, made this value (and related poetic
the creative and poetic act) not to dwell behind the walls of the tower of the elephant
bones "Art for Art", but instead to distribute power in
all human life and to usurp the function of enveloping fate
of mankind. In the romantic era of Byron, Goethe, Hugo acted as
heroes "is greater - in the words of M. Blackmoor than any hero
their creations".