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Serbia Prepares for First Royal Wedding in Decades

Balkan Insight-Oct. 21, 2016
The Serbian royal family is inviting guests from home and abroad – reportedly including British royalty – to attend the 'traditional Serbian' wedding this month of ...
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Royal Wedding: Wadiyar scion Yaduveer to tie the knot with ...

Daily News & Analysis-Apr. 25, 2016
He got engaged to Trishika Kumari, who hails from the Dungarpur royal family in Rajasthan this year. Now, the royal wedding is set to take place on June 27.
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The Queen's speech in full: 'We can do small things with great ...

The Guardian-Dec. 25, 2016
Read a full transcript of Queen Elizabeth II's traditional Christmas Day address to the UK on 25 December 2016. Queen Elizabeth II. Sun 25 Dec 2016 10.10 EST ...
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Revealed: How Kensington Palace aides hid nameplate on ...

Daily Mail-Apr. 25, 2016
There was also a picture of akin to the Duke of Cambridge's in-laws, Carole and Michael Middleton, attending the 2011 Royal Wedding. Kate's mother Carole ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

"Let us get straight to the offer, a significant object
grammar" <$F U. Domergue. Grammaire generale analytique,
p.34.>. Here all the functions of language are reduced to three necessary for
education elements: subject, definition and
their relationship. In addition, the subject and the definition -- one
nature, as the proposal claims that one identical
another or belong to him; so under certain conditions
it is possible to exchange their functions. The only but crucial difference
is the irreversibility of the verb. "In any proposal --
Hobbes says, - you need
consider three points, namely both subject and
the predicate, and binding or copula. Both the name excite in the mind
the idea of the same thing, and ligament leads to the idea of reason,
through which these names were in this thing," <$F
Hobbes. Logique, loc.cit., p.620.>. The verb is
a necessary condition for all speech, and where it is not
there are at least covertly, it is impossible to speak o
the presence of language. All the nominal sentences are characterized by
the invisible presence of a verb, and Adam Smith, <$F Adam Smith.
Considerations sur l'origine et la formation des
langues,p.421.> believes that in its original form
the language consisted only of impersonal verbs like: il pleut (is
rain) or il tonne (thunder rumbling), and that this verbal
core separated all other parts of speech as derived and
secondary clarification. The beginning of language must be sought, where there is