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Royal wedding: David Cameron tells councils to stop spoiling ... 10, 2011
The response to the royal wedding has been mixed, with some areas trying to replicate the fervour that surrounded the Prince of Wales's wedding in 1981 and ...
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Londonist-Apr. 10, 2011
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The road to Scotland's first royal wedding in 20 years

BBC News-Mar. 9, 2011
There hasn't been a royal wedding in Scotland for nearly 20 years. The last was Princess Anne's marriage to Timothy Laurence at Crathie Kirk, near Balmoral in ...
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Princess Margaret in her nightie, sweets from the Queen of ...

Daily Mail-Jan. 8, 2011
As the weeks wore on, the frenzy over the royal wedding grew. The government named the date a public holiday. People prepared to celebrate with parties.
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"Now Know Ye..." - Queen consents to royal wedding

Reuters-Apr. 21, 2011
LONDON (Reuters) - The Queen has given her formal consent to the marriage of grandson Prince William and Kate Middleton in the form of a historic hand ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

New grammar in diachronic nature --
Yes, it would be different, since its positivity
is established only by the gap between language and
performance. The internal organization of languages accepted or
reject or the conditions of its functioning can be
now caught only in the form of words; but the form shows
its own internal laws, only being correlated with the
prior to their States, with the changes in it
happened, with variations that remained unfulfilled.
Just taking the language from what it represents, for the first time managed
to identify its own laws, and it was a recognition that
catch them only in history. As you know, to give up
from these diachronic aspirations of Philology, Assure had
to restore the relationship between language and presentation in your project
the "symptomatology", which, as the once universal grammar,
define the sign as the connection between the two ideas. Thus,
the same archaeological event was manifested in the natural
history and language in different ways. Only when the signs of living beings
or the grammar rules separated from the laws of analysing
himself performance, it became possible to speak about
the historicity of life and language.