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Story image for royal wedding from CBS News

Royal wedding carriage for Prince William, Kate Middleton ...

CBS News-Mar. 22, 2011
Royal wedding carriage for Prince William, Kate Middleton revealed ... in the same open-top coach that carried Princess Diana on her wedding day in 1981.
Story image for royal wedding from New York Times

Royal Wedding? She's Been There

New York Times-Apr. 1, 2011
Ms. Hicks, one of Diana's five bridesmaids and a goddaughter to Prince Charles, has gradually emerged, with no apologies, in the role of royal-wedding expert.
Story image for royal wedding from Daily Beast

Zara Phillips' Royal Wedding: Queen's Granddaughter Marries ...

Daily Beast-Jul. 29, 2011
The queen will be sitting at the front, and there will be plenty of royals elsewhere in the church. One of the happy pair at the altar will have royal blood in her ...
Zara Phillips wedding: a relaxed and modern affair 30, 2011

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

theoretically drawn attention to the poetic word. It
the attention has led to the emergence of the term poetic languagein
the opposition to the practical, everyday, mundane.
Here is the distinction, made first by
A. L. Yakubinsky:
"The semantic side of the word (meaning) plays in practical
language a greater role than sound (which is understandable); therefore, different
the details of the pronunciation of the reach of consciousness, mainly, so far
as they serve to distinguish words in meaning" (Collections on the theory
the poetic language. -- PG., 1916. -- Vol.1. P. 16-17).
"In the language of poetry is not the case; it can be argued that the sound
speech in poetic language POPs up in bright field of consciousness and attention
focus on them;
in this respect, an important introspection poets who find themselves
proved by some theoretical considerations" (Ibid.C.
"The phenomenon of "exposure" the word is very common, and probably every
watched it on himself" (ibid.P.23).
"It is clear that the emotion caused by sounds should not leak in
the opposite direction to the emotions caused by the "content" of the poem
(and Vice versa), and, if so, the "content" of the poem and its sound
composition are in emotional dependence on one another" (ibid.
Interesting the statement of V.B. Shklovsky on abstruse language as a
today's reality: "Abstruse language" exists "not only clean your
form, that is how some meaningless words, but mainly in
a latent state, as there was a rhyme in the ancient verse, alive, but
not conscious" (ibid.P.9).
V. B. Shklovsky the result comes to the following conclusion:
"abstruse sukorejo wants to be a language.